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Rashmika Mandanna ended the shoot of her Bollywood debut film, “Mission Majnu”, starring Sidharth Malhotra

Rashmika Mandanna will be seen opposite Shershaah fame Sidharth Malhotra in a film titled 'Mission Majnu'.

National crush Rashmika Mandanna has wrapped up the filming of her portion for her Bollywood debut movie, Mission Majnu, a spy thriller movie directed by Shantanu Bagchi. The actress has been paired opposite Sidharth Malhotra in the film.

Taking to her Twitter, Rashmika wrote, “& It’s a wrap.. what a lovely lovely time I had shooting for #missionmajnu. I..for one..can’t believe.. I have already wrapped for my first Hindi film.. I remember the time I heard the script for the first time and I went like.. ‘I want to be a part of this beautiful film'”.

Rashmika’s Bollywood debut has already created headlines for the right reasons. Even before the release of Mission Majnu, Rashmika has already signed another Hindi film, ‘Goodbye’ co-starring Amitabh Bachchan. She started her acting career in 2016 with the Kannada film “Kirik Party” opposite Rakshit Shetty. Later she worked in Telugu films and won Filmfare Award and a South Indian International Movie Awards.

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Talking About Sidharth Malhotra, he started his career with Karna Johar’s film “Student of The Year” with Varun Dhawan & Alia Bhatt in it. Freshly, Sidharth was paired with Kiara Advani in “Shershaah”, a biopic of Captain Vikram Batra. Sidharth’s outstanding performance in Shershaah gave him immense popularity across the country. Interestingly, Shershaah has become the most viewed content on Amazon Prime Video.

Coming To Rashmika’s Bollywood debut film Mission Majnu is inspired by real events in the 1970s. Sidharth Malhotra essays the role of a RAW agent in the film while Rashmika’s role has been kept under wraps as of now.

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