Rashmika's debut film 'Kirik Party' helmed by 'Kantara' filmmaker was released six years ago
Rashmika Mandanna carved a niche for herself at a young age, not just in Sandalwood but across various film industries. Today, on this date, her debut film ‘Kirik Party’ co-starring her then-fiance Rakshit Shetty was released. Directed by Risabh Shetty ‘Kirik Party’ was a blockbuster film that was remade in Telugu as Kirrak Party starring Nikhil Siddhartha and Samyuktha Hegde in the lead roles.
After delivering back-to-back hits in Sandalwood, including Puneeth Rajkumar’s ‘Anjani Putra’ and ‘Chamak’, she made her Tollywood debut with Naga Shaurya’s 2018 film Chalo and then worked with top Telugu actors including Vijay Deverakonda (Geetha Govindam), Mahesh Babu (Sarileru Neekevvaru) and Nithiin (Bheeshma). She garnered critical acclaim for her much-loved role of Srivalli in her recent Telugu film, Pushpa: The Rise.
Since morning #6GoldenYearsOfRashmika has been dominating social media. This morning the actress took to Twitter to thank her fans for their constant support. Sharing a collage of different looks from her films, the actress captioned the post, “I love it. I love you ❤️Thankyou. ❤️More than anything else I am grateful to have all of you in my life. ❤️thankyou again.. ❤️ #6GoldenYearsOfRashmika (sic)”
The actress who recently made her Bollywood debut with Amitabh Bachchan starrer ‘Goodbye’ has an impressive lineup of films. She is apparently in talks with ace filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Meanwhile, she will begin her new year with the release of her much-awaited film ‘Varisu’ (Vaarasudu in Telugu), opposite Thalapathy Vijay. The film is slated to be released on the occasion of Pongal. Rashmika will also be seen in the spy thriller ‘Mission Majnu’ co-starring Siddharth Malhotra. The film is gearing up for a direct OTT release on January 20, 2023, on Netflix. She also has Allu Arjun’s ‘Pushpa 2’, and Sandeep Reddy Vanga directorial ‘Animal’ with Ranbir Kapoor, in the pipeline.
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Updated date: Saturday, 21 Jan 2023 - 4:34 PM