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Sangati Jogwar

News Highlights

  • Rashmika Mandanna recently shared cute clicks with her doggie aura.

  • She can be seen kissing and cuddling her new pet indicating that aura has won her heart in a very short time.

  • The actress has been spreading positivity and hope through her social media posts amid lockdown.

Rashmika Mandanna is one of the most followed South Indian stars and fans are just eager to get updates on her whereabouts, relationships, and new movies. And Rashoo also rewards them time and again with some beautiful clicks and videos that give her fans a sneak peek into her life.

Almost a week ago, the Dear Comrade actress shared a couple of clicks with her doggie Aura in which she can be seen cuddling and hugging her cute pet.

The heart crush of India wrote, “Hey guys.. in the mids of all the chaos out there.. I found my bundle of joy.. which kept me sane the whole time.. Introducing you to my lil one - Aura! They say you can fall in love with someone in 3 seconds.. But she melted my heart in 0.3 millisecond I think.. 😄 anyway just wanted to keep you updated! Love and strength to you!”


It seems that the doggie has won the heart of Rashmika Mandanna in a very short time because a day ago she shared a few more clicks with her pet carefully carrying her and kissing her on the head.

Work-wise, Sulthan was the last released movie of Rashmika Mandanna. She will be next seen in Pushpa opposite Allu Arjun. She has already wrapped up the first schedule of shooting for her Bollywood debut movie Mission Majnu with Sidharth Malhotra and will also work alongside Amitabh Bachchan in Goodbye.

The actress has been spreading a lot of positivity during the lockdown through her post. Her recent message says, “Something a friend of mine told me.. and I think I need to tell you all too.. Spend your time on something that gives you either pleasure (happiness- something that makes you smile and feel happy) or money or knowledge.. nothing else! Period!”

She also launched “Spreading Hopes,” an initiative that celebrates the good works of Samaritans across India. These are the people who went out of their way to help people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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