Rashmika Mandanna might be one of the most sought-after actresses in India right now. But, this doesn’t give him protection from malicious things on the internet. He has been subjected to a lot of online harassment since the beginning of his career. And lately, the trampling has only gotten worse.
Rashmika said that sometimes she thought of quitting her job to stop being bullied online. “People have a problem with my body. The more I exercise, the more I look like a man. If I don’t exercise much, I’m fat. The more I talk, the more angry he gets. If I don’t speak at all, oh, that’s the way it is. As people will have a problem with me breathing and not breathing as well. So what do you want me to do? Shall I leave? Shall I stay?,” Rashmika in a conversation with film journalist Prema.
Rashmika felt she didn’t know what to do to shake her target off her back. He also said that this constant harassment is taking a toll on his health. “If you are not making it clear and at the same time you are saying all this, what should I do? Give me clarity. If you have a problem with me, say what problem you have. Why do you have this problem? Don’t be cruel. Some of the words and phrases they use confuse some of us,” he added.
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Last year, Rashmika came out for the first time to share her thoughts on traveling. “Hello.. Several things have been bothering me for the past few days or weeks or months or maybe years now and I think it’s time to deal with them. I’m just talking to myself – what I should have done years ago,” he wrote, sharing an open letter on his social media.
On the work front, Rashmika was recently seen in Tamil Vijay’s Varisu. She played Vijay’s love interest in the film, which has emerged as a big debut this year. She also played the lead role in Netflix’s spy thriller Mission Majnu starring Sidharth Malhotra.