Dinesh Akula | Published On: Jan, 20, 2024 | 10:23 PM
The tinsel town of Telugu cinema has been abuzz with the swirling rumors of an impending engagement between stars Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika Mandanna. Recently, the rumor mill went into overdrive, suggesting that the popular duo might be planning to exchange vows in February. However, in a recent interview with Lifestyle Asia, Deverakonda has categorically denied these claims, adding a touch of humor to his response.
Deverakonda’s Stand on the Rumors: A Humorous Denial
“I’m not getting engaged or married in February,” asserted Vijay Deverakonda, expressing amusement over the persistent marriage rumors that seem to surface every couple of years. “It feels like the press just wants to get me married every two years. I hear this rumor every year. They’re just walking around waiting to catch me and get me married,” he humorously told Lifestyle Asia.
The Onscreen Chemistry and Offscreen Speculations
The duo’s on-screen chemistry, first seen in the 2018 hit ‘Geetha Govindam’, followed by ‘Dear Comrade’ in 2019, has been a topic of much fascination for fans and the media alike. Although neither has publicly acknowledged a romantic relationship, their frequent appearances together have fueled speculation. Notably, the actors were seen vacationing in exotic locales like the Maldives and Vietnam, further intensifying the rumors.
Living Together and Future Plans?
Amidst these engagement denials, there have been reports suggesting that Deverakonda and Mandanna might be sharing a living space, hinting at a potential escalation in their relationship. Fans and media are eagerly anticipating any official confirmation from the duo about their relationship status.
In summary, while the grapevine might be rife with conjectures about Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika Mandanna’s relationship, the ‘Arjun Reddy’ star has clearly stated that there are no wedding bells ringing anytime soon. The rumor mill, however, seems unlikely to quiet down, keeping the spotlight firmly on this charismatic pair.