Mahesh Babu's daughter Sitara and Aadhya mimick Rashmika Mandanna's dialogue from Sarileru Neekevvaru
Mahesh Babu's daughter Sitara and Aadhya mimick Rashmika Mandanna's dialogue from Sarileru NeekevvaruTwitter

A video featuring superstar Mahesh Babu's daughter Sitara mimicking Rashmika Mandanna's dialogue from Sarileru Neekevvaru is creating a buzz on social media. This clip is sure to go viral soon.

Rashmika Mandanna has played Mahesh Babu's love interest in Sarileru Neekevvaru. The actress has won a million hearts with her comedy timing childish mannerism in the movie. Train sequence is one of the biggest highlights of the film. Before boarding training, she is seen begging, "Oh God! Please send one cute, sweet and handsome guy. Do you understand it?"

Many consider this scene as an epic scene of Rashmika Mandanna, which viewers will remember forever. Now, Mahesh Babu's daughter Sitara and her friend Aadhya enacted this scene. Shreyas Media tweeted their video and wrote, "A little extra cuteness to the #MikuArdamavutunda! #Aadhya #Sitara #SarileruNeekkevvaru @iamRashmika."

Mahesh Babu often shares adorable videos and photos of his daughter Sitara, who he fondly calls as Sita papa. Each of his posts has thrilled fans and they were widely circulated on social media. Her latest video shared by Shreyas Media oozes with an extra dose of cuteness and Prince fans can not afford to miss this footage of Sita papa.

Sarileru Neekevvaru is an action drama about an Indian army officer, who saves a sincere professor being killed by a minister. Mahesh Babu, Vijayashanti and Prakash Raj have played these key roles in the film, which has been written and directed by Anil Ravipudi and produced by Anil Sunkara and Dil Raju.

Released on January 11, Sarileru Neekevvaru opened to stupendous response and impressed the filmgoers. The movie has reportedly collected over Rs 130 crore gross at the worldwide box office in the first week. The movie is estimated to have earned nearly Rs 100 crore to its distributors, who have spent Rs 103 crore on its global theatrical rights.