Vijay Devarakonda’s fans are very happy after seeing them dancing together on a stage. But it seems that the Karnataka people are not happy with Rashmika Mandanna and they are abusing her on social media sites. Few comments are as follows:
shruthi annadanappa: She deserves all the hatredness from Karnataka ppl
Manju MD7: I request to you tube … plzz don’t upload Rashmika dagar videos
Tejesh SURIYA: Rashmika will once understand what mistake she did after getting back to back flop movies
ms Cropcare: She (rashmika) is Mia khalifa’s sister
ananya m: Any person who has regards and respect about KARNATAKA should refrain from calling rashmika ‘Karnataka crush’. She doesn’t even deserve to be called KANNADATHI. If a person doesn’t even want to speak properly in KANNADA and relate to KARNATAKA, why should we identify them and call them our people?! We don’t need arrogance and hypocrites !
On the otherside, both Vijay Devarakonda and Rashmika Mandanna have once again teamed up for their upcoming project Dear Comrade, which is directed by Bharat Kamma. The film is said to be inspired from the Dulquer Salmaan’s Malayalam film Comrade in America aka CIA. However, in a recent media interaction, director Bharat Kamma said, “Dear Comrade is completely a different project and has no connection with the Malayalam film. In this movie Vijay Devarakonda will be seen playing the role of role of a student leader coming from a communist family. The film is set in Kakinada background and Vijay Devarakonda will be speaking in core Kakinada local tongue.”