South Indian actresses have a massive 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.
She is an Indian actress who primarily works in the Telugu and Tamil film industries. She was born on April 28, 1987, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Samantha made her acting debut in 2010 with the Telugu film “Ye Maaya Chesave,” which was directed by Gautham Menon. She then went on to appear in several critically acclaimed and commercially successful films, such as “Neethaane En Ponvasantham,” “Eega,” “Manam,” “Theri,” “Mersal,” and “Rangasthalam,” among others.
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 replies to producer who declared her career is finished after Shaakuntalam failure!
Meanwhile, Samantha Ruth Prabhu made the headlines after she gave a savage reply to the producer who declared her career is finished after Shaakuntalam failure.
The producer Chitti Babu made a shocking comment about Samantha’s career. He further added that the actress is trying to “gain sympathy” by opening up about her myositis diagnosis as “the heroine is finished and she cannot get back to stardom again”.
Chitti Babu was quoted by On Manorama as saying, ““Every time sentiment will not work. If the role and film are good, people will watch. All these are cheap and insane acts. I wonder how Samantha, who lost her her heroine status, is suited for the role of Shakuntala. I do not have any interest in Shaakuntalam.”
Samantha took to her Instagram story and posted a screenshot from a Google search. The actor searched for, “How do people have hair growing from ears” and the search engine answered it by saying due to ‘increased ‘testosterone’. She shared it with the hashtag, “#IYKYK (If you know, you know)”.