National Crush Rashmika Mandanna trolled for eating a Chicken Burger, Know the reason why
Rashmika Mandanna, the popular South Indian actress and national crush, has once again found herself in the news, but this time for all the wrong reasons. A recent video of the actress enjoying a chicken burger in an advertisement for a popular fast-food brand has sparked outrage among some of her fans who are now questioning her claim of being a vegetarian.
While it may seem odd to criticize someone for eating a burger, for Rashmika's fans, this is a matter of trust. The actress has been open about her vegetarianism in the past, even claiming to have been one since birth. So, when the video of her eating a chicken burger started circulating on social media, her fans were quick to express their disappointment and disbelief.
Many social media users have accused Rashmika of being dishonest and lying to her fans. Some have even gone so far as to call her a hypocrite for promoting an unhealthy food product while claiming to be a vegetarian. One user wrote, "These celebrities promote unhealthy food by which we get influenced and eat them, but still these people will not eat them and have a healthy diet."
Another user criticized Rashmika for promoting fast food products that use chemicals, writing, "Baby, why don't you do ads that use natural ingredients? Everyone eats the same because you did it. Many families will suffer, small request."
While it's true that Rashmika's decision to eat a chicken burger may have disappointed some of her fans, it's important to remember that celebrities are human too and have the right to make their own choices. It's also worth noting that being a vegetarian is a personal choice, and it's not fair to judge or shame someone for changing their dietary habits.
while Rashmika Mandanna's decision to eat a chicken burger may have caused disappointment and anger among some of her fans, it's important to respect her choices and personal freedom. As fans, we should focus on supporting our favorite celebrities rather than criticizing them for their personal choices. After all, it's their talent and hard work that we admire and appreciate.
- PTC PUNJABI