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Sangati Jogwar

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  • Rashmika Mandanna reached the milestone of 20 M followers on Instagram recently.
  • The Southern diva celebrated this achievement by sharing a hot picture of her.

Rashmika Mandanna recently became the most followed Southern actress on Instagram as she crossed the milestone of 20 M followers. Surprisingly, other South Indian actresses like Samantha Akkineni and Pooja Hegde are much behind this young diva who ventured into the film industry just 5 years ago.

As expected, it was a moment of rejoicing for both Rashoo and her fans, and to treat them all Rashmika Mandanna shared a hot picture of her on her microblogging page. The Geetha Govindam actress looked stunning in an off-shoulder, ochre yellow dress revealing a decent amount of cleavage. Her beautiful hair flowing freely on her shoulders and enveloping her face completed the look.

Fans were overjoyed with this new click and the actress received heaps of praises for her hot look. Celebrities and actresses like Keerthy Suresh and Elli AvrRam also responded to this post. While the Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon actress called Rashoo very pretty, Keerthy Suresh hailed her as Rockstar.

Rashmika acknowledged the love of her fans by sharing a special post saying that smiles have become bigger as the family has become bigger. Undoubtedly, Rashmika is one of the hottest stars of the South Indian movie industry today and more importantly, she has the right balance of intelligence as well as beauty to attract young minds.

While updates on her movies and events keep coming on her Instagram, off late, she has been happier sharing pictures of her pet Aura who seems to be her round-the-clock companion. Be it the airport, or relaxing during the weekend, Aura has been regularly spotted with Rashmika Mandanna wherever she goes.

The actress will be next seen in Pushpa: The Rise with Allu Arjun which is scheduled for release on Christmas this year. It is one of the most hyped movies in the South slated to have a pan India release in multiple languages.

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