Rashmika Is Too Costly for Them?


Rashmika Mandanna has come in the first line of most sought heroines of South in no time. The actress who hails from Kannada industry got the break from her debut itself, with her ex-boyfriend, Rakshit in Kirik Party. Now she is a popular actress in Telugu already and apparently become too costly for Kannada films.

This is what the Kannada media is buzzing about. They think Rashmika is charging quite a lot now and has become too costly for the Kannada industry and her reduced projects in the language added to the buzz. Now they say she stopped doing Kannada films.

However, Rashmika doesn’t agree with that. Speaking in a Comrade’s promotional press meet in Kannada, Rashmika threw some light on these rumors.

She said there is no truth in saying she is not doing Kannada films anymore as she is doing Pogaru in Kannada now. And about the increased remuneration she says, everybody expects a promotion when they work and that she works for her films without sleep and food, goes to tough gymming and expects the compensation the same way. Well, it is a known fact that the actors try to grab as much as they can until there is light. No offense.

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