Rashmika Mandanna, who is currently riding high on the super success of ‘Animal’, recently opened up about being a part of a film like that. She also recalled shooting for a scene in the film which left her mind blank.
In an interview with Pinkvilla, Rashmika revealed that she went into a scene without a clear plan, not knowing what actions she would take. She mentioned that the entire sequence was a single take due to its dynamic nature, making it unpredictable. Rashmika explained that she only recalled Sandeep’s advice before the scene, instructing her to connect with the emotions of a person in that situation. Recollecting the experience, she expressed how her mind went blank between the action and the cut, making it difficult to process the details.

Elaborating further, she added that once the scene was done, she couldn’t control her emotions. She asked Ranbir is he was okay and even went to ask the director if she performed well in the scene.

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Rashmika revealed that she was happy about finishing the 8-9 minute long shot in one take and working on Animal gave her the ‘high’ of being an actor. According to her, people don’t write sequences like this every time and that she is that she did this movie and this sequence. Rashmika added that she was surprised with herself after the scene.

‘Animal’ also starred Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Triptii Dimri and others in key roles. The film did some record-breaking collections at the

box office.

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