Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Rashmika Mandanna seems to be one of the busiest actresses in the town. Post the monstrous success of Animal, the Dear Comrade actress has been quite busy shooting the most-anticipated movie Pushpa 2. While riding high on the success of her last release, Rashoo has wrapped up her 22nd movie.

Recently, Rashoo opened up about the 'North Vs South', Pushpa 2, her journey as an actress, and more.

A report in Hindustan Times quoted the actress as saying, “I have just wrapped up my 22nd film, and it has taken me 22 films to actually be here today. So it’s been quite hard work and quite a journey, but today I’ve given people comfort to write stories for me, trust me with big films and good stories. I think it’s the journey that I’ve had, and I feel absolutely blessed. I feel extremely confident and some sort of relief.”

Sharing an update about 'Pushpa 2: The Rule' and its shooting progress, the Goodbye actress said, "It’s been going great. We are almost 50-plus days into the film, and there’s a lot more to do, but as I always keep promising my audience it’s going to be bigger than ever before. There’s a lot of hard work put in and a lot of focus on the detailing taken care of."

Further, she added, "There’s a lot of focus on each character that’s being taken care of, and that’s amazing!”

Throughout her acting journey, the 27-year-old actress has carved a niche in the Indian film industry, both Bollywood and South cine industries. She boasts a loyal fandom across the country for his dedication and stellar performances in different genres.

However, as she continues a successful innings in both the South and Hindi film industries, the actress emphasises that the difference between 'North and South' should end and people should see it as a pan-India industry and not two different industries. 

The Mission Majnu actress said, “I think it’s about time that we start calling out the industry as the Indian film industry because we are all in the entertainment industry, and we are all one country. And it’s high time that we start acknowledging that all the industries in our country are the same."

"We are all here to do some mad, cool films and tell some really cool stories. I love the fact that the barriers are going down, and people are working together in different industries and different languages despite where they belong. I’m really happy that I’m part of the change as well,” she concluded.

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