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Rashmika Mandanna responds to the Hindi dub of ‘Dear Comrade’ reaching 250 million views!

Rashmika Mandanna, who is set to make her Bollywood debut soon, expressed her delight at her Telugu superhit ‘Dear Comrade’ reaching 250 million views on YouTube.

Talking about the film she shares, “I could never really say this anywhere but Dear Comrade till date has very special place in my heart.. the preparation the people the shooting process the experiences and the people.. mean so much to me I don’t think I can put it in words.

She further adds, “Everytime I watch a song or something from that film it makes me tear up and I mean this in the most positive way possible.. ”

Talking about the milestone the movie crossed on YouTube, the actress reveals, “The fact that the Hindi dubbed version of the film has crossed 250 Million views on YouTube is no surprise because I think it deserves it.. it’s a story of the people and it’s genuine and our audience can see it.. so ya. It is extremely heartwarming to see audiences from all over the country, shower their love on the film.And ‘Dear Comrade’ has given me so much as an actor and as a person that I will always be grateful for..”

Rashmika is well-known in North India, where several of her dubbed Hindi films have received a warm reaction, even before her Bollywood debut picture is released, which is a remarkable achievement. It also has over 2.9 million likes, indicating that Hindi fans enjoy the film and have placed their trust in Rashmika.

‘Dear Comrade,’ directed by Bharat Kamma, also had Vijay Deverakonda as the male lead. This was their second collaboration, following the huge success of Geetha Govindam.

With ‘Mission Majnu,’ Rashmika is scheduled to make her Hindi film debut. She also has Amitabh Bachchan’s ‘Goodbye’ in the works, which is a great achievement for the young actress.

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