Rashmika Mandanna Says We Should Call Industry As The ‘Indian Film Industry’

Rashmika Mandanna said that we all are part of entertainment industry and we should stop considering different industries as it is the one Indian Film Industry.

 After last year’s blockbuster “Animal”, Rashmika Mandanna has garnered more limelight. She has been seen engrossed in her film career. Recently she wrapped up the shoot of her 22nd film and, on the other hand, she is already shooting for another venture. Rashmika initiated her career with Telugu films and within a few years, she made it into Bollywood. But now, “Pushpa” actress emphasized the Indian Film Industry as a whole. According to her, there should not be any more differences between regional film industries. We should not refer to it as Hindi or South to be very specific. 

She elaborated her point, saying, “I think it’s about time that we start calling out the industry as the Indian film industry because we are all in the entertainment industry, and we are all one country. And it’s high time that we start acknowledging that all the industries in our country are the same. We are all here to do some mad, cool films and tell some really cool stories. I love the fact that the barriers are going down, and people are working together in different industries and different languages despite where they belong. I’m really happy that I’m part of the change as well.”

On a serious note, there should not be any discrimination amongst industries as many Telugu movies and Tamil movies are being made as pan-India films and releasing in 4–5 languages. Many small screen actors are getting into Bollywood. Even Marathi actors like Sai Tamhankar, Siddharth Jadhav, Vaibhav Tatwawadi, Amey Wagh are doing really great work in Hindi films. Actors, filmmakers from South India are collaborating with Bollywood, may it be Sandeep Reddy Vanga, Prabhas or Raashii Khanna etc. Marathi actress Sonalee Kulkarni made her debut in the Malayalam movie “Malaikottai Vaaliban”. A change is happening, and we should consider it the Indian film industry.

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