Rashmika Mandanna On Her Relationship With Vijay Deverakonda: Famous actors of South film industry Rashmika Mandanna and Vijay Deverakonda are often in headlines for the news of their relationship. However, every time they stop talking to each other by calling each other good friends. Fans also like their pair a lot. Their fans are very excited to see them together from the film screen to the offscreen. Now Rashmika Mandanna has broken the silence about her relationship.
Rashmika Mandanna spoke about her relationship with Vijay
During an interview, Rashmika said, “I know people are always curious about their relationship.” Stating that the two are just friends, Rashmika told News18, “I understand that we are celebrities and The entire focus is on us. People want to know more about it. I see what’s happening on social media, like watch some videos and I find it very cute, but Vijay and I don’t really sit down and discuss. We have a gang of 15 people and if given a chance, we will play board games with them. We are actors, but our friends are equally important for us who keep us grounded.
Fans crazy for the pair of Vijay and Rashmika
The actress further said, ‘I have known him for a long time. He is very close to me. If I want any clarity regarding the industry, I go to him only. He always stands up for me. We are really good friends. Let’s share things and discuss. Let us tell you that Rashmika Mandanna and Vijay Deverakonda have appeared together in the films ‘Geeta Govindam’ and ‘Dear Comrade’. Along with the film, their pairing was also well liked. From onscreen to offscreen, the fans of both the pair are convinced.
Talking about the workfront, Rashmika Mandanna recently made her Bollywood debut with the film ‘Goodbye’. The fans of his film ‘Pushpa 2’ are eagerly waiting. At the same time, after the flop of ‘Liger’, the fans are waiting for Vijay Deverakonda’s upcoming film ‘Kushi’. Vijay’s onscreen chemistry with Samantha Ruth Prabhu will be seen in this film.
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