The controversies sparked by Rashmika Mandanna

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Rashmika Mandanna, the actress who also known as "National Crush," has swiftly risen to the top of the Indian acting world by acting in blockbuster productions in all industries. She has surprisingly been a part in a lot of controversies in addition to being well-known.

Her latest comments about South Indian movies are a prime illustration of how her interviews are causing quite a stir online.

Rashmika Mandanna, who made her acting debut in Rakshit Shetty's "Kirik Party," fell in love with the star but ended their engagement just a few days later. Back then, this caused a stir in Sandalwood.

Bitter Beginnings

She achieved success in Tollywood with the movie ‘Chalo’ and later paired with Vijay Deverakonda in two films ‘Geetha Govindam’ and ‘Dear Comrade.’ 

Breakup Rumours

The rumours about Vijay and Rashimka’s dating have taken Tollywood by storm. People even claimed that Vijay is the reason for Rashmika breaking up with Rakshit.

Vijay and Rashmika have become close and have even taken several vacations together. Although none of them disclosed anything, the picture shared  by Vijay's brother Anand has proven that they are dating.

Love Affair with Vijay Deverakonda

Rashmika's fans got furious at her at the audio  release event of ‘Dear Comrade.’ She was criticised and retaliated against for disparaging them.

Badmouthing her fans

Rashmika was initially given an opportunity in Sandalwood by Rishab Shetty. She responded that she had not yet watched "Kantara," a new film by Rishab, when questioned about it in an interview. The audience at Sandalwood didn't take well to her remarks.

Kantara controversy

Finally, in response to the criticism she has received on social media, she states that she has watched Kantara and has offered Rishab and his crew her best wishes. She also noted that owing to her schedule, she was unable to watch it early.


In addition, Rashmika posted  a sentimental remark in response to the personal attacks she faced on social media.

Rashmika claimed during a press conference for her upcoming Hindi film "Mission Majnu" that Bollywood had become synonymous with romantic movies while the South only desired masala flicks.

Recent Bollywood controversy

Her remarks have gained a lot of traction on social media, making her the target of harsh criticism.

People are angry at Rashmika for not being grateful to Telugu and Kannada cinema.

Lack of gratitude?

Some individuals think Rashmika is consciously trying to stay in news, while others think the public is intentionally criticizing the actress.

What do the public feel about this?