A meme with photos of Telugu anchors Manjusha, Srimukhi, Sravanti, Vishnu Priya, Ashu Reddy and Rashmi Gautam has gone viral on social media. “These are not anchors, they are heroines who don’t know how to become heroines. Ra Moa” is written on that meme. This meme was edited by Rashmi Gautam. Thanking those who made this meme.. “What you said is literally true. Another common point is missed. All the girls in the photo were born in Telugu areas. If there was a Bombay boarding pass, the story would have been different. Then even the clothes we wear would have been a trend setting” and wrote.
A Twitter user took a screenshot of the post on Rashmi’s Instagram story and tweeted satirically at her. Rashmi tagged her and said in another tweet, “You who do not know how to speak Telugu properly.. Why do you not get sympathy because you claim to have been born in Telugu areas?” Rashmi countered this tweet. “Yes. Because I studied in CBSE school. Regional language is not encouraged there. They used to say that we would gather in groups and speak in the regional language. Now you can’t blame me on that. Another thing is.. my mother is from Orissa and my father is from Uttar Pradesh. So unlike everyone else, my accent is slightly different,” said Rashmi.
Netizen’s allegation.. Rashmi’s explanation is fine. Otherwise Rashmi’s reason seems very silly. Rashmi was born in Visakhapatnam. Her parents may not be Telugu. Perhaps she was not taught Telugu in school as a child. But all these reasons are just excuses for not learning Telugu. Because in recent times, girls coming from other states are learning Telugu with great commitment. He speaks well in Telugu at events. Some are dubbing in Telugu. At a time when multilingual actresses like Rashmika Mandana, Sai Pallavi, Nithya Menon, Kriti Shetty and Keerthy Suresh are fluent in Telugu, why not say that Telugu is not taught in school?!
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