Actress Rashmika Mandanna, who has gained popularity in south Indian cinema and is now slowly breaking into Bollywood, has irritated some Twitter users with a recent remark on the genre’s music.
In a recent interview, the “Pushpa” actress, whose upcoming Hindi film “Mission Majnu” stars Siddharth Malhotra, claimed that Bollywood has a legacy of romantic songs. In contrast, the south has masala songs and item numbers.
“For me, when I was growing up, romantic songs meant Bollywood romantic songs,” Rashmika said, upsetting some of her fans and followers.
“In the south we have all mass masala songs, item numbers and dance numbers. This is my first Bollywood romantic song from the film ‘Mission Majnu.’ I am excited because it’s so good and I am waiting for you all to listen to it,” Rashmika continued.
In the past, Rashmika caused controversy by declaring her dislike for the production company that helped establish her career with the Kannada film “Kirik Party,” directed by Rishab Shetty, who is now well-known for “Kantara.” She acted as the female protagonist opposite Rishab’s close friend Rakshit Shetty, whose movie “777 Charlie” made headlines this year.
Even though every other Indian film industry personality gushed about “Kantara,” she chose not to tweet about it or make any comments about it. She even claimed that she had not seen the film.
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