Sandeep Reddy Banga’s film ‘Animal’ is doing brisk business at the box office. Rashmika Mandana lost the title of ‘national crush’ even though she achieved success as a heroine thanks to the film.
Rashmika Mandana. Photo: Collected.
He started his acting career with Dakshini films. Actress Rashmika Mandana has made a name for herself in the southern entertainment world and has stepped towards Bollywood this time. He has already worked in several films in Bollywood. His last released Hindi film was ‘Animal’. The film directed by Sandeep Reddy Banga was released in theaters on December 1. Rashmika teamed up with Ranbir Kapoor in the film. The film has been doing brisk business at the box office ever since its release. Already, the earnings of ‘Animal’ have touched 500 crores at the Indian box office. Commercially ‘successful’ film ‘Animal’. Despite that success, Rashmika lost the title of ‘National Crush’.
Rashmika got the title of ‘national crush’ for her sweetness. A few years ago, he was the most enthusiastic among netizens. As a result, he also made it to the list of Google’s ‘most searched’ stars. However, he did not get that title this year. Another actress of ‘Animal’, Tripti Dimri, snatched that place. In the last few weeks, satisfaction has come to the top of the discussion. Even, she has got the top spot in the list of the most popular stars, leaving behind star children like Suhana Khan, Khushi Kapoor. Even, the director of ‘Animal’, Banga, gave satisfaction
In the film ‘Animal’, there has been more practice than the Ranveer-Rashmika pairing with Ranveer and Tripti. Satisfied appeared in a special role in the film. He was seen on screen for only a few minutes in the 3 hour 21 minute film. But in those few minutes, the ‘Bulbul’ of the screen showed his charisma. Her multiple intimate scenes with Ranveer made a stir. Even, Tripti’s family members did not like her performance in intimate scenes with Ranveer. The actress said that her parents are not at all happy to see that scene. However, he was overwhelmed by the greetings of the critics and the audience, he said.