After claiming that she had not seen Kantara, the biggest Kannada movie of the previous year, Rashmika Mandanna received a lot of backlash. Because of the actor's "apparent lack of gratitude" to actor-director Rishab Shetty, who gave her big break with the 2016 movie Kirik Party, many people have called for her to be expelled from the business. Kiccha Sudeep, a prominent Kannada actor, has now spoken out on the subject.
Kichcha Sudeep reacts to allegations on Rashmika Mandanna
Kichcha Sudeep responded to the criticism she received for her decision to respond by choosing not to watch Kantara. According to the actor Vikrant Rona, living the celebrity life is all about receiving garlands and stones.
In response to the question of whether Rashmika's statement was exaggerated, Sudeep stated, "It is what it is. How can the world be changed? If you look back 15 to 20 years, news stations were interviewing us, and everything was quite fresh. The only things present during Dr. Rajkumar Sir's time were newspapers and Doordarshan. "How then can you say that they were better simply because media is now more visible? It is incorrect to claim that everything is going wrong as a result of media news. We ought to develop the ability to manage it. Always move on, please. Additionally, as you become well-known, you will constantly receive garlands in addition to eggs, tomatoes, and stones."
Sudeep says one needs to be polish about how they speak
Sudeep said that one needs to know how to handle it if they want to be famous. “I believe that once we are aware that this is going to occur, we will all be more polished in our communication styles and ability to express what has to be said. You want to have a Facebook and Twitter account with a following of 2 or 10 million people, but you don't want this drawback. Really?"
Rashmika upcoming films
The actress has two projects lined up for the release including Mission Majnu with Sidharth Malhotra which will stream on Netflix and another one is Varisu alongside South’s biggest star Thalapathy Vijay.