South actress Rashmika Mandana is going to debut in Bollywood. The film campaign is going on. And in this campaign, this actress, who is known as India’s ‘national crush’, shared a bitter experience of her life. He said that in 2019, the actress was mentally broken by people’s criticism for a kiss scene in the film. He would sleep crying at night and would wake up crying many times.
The film ‘Dear Comrade’ was released in 2019. Rashmika acted opposite Vijay Devarakonda in it. This is Vijay-Rashmika’s second film. The film did well at the box office. Their pair is appreciated. But there is criticism about Vijay-Rashmika’s kiss scene on screen. Some have complained on social media that Rashmika is doing these things to stay in practice. He was mentally disturbed in the face of people’s sarcasm.
However, he did not share this with his family. He didn’t want to drag people close to him into it. He said that it was very difficult for him to hide the whole matter from his family. They are not used to it. Seeing the girl in this condition will break their hearts. So he did not tell them anything.
Highlighting the situation at that time, Rashmika said that this was going on for many days. He had a very bad time then. Every night he had nightmares of everyone turning their backs on him. Sometimes he fell asleep crying again. Many times he woke up with tears in his eyes. He is crying.
Last year, Rashmika came into the discussion with ‘Pushpa: The Rise’. Now he is stepping into Bollywood. His first Hindi film ‘Goodbye’ is releasing on October 7. It stars Amitabh Bachchan, Neena Gupta, Pavel Gulati and others. Apart from this, the actress will be seen in the movies ‘Mission Majnu’, ‘Animal’, ‘Pushpa: The Rule’.