Rashmika comes down heavily on trolls

Sandalwood and Tollywood sensation Rashmika Mandanna, who is making her Kollywood debut opposite Karthi in Sulthan, has slammed those trolling her on social media.

The beautiful actress has been a soft target for trollers ever since her engagement with Kannada actor Rakshit Shetty was called off. She has now sharply responded to trolls.

“I don’t know what you guys get out of doing this to us actors. Is it because we are the soft targets for you? The public figure doesn’t mean you can target us ruthlessly. A lot of you keep saying- ignore the bad comments or trolls and I generally do,” she said in a post.

She said further: “Say anything you want about our work- you have the right but no one has any right to say anything about our families or our personal lives. No actor deserves this crap. Because let me tell you this, being an actor is not easy.”

“Each and every profession deserves the utmost respect. I think people should first start respecting one another.Congratulations whoever did this. You’ve managed to hurt me, didn’t think of you were capable of doing that but what’s to follow is on you,” she added.

Rashmika Mandanna is an Indian actress who appears predominantly in Kannada and Telugu films. She starred in the most commercially successful 2016 film Kirik Party. She is popularly dubbed by the media and Kannada film industry as the Karnataka Crush.

Bangalore Times placed her first place in the list of ’30 Most Desirable Woman of 2017′. She is one among very few actresses to enter Tollywood ₹100 crore club in a short span. Also she is one of the highest paid actresses in Tollywood cinema industry.

Rashmika made her Telugu debut with romantic drama Chalo in 2018, the film went on to become a super hit at box office. In the same year, she starred in the romcom film Geetha Govindam, which has become one of the all-time highest profit earners in the history of Telugu cinema, which earned her huge recognition. Her third Telugu venture was multistarer big budget film titled Devadas, which turned out to be an average hit at Indian box office.

It marked her third consecutive hit film in the same year in Telugu film industry after achieving a first hat trick-hit in Kannada film industry, established herself as one of the leading actresses of Telugu cinema.