Rashmika Mandanna’s film will be banned in Karnataka


Rashmika Mandanna has recently been making news for all the incorrect reasons. Thanks to recent comments she made during the promotional interviews for the Vikas Bahl-directed film, the actress, who recently made her Bollywood debut with Goodbye, appears to be in serious difficulty once more.

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According to the rumors, Rashmika may face a ban from the Kannada cinema business for being “ungrateful” to the production company owned by actor-producer Rakshit Shetty, who gave the actress her debut role. During a recent media session, the actress spoke extensively about her path to becoming an actress. While discussing how she never intended to become an actor and how she obtained her first role, She avoided mentioning the name of the production company Paramvah Studios, co-founded by Rakshit Shetty, her ex-fiance, when discussing how she never intended to be an actor how she received her big break with Kirik Party and became an instant success. This infuriated some people on the internet. For those who were unaware, Rashmika and Rakshit were dating. Even though they were engaged, the couple broke it off for reasons unknown.

According to recent rumors, Rashmika has angered Kannada theatre owners, organizations, and the film industry. They may even be considering taking legal action against her by forcibly removing her future movies Pushpa 2 and Varisu from theatres in Karnataka. A similar tweet that went viral on social media has divided internet users. Although we are unable to verify the tweet’s legitimacy.

Rashmika is currently busy filming with Allu Arjun for Pushpa: The Rule, which also stars Fahadh Faasil. She also has Varisu with Thalapathy Vijay in her kitty.