Samantha Ruth Prabhu Is Focussing On Her Movie Career After Her Divorce From Naga Chaitanya

Samantha-Naga Chaitanya Divorce: Samantha Ruth Prabhu, who was in the news due to her divorce with Naga Chaitanya Akkineni, has now started focusing on her career. According to media reports, Samantha is busy signing many projects these days. Samantha’s upcoming film will be Shakuntalam which is a Telugu film.

Samantha's focus on career after divorce from Naga Chaitanya, signing films one after the other

Apart from this, she will also be seen in a Telugu film named “Kaathu Vaakulla Rendu Kaadhal”. She will be seen playing the role of Shakuntala in Shakuntalam. The film is based on the popular Indian play Shakuntala by Kalidas. The writer, director and producer of the film is Gunasekhar. The shooting of the film has been completed and the post production work is going on now. Samantha has signed another female-centric project in Telugu itself, the shooting of which is going to start from November itself. Apart from South’s projects, Samantha has also signed Hindi projects, one of which she is going to make an official announcement soon.

Samantha's focus on career after divorce from Naga Chaitanya, signing films one after the other

The makers of Samantha’s debut Hindi film are busy finalizing the rest of the star cast of the film these days. Samantha received a lot of praise for her work in The Family Man 2, so now she is focusing more and more on Hindi projects. According to media reports, he has also bought a flat here to focus on his Bollywood career by staying in Mumbai. However, in the past, Samantha had made it clear in the Ask Me Anything session of Instagram that she would never leave Hyderabad because she has got success in life only by staying there.

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