Since making her film debut in Kirik Party at the age of 20, Rashmika Mandanna has had to learn how to stay in the spotlight. An actor’s life in India spends most of his time getting used to the fame and attention that comes with it. But over time, Rashmika realized there was a downside to that too.In a freewheeling chat with Hindustan Times, the actor discusses how he deals with trolls and how people talk about their lives. Explain why you don’t care. (Also read | On Rashmika Mandanna being ‘hated’: ‘People talk about us as actors, but you can’t expect them to only like you’)
Rashmika talks about the negative comments on social media that come to her more often than she would like. We make movies to entertain people. That’s the main reason we entered the creative field. As you say, it depends on how the audience perceives your work. At the same time, people everywhere are watching us and loving 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 applaud you. What did people do to you if you made a movie that wasn’t so good? Our lives don’t stop at one of her movies. it’s a journey. ”
In the past, she has spoken about how this intense scrutiny of her life and career has affected her mental health. Rashmika says: that’s all i can say. Ten years ago there was not such a large amount of paparazzi and social media for her. In those days, if people wanted to see the stars, they would go to the theater instead of their home. And now that it is part of today’s scene, this aspect cannot be ignored. We just have to accept it and move forward.”
Rashmika has three releases in 2022. This includes his Bollywood debut and huge success with Sita Ramam. Going one step further in 2023, he will have four releases in three languages: Varisu, Mission Majnu, Animal and Pushpa 2: The Rule. But if you google her name, gossip about her personal life could be top news about her. Does it bother her? “We all became actors to get attention, so you can’t say, ‘Just talk about our work,'” Rashmika said, adding, “It’s the people’s point of view. We’re public figures. We can’t control what you think of us, we can’t control your heart, but at the same time, what keeps you going is the love and curiosity that surrounds you. If people aren’t interested in you, no one will talk about you.People will talk because you’re approachable today.So whether it’s positive or negative. , after all, at least you told me about me.”
Rashmika has two big releases planned for January 2023. Varisu opposite Vijay, which hits theaters on January 12th, and Mission Majnu across from Sidharth Malhotra, which hits Netflix on January 23rd.