Much-in-demand actress of Tollywood, Rashmika Mandanna has revealed that she has done her bit by adopting a village. On Upasana Konidela’s Urlife.com, the Sarileru Neekevvaru actress revealed that during the lockdown, she adopted a small village in Tamil Nadu.
Apparently, she supports a team out there to do the necessary. Though a little embarrassed to confess, Rashmika says she also helped out the needy who reached out to her during the pandemic. “I did what I could,” says she. “Usually, in India, we give and share during festivals. But sharing is what comes naturally to humans, we do it all the time, it doesn’t have to be festival time,” she adds.
However, Rashmika is happy that the pandemic did bring her closer to her family. Having lived in a hostel for most time, she says the pandemic helped her bond with her sister, who she calls an entertainer and her mom and dad, who she feels are just like kids. The Coorgi beauty also revealed she got time to reconnect with her schoolmates, though she confesses to short spells of loneliness during the past months.
As for returning to work, she says acting comes naturally to her and she will not have to struggle with that bit, though she says getting used to the new processes could be a little scary.