Rashmika Mandanna entered Bollywood, know how much business the film can do on the first day

After making a splash in the Southern Industry, Rashmika Mandanna entered Bollywood. Today she released her Bollywood debut film, Goodbye, in theaters. Fans of her eagerly awaited Rashmika’s debut in Bollywood. Rashmika’s follower count has doubled since Pushpa. Rashmika has the opportunity to work with Amitabh Bachchan in his first film. Goodbye is a family drama in which Rashmika has appeared in the role of Big B’s daughter. The trailer and the songs have been very popular. Since then, the expectations of the fans for the film have increased a lot. Let us tell you how much business the movie can do on day one.

In Goodbye, many actors including Rashmika Mandanna, Neena Gupta, Pavel Gulati, Elli Avram and Amitabh Bachchan have been seen playing major roles. The emotions after the departure of a relative have been shown in the film. How everyone says their last goodbye. Amitabh Bachchan’s family drama Piku was also highly appreciated. Now the same is expected of Goodbye.

Rashmika Mandanna is promoting Goodbye fiercely. According to the Bollywood Hungama report, Goodbye can do business for around Rs 2 crore on the first day. The collection is expected to grow based on reviews from the rest of the audience. Fans have high hopes for this movie. Now we have to see to what extent it can live up to expectations.

Hindustani Bhau shared a video on Instagram. In this video of about 11 and a half minutes, while Bhau had a lot of respect for the Indian Army, on the other hand, Ekta Kapoor was told a lot of lies. She said in the video: ‘Two years ago today, ‘Ek Tha Pigeon’ had done a triple XA series on ALTBalaji. In this our Indian Army, his uniform and his family were defamed. So I raised my voice and the whole of India supported me. Ekta was told to apologize. The one who shoots bullets for us wearing the uniform, she defamed him. There was an attempt to buy me with money, they threatened me, they pressured me. For me, there is no more money than the Indian Army, and if I talk about power, then I don’t care. Today it must be said that it is his duty to boycott his movie ‘Goodbye’.

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