What Rashmika said on calls for banning her in Kannada filmstext_fields
Bengaluru: When asked about demands on banning her from the Kannada film industry, actress Rashmika Mandanna said that she loves the industry but "rest is up to them", IANS reported.
Kannada film industry for looking down on the production house which launched her.
"I only love them. Rest is up to them," she said when reporters asked for her response to the demand to ban her.
Rishab Shetty, the famed director and actor in "Kantara", made Mandanna's debut in his own first directorial debut 'Kirik Party.
Rakshit Shetty, a friend of Rishab Shetty of 'Charlie 777' fame, was the hero of the movie. Rashmika and Rakshit Shetty fell in love and got engaged. Later, Rashmika got a breakthrough in the Telugu film industry and went on to become a successful actress.
Later the couple cancelled their engagement, citing incompatibility. Recently, when asked about her launch, Rashmika didn't even take the name of the production house or the director. She gestured with fingers that "this production house approached me, and they were heads over heels for having me in the project."
Meanwhile, Rishab Shetty said in an interview that he doesn't like heroines who use gestures to recall the production house which launched them. His displeasure was evident in his words.
Fans of Rishab Shetty and Rakshit Shetty are demanding that Rashmika Mandanna should be banned for maltreating the Kannada film industry.