Actress Rashmika Mandanna told a fan that she simply loves Malayalam cinema. During a question and answer session, the star was asked if she liked films from Kerala.
To which Rashmika replied: "Are you kidding.. loveeeeee Malayalam cinema..Malayalam films are just so pure and people are fullllll of love." The actress also told a fan, who enquired about her performing Lavani at a award event, that she will speak Marathi "little little".
"It was surreal. Learnt some new Marathi phrases well.. soon I'll manage to speak like little little.. ?? Hopefully!," Rashmika said. She also said that she would not be dancing to the popular number 'Saami Saami' from 'Pushpa: The Rise' anymore.
When a fan told her that he wants to groove with her to her famous Saami Saami song, Rashmika said she's danced 'too many times' to the song, according to Indo-Asian News Service.
She wrote back: "I've done Saami Saami step tooooo many times.. that now I feel like I'll have issues with my back when I get older.. why you do this to me re.. ?? let's do something else when me meet." Rashmika is now looking forward to the release of 'Pushpa: The Rule' starring Allu Arjun. She was also asked if she would be working with Thalapathy Vijay, to which Rashmika replied that she was manifesting it.
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