Rashmika Mandanna has revealed what people think about gossiping about her personal life.
Since making her film debut at the age of 20, Rashmika has had to learn how to stay in the spotlight. However, as time went on, she realized there was a downside to that as well.
Talking about negative things on social media, she comes up more often than you think.
Rashmika explains: We make movies to entertain people. That’s the main reason we entered the creative field.
“It all depends on how the audience perceives your work.
“At the same time, people are watching us everywhere and people love us for who we are, so it’s more than that.
“That’s the beauty of our generation.
“You make a good movie and people praise you. If you make a not so good movie, people say what have you done? Hmm, it’s a journey.”
Rashmika has previously spoken about how the intense scrutiny has affected her mental health.
“It comes with the job.
“Back then, if people wanted to see the stars, they went to the theater instead of their home. And now, it’s part of the scene today, so it’s not like this aspect can be ignored.
“We can’t put it aside. We have no choice but to accept it and move on.”
Rashmika Mandanna will make her Bollywood debut in 2022.
Four releases in three languages are planned for 2023. Valais, Mission Majnu, animal When Pushpa 2: Rules.
However, her personal life is of great interest.
As to whether it bothers her, Rashmika Mandanna said:
“We all became actors to get attention, so you can’t say, ‘Just talk about what we do.'”
“People’s perspective. We are public figures. We can’t control what you think of us. We can’t control your mind.”
“But at the same time, it’s the love and curiosity that surrounds you that keeps you going.
“If people weren’t interested in you, no one would talk about you. People will talk because you’re approachable today.”
“So whether it’s positive or negative, after all, at least you talked about me.”