Rashmika and Vijay shared a kiss on screen in their film in 2019, following which they were incessantly trolled for months
Rashmika Mandanna recently shared the names of movie stars who she would like to be present at her swayamwar.
Rashmika revealed that she is on good terms with her former boyfriends and even meets their family members.
SIIMA thanked Yash for bringing them to Bengaluru for the ceremony. Moreover, the attendees also complimented Yash for the historic initiative.
Ranveer also shared the stage with actors Dr Shiva Rajkumar and Vijay Deverakonda. The RamLeela actor taught them his iconic hook steps of 'Tattad Tattad' song. The south actors were seen grooving the hook steps that highly enthralled the audience.
Next, she will be seen in Kho Gye Hum Kahan which will also star Siddhant Chaturvedi.
Vijay Deverakonda has decided to return 6 crores from his fees for Liger after the movie flopped badly.
Vijay Deverakonda apologized to the theater owner Manoj Desai after the latter slammed the Tollywood actor for making an irresponsible statement related to the boycott trend against Liger.
While the internet is flooding with a lot of negative reviews, social media is abuzz with memes and cynical comments against Vijay and Liger. Meanwhile, a video has emerged on social media that shows a theatre owner expressing his anger against Vijay.
Vijay Deverakonda's Liger has hit the theaters and is going vacant in Bhubaneswar despite aggressive promotions.
Speaking for herself, Vijay's co-star Ananya Panday said: "I am very excited but at the same place nervous too about whether people will like the movie and my performance in it. But I am sure the kind of hard work we have put in will definitely help us and people will love the movie."
"I was worried when I saw his hands, his foot and his neck. When he punched me by mistake during rehearsals, I had a migraine for the whole day. I didn't get knocked out, but body wanted to fall down."
Vijay said that he stands with truth and on the issue of boycott trending on social media, he asserted that he is not scared of anything as he had faced a lot in life. He said he trusts God and has the blessings of his mother.
Vijay Deverakonda has made a big statement recently which indirectly is a slap on Bollywood's so-called A-listed actors and directors.
The actor's comments gain significance in the backdrop of some boycott calls for the movie over his support for Aamir Khan after his 'Laal Singh Chaddha' tanked at the box office