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Star heroine Rashmika Mandanna is subjected to severe criticism and trolling by the people of Karnataka. Despite hailing from that state, she somehow managed to make a lot of people in the Kannada film industry angry. Her breaking the engagement with Rakshith Shetty, ignoring Sandalwood for Telugu and Tamil projects along with recent comments on her first movie's makers created a lot of controversy and there are a lot of people who suggest that they should ban Rashmika and her films from getting screened.
Director Nagasekhar who made 'Gurthunda Seethakalam' with Satyadev and Tamannaah as the lead came in support of the 'Pushpa' actress. He said, "It is our fault to want gratitude from someone. When I directed the film 'Sanju Weds Geeta', I gave a chance to some actors in it. Now they have become big stars in their career. Will they remember me after my film? Or? It is completely personal to them. I don't mind it. I will focus on my next film."
Talking about the idea of banning her, he said, "I don't know about that. If it does, it will be a loss to the industry itself. I will not support this matter."
It all started when Rashmika air quoted Rakshit Shetty's production company through which she was introduced during a Bollywood interview. Rishab Shetty's sarcastic comment made things even bigger and people from the South started commenting, "If you are at this level as an actress, it is because of Parmva production company. You wouldn't have become an actress if it wasn't for Rakshit Shetty's company. Why dare to mention the name of such an organization?"
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