National crush Rashmika's first film song video touches 100M, actress thanks former lover; see what she wrote
Actress Rashmika Mandanna who shot to national fame as she bagged a Bollywood Music video, can't forget her former lover and still has some regards left. As her first film song reached the 100-million mark, the actress not just expressed happiness but also tagged her former lover Rakshith Shetty in her tweet while thanking all.
Sandalwood actress and Kodagu beauty Rashmika Mandanna is on cloud nine after her first film song 'Belageddu Yara Mukhava' from her first film 'Kirik Party' breached the 100-million mark.
The film brought the lead pair Rakshit Shetty and Rashmika Mandanna close and after dating for some time, a grand engagement was held but as she as age on her side and offers started flooding, the actress wanted to take her film career forward which did not go well with Shetty's family.
The couple parted ways and announced it in public as well.
Both were busy post the success of Kirik Party and for Rashmilka there was no looking back as her film 'Geeta Govindam' with Vijay Devarkonda reached the 100-crore club in Telugu. Things went to the next level for the Kodagu girl as she was paired opposite to Mahesh Babu in 'Sarileru Neekevvaru'
The actress who has plenty of projects in hand recently took to Twitter after her first song hit the great milestone on YouTube. She wrote ,"Belageddu - My first ever song.. Which I absolutely adore reached 100M.. I remember making this song mine.. Living through those montages.. And just finding Saanvi in me.. Ahh.. The journey.
@shetty_rishab @rakshitshetty @SamyukthaHegde @AJANEESHB @ParamvahStudios,"
Her act of tagging her former lover Rakshit Shetty was noticed and is being appreciated. Rakshit Shetty was the co-producer and songwriter of this film while Rishab Shetty was behind the camera directing the film.
The romantic thriller was released in 2016 and went on to become the biggest blockbuster which earned Rs 50 crore at the box office and received several awards.