Rashmika Mandanna looks smart in cropped jacket and red trousers as she promotes Goodbye in Delhi; PICS
Rashmika Mandanna will be soon making her Bollywood debut with Goodbye.
Rashmika Mandanna is all set to make her Bollywood debut with her upcoming film Goodbye. The actor will be sharing screen space with Amitabh Bachchan, Neena Gupta, and Pavail Gulati. A few days back, the trailer of the movie dropped and it left the audience quite intrigued and excited. As the film directed by Vikas Bahl is all set to release in theatres on the 7th of October, Rashmika has been busy promoting the film. Speaking of which, last night she was photographed in Delhi. Check out her photos.
Rashmika Mandanna promotes Goodbye in Delhi
For the promotions, Rashmika was seen dressed in a crop top with ethnic motifs, which she styled with a pair of high-waisted red trousers. She also wore a blue cropped jacket to elevate her look further. Her hair was tied in a ponytail and she accessorized the look with a pair of golden hoop earrings. Rashmika posed for pictures while the paparazzi clicked her.
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Talking about Goodbye, the trailer of the film was released a few days ago and it looks quite gripping. The family drama film has a heartwarming narrative and it showcases the ups and downs, chaos, drama, and love within every family. The film also stars Elli AvrRam, Sunil Grover, Sahil Mehta, and Abhishek Khan in pivotal roles. Produced by Ektaa R Kapoor’s Balaji Motion Pictures in association with Good Co. GoodBye is all set for worldwide release in cinemas on 7th October 2022.
During the trailer launch event, the Pushpa: The Rise actress talked about how she selects scripts for movies and said: "I have always picked a script based on my gut feel. And believe what's going to happen will happen. I don't know what's going to happen but I want to do good films. Till I am able to work this happily, I want to do this."
Further, she added: "I want to say goodbye to the negativity around us or anyone. I am a very positive report and hope the world is also the same."