Films like Baahubali and KGF are undoubtedly the turning points in the Indian film industry. The movies have not only broken the language barriers but also established a new craze for the pan-India movies. And, actress Rashmika Mandanna admits the same.
It may be Prabhas' Baahubali or Yash's KGF, such films have opened doors for both film makers and actors to take the plunge and break barriers in movie industries across the country. One such actor is Rashmika Mandanna who will soon be making her debut in Bollywood.
Rashmika is one of the few actors who is having projects in multiple languages.
The National Crush recently opened up on KGF, Baahubali like films and breaking barriers in an interview with the Times of India.
Speaking on how she deals with the possessiveness of Kannadigas towards her. The actress said that she does not want to be doing one film and opined that an actress needs to do four movies as compared to one movie of an actor.
She then went on to say that people are more interested in the concepts and don't care about the language, and films like KGF and Baahubali are the best example of breaking barriers.
"I can see the number of films that are breaking the barriers, like KGF and Baahubali. Now, people are more interested in the concepts and don't care about the language," she said.
She also opened up why she considers herself to be the epitome of breaking barriers as she can't leave a script only because of a language barrier. She said, "If I get a good script, I'll do it. I don't like having barriers or walls around me. I'll break them and move forward."
Meanwhile, on the work front, Rashmika will be next seen in one of the most awaited movies of the year, Pushpa, alongside Stylish Star Allu Arjun which is scheduled to release on Christmas. She is also shooting for Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu opposite Sharwanand.
Apart from these, she will soon be making her Bollywood debut in the spy thriller Mission Majnu opposite Sidharth Malhotra.
(Edited By Pradeep Singh)