Rashmika Mandanna on being trolled: ‘It’s heartbreaking and demoralizing’
During an Instagram post on November 8, Rashmika Mandanna shared her thoughts on being trolled, saying that she has been concerned with the hatred and trolling she has received on social media. As a result of the trolling, the Pushpa actor said he was demoralised…
In a social media post published on November 8, actor Rashmika Mandanna spoke out against being trolled.
In response to her statement that she didn’t watch Rishab Shetty’s Kannada movie Kantara, the actor was trolled online.
The actress Rashmika Mandanna shared her thoughts on being trolled on November 8 on Instagram, saying that she has been concerned about the hatred and trolling she has received.
Her demoralization had been caused by the trolling, according to the Pushpa actor.
Over the last few days, weeks, months, or maybe even years, I’ve been struggling with a couple of things.
Quite literally, I’m the target of a lot of negativity and trolls,” she said.
In her post, Rashmika apologizes for not watching Rishab’s Shetty’s success Kantara, Rishab’s recently released Kannada film.
Despite not expecting everyone to like her, she was doing her best to produce good work.
In her post, she stated, “I am trying my best to put out work that you and I can both be proud of.”.
According to Rashmika, constructive criticism would be more acceptable than trolling, which she found demoralizing.
When the internet ridicules me for things I didn’t say, it’s heartbreaking and downright demoralizing.
This hate doesn’t have to cause me to feel closed off and forced to change as a human.”, the post said.
Rashmika Mandanna (@rashmika_mandanna) shared this.
Towards the end of the post, she thanked her fans for their support.
As well as social media platforms, several actors have spoken of the ramifications of trolling, including Alia Bhatt and Taapsee Pannu.
During Pongal next year, Rashmika will next be seen in Tamil-Telugu bilingual Varisu, co-starring Vijay.
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