Rashmika Mandanna recently spilled the beans on her upcoming Bollywood films, ’Mission Manju’and ‘Goodbye’.
Talking about making her big Bollywood debut with ‘Mission Majnu’ co-starring Sidharth Malhotra, Rashmika reportedly said that she feels that it is the right film for her and she should be doing it in the initial part of her career.
According to the makers, ‘Mission Majnu’ is inspired by real events set in the 1970s and follows the story of India’s most courageous mission in the heart of Pakistan that forever changed the relationship between the two nations.
As for Vikas Bahl’s ‘Goodbye’ is concerned, Rashmika reportedly said that she read the 150-page script in an hour and a half. The actress also added that she felt she was the character while reading the script. So the film was a go for her.
In ‘Goodbye’ star Amitabh Bachchan is also playing the lead role. Spilling the beans on how her parents reacted to her doing a film with Big B, she reportedly said that the name only brings so much respect that her parents almost couldn’t believe it. She revealed that her parents are a huge fan of Mr Bachchan and she too has grown up watching his films.
Elaborating further, the gorgeous actress also added that they also advised her like a teacher asking her to be attentive and learn her lines by heart on the set.
Apart from Rashmika and Amitabh, the movie will also star Neena Gupta and Pavail Gulati in key roles.