Rashmika Mandanna is ready to steal every heart with her Bollywood debut film. Talking about it, she called this the right time to be doing Bollywood movies.
Spilling the beans on the same, Rashmika said that before the pandemic hit. She had no time as she was occupied with films down south. According to her, she didn’t feel at that time that she should do Bollywood films.
Elaborating further, she added that once COVID hit and other projects slowed down, she felt it was the right time to do it and that’s when ‘Mission Majnu’ and ‘Goodbye’ came.
According to her, there is no particular reason why she didn’t do it because back then she had a couple of Hindi film offers but the actress felt now is the right time.
When asked if working in Bollywood is in any way different from working in films down south, the actress reportedly said that every team, director, crew member works differently. So, if the same cast is working with a different team, they become different. So, according to her, none of them are the same individual but no industry is different. Everyone is just a storyteller.
Rashmika will be seen making her debut with ‘Mision Majnu’ co-starring Sidharth Malhotra in the lead role. Apart from this, she has also bagged ‘Goodbye’ where she will be sharing the screen space with none other than Amitabh Bachchan. It also features Pavail Gulati and Neena Gupta in key roles.