Rashmika Mandanna SLAMS Trolls For Criticising Her; Says, ‘Being Ridiculed And Mocked By Internet For Things That I HAVE NOT SAID Is Heart Breaking And Demoralising’

Rashmika Mandanna has been on the receiving end of criticism by netizens, most of the time for something that she has not said

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Rashmika Mandanna SLAMS Trolls For Criticising Her; Says, ‘Being Ridiculed And Mocked By Internet For Things That I HAVE NOT SAID Is Heart Breaking And Demoralising’
South Indian actress Rashmika Mandanna is one of the most beautiful actresses in India. Her smile often lights up the room, and the audience is always eagerly waiting for her movies. Being in the spotlight is a tough job, as celebrities are often subjected to criticism and baseless speculations. Recently, the actress received flak from the netizens because of her comment on watching Rishab Shetty starrer Kantara.

In a video that had gone viral, media personnel had asked the Goodbye actress if she had watched the film yet, and she said that she hadn’t gotten a chance. Her answer left everyone angry, and they expressed their anger by trolling the actress. Many commenters said that she has forgotten her roots. For the unversed, Rashmika made her Kannada movie debut with Rishab’s directorial Kirik Party. 

Reacting to the hate she received online, the Dear Comrade actress wrote a scathing post expressing herself. She called out trolls who are fabricating a false narrative against her. Taking to Instagram, she shared how she has quietly dealt with the hate she often receives on the internet and the lies written about her. ALSO READ: Goodbye Actress Rashmika Mandanna ‘Was Second Mumma’ To Her 8-Year-Old Sister- Read To Know More

She is well aware that the career she has chosen often leads to criticism from faceless trolls. She shares that she is open to constructive criticism as it helps her better herself, but to mock and ridicule her for things she has not said is heartbreaking.

Talking about how she was asked to just ignore the negative comments, she wrote, "For the longest time I’ve been told to ignore it. But it has only gotten worse. By addressing it, I’m not trying to win anyone over. I don’t want to feel closeted and forced to change as a human being because of this hate I keep receiving. That being said, I do recognise and acknowledge all the love I’ve been receiving from the rest of you. Your constant love and support is what has kept me going and given me the courage to come out and say this. I only have love for everyone around me, the people I’ve worked with so far, all of whom I’ve always admired. I will continue to work hard and do better for you. Because like I said, making you happy -makes me happy. Be kind everyone. We’re all trying to do our best."

Check out her post here:


On the work front, Rashmika made her Bollywood debut with Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta's Goodbye. In the film, she plays the character Tara, who is trying to deal with her mother's death alongside her family.
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