Rashmika Mandanna is Chamak’s heroine?

 The buzz is that the actress has been approached for Suni’s upcoming project with Ganesh and she has given a green signal.

Published: 11th January 2017 06:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th January 2017 06:37 AM   |  A+A-

Rashmika Mandanna

Express News Service

Rashmika Mandanna, who made a successful debut with Kirik Party, is now experiencing a slice of fame with prominent filmmakers approaching her to play the lead in their projects. While director Prakash Jayaram has considered her for his next project starring Darshan, sources state that the actress will be associating with director Suni for his upcoming project Chamak, paired opposite Ganesh.

Though there is no official announcement, the buzz is that the makers were looking for a suitable Kannada heroine and when they watched Rashmika’s performance in Kirik Party, they were convinced that she suited their character.

Sources also claim that the budding actress has agreed to be part of the film. City Express had previously reported that the Rashmika has also been offered films in Tamil and Telugu, but the rumour is that she now plans to establish herself in Sandalwood before looking at options outside.

Suni’s film, produced by Chandrashekar, is a romantic comedy and is likely to go on floors from mid-March.  
Ganesh is currently busy shooting for Mugulu Nage, directed by Yogaraj Bhat.
Meanwhile, Suni has just released the second teaser of his upcoming film, Operation Alamelamma and is now gearing up for its audio release. The film stars Manish Rishi and Shraddha Srinath.

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