Rakshita Ponnamma is an actress in the Indian film industry. She works actively in the Kannada film industry. She belongs to the South Indian states of India. She has worked in the Kannada film named as “ Cigarette .” It released in the theatres on the 11th of December in the year 2015. It came under the U/A category. This film falls under the category/ genre of romance which contains lots of drama and a pinch of comedy too which is loved by the Indian audience.
It is a 2-hour film. In this picture, she worked under the direction of S. Shankar who has also directed the film “
” and the production of Shankar and ShivuKabbina, and the music director was K. M. Indra who has worked in the film “Meshtru” too. The director was also the story writer. Rakshita was in the lead role in this film. Apart from Rakshitha, her co-stars Nagashekhar who is an actor, director as well as a producer, and Rupa Sri who is a Telugu actress, and has worked in the film Jatayu were also in the lead roles along with her.
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, Kaanoorayana and many more. She played the role of a girl of Bubbly nature who falls in love with the guy, and at last, she remains heartbroken.
There is a love triangle, and the story is about the harmful effects of smoking cigarette. It also shows the comparison of love with cigarette showing that both of these are injurious to health. Rakshita did a scene in the film in which she had to do a lip lock with the male lead Nagashekhar who gave up smoking and also reduced his weight for this role. Rupa Sri smokes in the film. Her film included a song which has 20 words from twenty different languages.
This film was a success for her career, and it gave her fame and popularity. She is thankful to Nagashekhar as she claims that she got this role because of him. The film received positive reviews from most of its audience, and it was a good break for her career.