Varun Dhawan comes to Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s defense, read details

South Indian actresses have a huge fan following not just in southern states but also across the nation. Most of the time, the super-hit movies of South films get dubbed into other languages. As a result, fans across the nation enjoy watching their acting.

South Indian actresses have often been involved in top-quality movies. Every now and then, we have been witnessing blockbuster movies from the South film industry. Among the actresses, Samantha Ruth Prabhu is one of the most-experienced and most-successful actresses.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu is a popular Indian actress who carved out a reputation for herself in the Tollywood and Kollywood film industries. The pan-India actress is also a recipient of several awards, including four Filmfare Awards South, six South Indian International Movie Awards and two Andhra Pradesh State Nandi Awards.

Samantha has been constantly battling a rare disease “Myositis”. The main symptoms are weak, painful or aching muscles and the journey hasn’t been that good for the actress but she is never giving up. The rare disease usually gets worse, slowly over time. However, Samantha is not giving up as she is still fighting the disease.

Varun Dhawan comes to Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s defense

Recently, a user tweeted on Samantha Ruth Prabhu, saying that she has lost all her charm owing to her auto immune disease myositis. The user wrote, “Feeling sad for Samantha. She lost all her charm and glow. When everyone thought she came out of divorce strongly and her professional life is seeing heights, myositis hit her badly, making her weak again.”

To which, Samantha replied, “”I pray you never have to go through months of treatment and medication like I did…And here’s some love from me to add to your glow.”

Meanwhile, Varun Dhawan came to Samantha’s defense by saying, “U don’t feel bad abt anything u just care about clickbait. Feel bad for u son. Also glow is available in Instagram filters. Just meet Sam trust me she was glowing.”