In a recent interview, Rashmika Mandanna, the actor who is ready to make her Bollywood debut in the family drama Goodbye, discussed the movies that had a major impact on her career. The actor is well-known in the Telugu and Kannada film industries. Last year, she starred alongside Allu Arjun in the smash hit pan-Indian movie Pushpa: The Rise.
In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Mandanna said that Kirik Party was her first Kannada film. Her second movie was Geeta Govindam, which attracted a lot of attention to her as a performer, and her third movie was Pushpa. It changed how people across the nation perceived her as an actor. The actor continued that she was never an actor and she is still going through a phase of discovering who she is. She considers the idea of being a public figure to be new to her.
Rashmika Mandanna On Pushpa Success:
Rashmika Mandanna continued while discussing Pushpa’s success, “We realised that we had done a good film. We can never foresee the outcome of a film. We were aware that the content was good and would be released. But we were confident that it would turn out well. After that, the result was just “wow.”
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Mandanna also discussed her plans to relocate to Mumbai. She added, ” Even if I don’t really have a place to call home here, you’ll see me a lot, so you’ll feel like she is living here.”
In Goodbye, Amitabh Bachchan and Mandanna play the key characters. Along with Ashish Vidyarthi, other actors in the film include Pavail Gulati, Elli Avram, Neena Gupta, and Sunil Grover. The film will be a heartwarming story that highlights the ups and downs, chaos, drama, and love that are part of any family. Along with that, it includes the struggle between the father and daughter, as depicted by Bachchan and Mandanna. Goodbye is produced by Ektaa Kapoor and is scheduled for release on October 7. Additionally, the actor will appear in Animal with Ranbir Kapoor and Mission Majnu with Sidharth Malhotra.