South actor Rishab Shetty is garnering accolades from across the country and the world for his latest release ‘Kantara’. People from all walks of life are praising this film and it has earned record breaking earnings at the box office as well. The film, made at a cost of 16 crores, has so far done a world wide box office collection of 400 crores (Kantara World Wide Collection). Kantara not only hit the box office, but it is also receiving appreciation from the audience and critics alike. A few days after its release, the film got caught in a legal tussle for hurting the religious sentiments of many people. However, now Kantara is enjoying a two-month-long golden phase at the box office. After breaking some earning records recently, Rishabh Shetty is making headlines for talking about the actress with whom he aspires to work.
Will Rishabh Shetty work with these actresses?
Rishabh Shetty recently revealed his upcoming projects while talking in detail about the box office success of Kantara. Meanwhile, he has given a shocking reaction about two South actresses. In the interview, the actor was asked about the actresses with whom he is interested in working in the future. When Rishabh Shetty was asked with whom among Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Rashmika Mandanna, Keerthy Suresh and Sai Pallavi he would like to work in his next project.
Rishabh Shetty does not like Rashmika Mandanna
In response to the question, the Kantara star said, ‘I don’t like him. Rishabh Shetty told Gulte.com, ‘I decide my actors after completing my script. I like working with newcomers because they come without any hindrance. Without naming any of the actresses asked in the question, Shetty said, ‘I don’t like her but I like Sai Pallavi and Samantha’s work. Which are the best of recent times.
Kantara reflects the grassroots culture
For information, let us tell you that for some time now everything is not well between the fans of Rashmika Mandanna and Rishabh Shetty. The Pushpa actress was trolled for ‘forgetting her roots’ and not watching Kantara. Let us tell you that in ‘Kantara’ an attempt was made to show the culture and faith at the grassroots level, which attracted the attention of the audience. The climax of the film is fantastic and it keeps the audience engaged till the end. Many big stars and directors of the country have told it to be seen in theatres.
FIRST PUBLISHED : November 24, 2022, 13:15 IST