‘Heartbroken’ Rashmika Finally Opens Up About Her Trolls On Social Media

Rashmika Mandanna most recently revealed that there are a lot of things troubling her for the past few months or years. The actress who is currently shooting for her upcoming movie Pushpa: The Rule, penned down a note after receiving hate on social media.

Rashmika writes a long note

Celebrities these days often find themselves on the receiving end and experience harsh criticism and loads of negativity. Recently South actress, Rashmika Mandanna seems to be another victim of the trolls and online negativity.


The 26-year-old has now finally decided to address the same which is not only demoralizing her but also taking a toll on her relationships in and outside the industry.

Rashmika took to Instagram and wrote, “A couple of things have been troubling me these last few days or weeks or months or maybe even years now and I think it’s time I address it. I am only speaking for myself – something I should have done years ago.”

“I have been on the receiving end of a lot of hate ever since I started my career. Quite literally a punching bag for a lot of trolls and negativity out there. I know that the life I’ve chosen comes with a price– I understand that I’m not everyone’s cup of tea and certainly don’t expect to be loved by every single person out there. That doesn’t mean because you don’t approve of me you can spew negativity instead,” she said.



Rashmika finally speaks her heart out

Rashmika adds, “Only I know the kind of work I put in, day in and day out to make you all happy. The happiness you feel from the work I put out is what I care about most. I really am trying the best I can to put out things that both you and I are proud of.”

“It’s heartbreaking and frankly quite demoralizing when I’m being ridiculed and mocked by the internet, especially for things that I HAVE NOT SAID. I’ve found that bits of things I’ve said in interviews are being turned against me. False narratives being spread across the internet that can be very harmful to me and the relationships I have in or outside the industry,” said a heartbroken Rashmika.

It all happened after she was spotted at an airport recently, where the media asked her if she had watched the film. After she replied that she hasn’t so far, she was hit with a storm of comments, accusing her of not being respectful to her seniors and ‘forgetting her roots.’ Kantara director-ator Rishab Shetty directed her debut movie Kirik Party.


On the work front, Rashmika was last seen in ‘Goodbye’ alongside Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta. She will next appear in ‘Mission Majnu’ alongside Sidharth Malhotra and in director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s next ‘Animal’ opposite Ranbir Kapoor.