Rashmika Mandanna Dreams of Bollywood's Finest
In the wake of the blockbuster success of "Animal," which grossed over Rs 900 crore worldwide, Rashmika Mandanna is set on a new cinematic journey. The Sandeep Reddy Vanga-directed film, starring Ranbir Kapoor and Anil Kapoor, received mixed reviews, but Rashmika's performance garnered immense love and appreciation.
In a recent video, the "Mission Majnu" actress shared her desire to work with Bollywood icons Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, and Hrithik Roshan. The list doesn't end there, as she also expressed her wish to collaborate with Jr NTR and Ram Charan.
Acknowledging the iconic status of these actors, Rashmika emphasized her admiration for their work and the public's love they have received over the years. Eager to explore new on-screen chemistry, she aims to join the league of stalwarts in the Indian film industry.
Fans are buzzing with excitement over Rashmika's revelations, speculating on potential on-screen pairings. Industry insiders suggest that Bollywood filmmakers may soon extend offers to the talented actress in line with her aspirations.
Rashmika, who made her debut in Kannada cinema in 2016 with "Kirik Party" and entered Tollywood with "Chalo" in 2018, marked her Bollywood debut in 2022 with "Good Bye." Her recent Hindi release, "Animal," opposite Ranbir Kapoor, became the highest-grossing A-rated Indian movie of all time.
Despite some criticism from certain quarters, "Animal" emerged as the third-highest-grossing Indian movie of 2023 and the fifth-highest-grossing Hindi film. All eyes are now on her upcoming release, "Pushpa 2: The Rule," starring Allu Arjun, scheduled for August 15, 2024. In a recent interview, Rashmika expressed confidence that "Pushpa 2" would surpass its predecessor, teasing fans with insights into a grand-scale production and a creatively crafted song.
As the anticipation for "Pushpa 2" builds, Rashmika Mandanna's journey in Indian cinema continues to capture the imagination of movie lovers across the country.Maldivian President Extends Congratulations to India on Republic Day Amid Strained Relations
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