Rashmika Mandanna said that because her parents don’t have a background in the film industry, they had to experience firsthand the harsh realities of show business.v
Rashmika Mandanna, who is making her Hindi feature debut with Vikas Bahl’s Goodbye, recently discussed how she had to build a distinction between her personal and professional lives because her parents had very different views on the movie business.
The Pushpa actor recalled how Rashmika’s parents had to “learn the hard way” that they had no influence over how her career was developing.
Rashmika stated in a conversation with Bollywood Bubble that at one point her mother believed we had power over the industry. She had to learn the hard way that this wasn’t correct because in our business, we can do anything we want. You are an artist, an actor, and the face, therefore no matter what your family does, that will reflect on you.
After a few attempts at juggling everything, Rashmika revealed that she had come to the conclusion that her parents shouldn’t interfere with her professional matters because they don’t work in the film industry.
The ones that live together don’t always agree on some issues, and some of them live separate from one another. But when a devastating and unexpected death upends their lives, they must work through their divergent emotions and support one another.
Bachchan and Gupta play a married couple with four kids in the trailer. Two of them have obtained employment and moved out of their parents’ homes to live independently.
The youngest is still too dependent to live independently. Mandanna, who portrays their lone daughter and the third oldest, aspires to independence after landing her first job.
Arun Bali, Elli AvRam, Sahil Mehta, Pavail Gulati, and Sunil Grover all have significant roles in the film. The first movie to recently implement a reduced pricing policy was Goodbye.
According to this regulation, the audience will only be allowed to see the movie’s first day showings for a discounted fee of Rs. 150. Bachchan made a brief video to announce the choice.
We now know that you are not a member of the industry, so avoid getting too involved because you can’t handle it. You are from Coorg, where people don’t tend to think very broadly. Don’t let this go; you guys live your lives and this is your life.
You lead a pleasant, comfortable life. Because I’m an artist, please let me do what I do. My life and my path are this, she declared.
Rashmika claimed that it took some effort on her part to persuade her parents that they had no control over her life. The world is not how you think it is, therefore don’t try to run my life; let me make my own decisions. It’s bigger and tougher. I had to teach that lesson because I am a daughter and an artist.
The Sita Ramam actor claimed that because her family has mostly led a sheltered life and lives in a small Coorg hamlet, they weren’t ready for the harsh realities of show business. It was an adventure and a lesson for all of us, she said.
Rashmika’s upcoming film appearance is in Animal, starring Ranbir Kapoor.