Rashmika Mandanna opens up on about Ranbir Kapoor’s – They Sleeped Together? WTF? 😱

Rashmika Mandanna recently discussed working with Ranbir Kapoor on the movie Animal as well as the early backlash over the face-off sequence in the teaser.

After starring in the critically acclaimed movie Animal, Rashmika Mandanna has become a much-in-demand actress. She is currently actively participating in the much-awaited Pushpa 2 film shoot in Hyderabad, where she is costarring with Allu Arjun. In a recent interview, Rashmika talked candidly about her collaboration with Ranbir Kapoor on Animal and her thoughts on the early backlash against the face-off sequence, HanuMan box office collection day 6: Teja Sajja film earns more than ₹80 crore in India.

Rashmika Mandanna opens up on the initial criticism faced by the face-off scene with Ranbir Kapoor

Rashmika Mandanna opens up on the initial criticism faced by the face-off scene with Ranbir Kapoor
Rashmika Mandanna opens up on the initial criticism faced by the face-off scene with Ranbir Kapoor

Rashmika Mandanna discussed her initial disapproval of her face-off confrontation with Ranbir Kapoor in the second half and her subsequent enjoyment of it in an exclusive interview with Pinkvilla. She stated that she always knew the gist of the scene and that, upon the trailer’s release, she was aware that its purpose was to communicate the subtext and subline of the movie rather than to give away the whole plot.

She was happy that the movie and the trailer were generating conversation even with the conflicting opinions and responses. She admitted that the conversations raised expectations for the real material. She felt validated when comments such as “That’s by far the best performance of anything you’ve done so far” were given to her because she was aware of how intense the specific segment was.

The actress went on, “I remember telling Sandeep too because I didn’t know what I was going to do, there was a lot of moving, it was unpredictable, and the whole sequence was shot in one take. It wasn’t like, “This minute you smile, this minute you cry,” or anything like that; rather, it was more like, “You feel it. When someone goes through something like this, how would you react?”

As I recall, nothing happened between the action and the cut. I just couldn’t digest it all because there was so much, and I felt like my mind was just blanking out. I’ve never said it to anyone because I was unable to discuss the scene in detail before the movie came out.

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