Rashmika Mandanna is currently one of the most loved actors all over the country and she has managed to win over the hearts of her fans with her acting skills and her demeanour. But there was a time in her career when she had to deal with constant trolling and abuse on social media. This happened immediately after the release of her and Vijay Deverakonda's 2019 movie Dear Comrade. In the movie, the two actors exchanged a kiss on-screen, which resulted in weeks of mocking for them. Rashmika has since talked about the experience and said it was difficult.
The two actors' kissing moment became a hot topic online, with many trolls blasting both of them and labelling it "obscene" and "publicity-hungry."
Talking with Zoom Rashmika recalled that phase, saying,
“The second it happened, it carried on for months. It was this, that, whatever. And there were so many painful moments happening and painful things I was reading, I was seeing. I have been through that. And I would have constant dreams where you know you feel like you are the only one and everyone has turned their back on you and you are calling out for them. That was a constant dream, I don't know what it was and I don't know how it was. I would wake myself up with such dreams and cry myself to bed, or even wake up crying.”
Rashmika is now revving up for the release of Goodbye, her debut Hindi movie with Amitabh Bachchan. The movie, which is helmed by Vikas Bahl, will release in theatres on October 7. Mission Majnu, starring Sidharth Malhotra, Animal, starring Ranbir Kapoor, and Varisu, starring Vijay, are the following films that Rashmika has in the works.