Rashmika Mandanna, who plays Rashmika in the film Dear Comrade, has become a household name in the industry. Because of the success of Pushpa: The Rise, she has ascended to a new level of celebrity. Let’s take a look at some interesting parts of her personal life on her birthday. Rashmika’s love life has been in the spotlight, and here’s a look at what’s been going on.
Rashmika Mandanna got engaged to actor-director Rakshit Shetty in 2017. Their wedding was a big occasion, and photos from it went viral on the internet. When fans realized that the actress had decided to leave her profession so early in her career, they were taken away.
However, their relationship was short-lived, and they chose to part ways. They had compatibility issues, it was subsequently discovered. Rashmika had been badly trolled, and she had responded appropriately in a long email to everyone.
Rashmika Mandanna dating Vijay Deverakonda rumors
Rashmika Mandanna drew notice when rumors of sparks flew between her and Dear Comrade co-star Vijay Deverakonda as the actress was deep into work following her breakup with Rakshit Shetty. For a long time, there have been murmurs that they had fallen in love with each other.
During their Goa holiday, pictures of Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika Mandanna went popular on social media, fueling the rumors. According to reports, the two celebrities spent New Year’s Eve together. There were also members of Vijay’s family in attendance.
As the news surrounding Rashmika Mandanna and Vijay Deverakonda continues to dominate the headlines, rumors have circulated that the two are planning to marry shortly.’I don’t know what to think about it because I’m too young for it right now,’ stated the actress, dismissing the rumors. I haven’t even considered it. However, you should choose someone who makes you feel at ease.
The Pushpa actor revealed her dream mate in an interview with India Today. ‘For me, love is when you show each other respect, time, and a sense of safety,’ she had said. Love only works when it is reciprocated in both directions, not just one.’