South Diva Rashmika Mandanna is eagerly waiting for her films set to be released starting with Pushpa-The Rise.
She has been getting rave reviews about the movie's trailer, her performance and her transformation as a village belle.
Recently, during an interaction with a leading news portal, Rashmika opened about anxiety and fear of failure about which she had also posted a while back.
While opening about it, the actress said, “Everyone needs to keep fighting against something. Our insecurities mostly come with I want to do something but I don’t know if I’ll be able to because I’m too scared. We tend to overthink about our fears and obstacles but once we overcome them, it will appear very easy.”
On being questioned if she ever experienced these emotions and how she deal with them, Rashoo said that she would be lying if she says that she hasn't experienced it at all.
However, over the years, as you become confident and start trusting people around you and yourself, you will overcome the fear of failure, added Rashmika.
Apart from Pushpa, Rashmika is also gearing for her debut in Bollywood Industry with 'Mission Majnu' for which she is quite excited.
"It’s quite easy adapting to Bollywood. However it's always nerve-wracking when you’re entering a new set but once you break the ice, it’s always fun, ”said Rashmika.
The actress said she is truly blessed to be part of the Hindi industry and the fraternity has been showing love, which she hopes continues.
She also admitted that Bollywood requires actors to be visible even beyond the screen and paparazzi culture is also new to her.
"The pap culture and they wanting to see me and click me is really special," said Rashmika.
(Edited By Pradeep Singh)