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Popular Doctor's Funny Post About Rashmika!

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   24 Sep 2022 7:21 AM GMT
Popular Doctors Funny Post About Rashmika!
Undoubtedly, Rashmika Mandanna is one of the busiest actresses in India right now. She is working on the most-awaited 'Pushpa - The Rule', Siddharth Malhotra's 'Mission Majnu', 'Varisu' with Thalapathy Vijay and she is also in discussion with some noted filmmakers from the South. Apart from that, she is endorsing a lot of brands and is often spotted with Bollywood heroes nowadays. She escalated from a fresh beauty from Sandalwood to a national crush with a lot of big projects in her kitty very quickly.

Recently, the star actress took time out of her busy schedule and consulted top orthopaedist Dr. Guravareddy in order to get treatment for her knee pain. Apparently, she is enduring the pain for the last few weeks and the 'Pushpa' actress decided to meet the renowned doctor regarding it. After taking care of her knee problem, Dr. Guravareddy took to social media and uploaded a picture that has him and Rashmika standing side by side.

"You're the Lord.. Swamy.. ' saying Because of dancing with weight on the knees. This is how the pains come and fall! As if you are not in a relationship, you will be in a relationship with your friends. Just saying knee pain. To 'Srivalli' who came to me. I said this with a pout for fun.. The beginning of watching Pushpa's movie, Me who wanted to congratulate Rashmika together. The moment came by her knee pain! Bunny will also come soon with Shoulder pain probably.."

She played the role of Amitabh Bachchan's daughter in the upcoming Bollywood film 'Goodbye' which is releasing on October 7th. The trailer impressed the audience and people are hoping to see a good performance from her this time. She was last seen doing a special role in 'Sita Ramam'.

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