In addition to posting a photo of herself during a training session on “maintaining elegance and posture,” Samantha Ruth Prabhu also uploaded a video of her pet dog, Sasha.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu made fun of herself for attending workout sessions in order to appear graceful in her next movie Shakuntalam. If she had been graceful, she claimed she could have gotten some assistance from her pet dog Sasha. Samantha plays the title character in the film Shakuntalam, which is based on a drama by Kalidasa.
The hardest aspect of Shakuntalam was keeping grace and posture while walking, chatting, jogging, and even sobbing, Samantha wrote on Instagram as she shared a video of her pet laying on the couch and a photo of herself attempting to be elegant. And I am not a fan of grace (laughing emoji). Training sessions were required for it! Should have brought Sasha along, but that was obviously not her cup of tea. “Like mother, like daughter,” she added as a hashtag.
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“You got the finest grace and Sasha, she is vicious,” a fan wrote on her post. The Oscar belongs to (dog emoji), said another. “Uff ye andaz…. gajab” was another fan’s response, which means “what style, fantastic.” “It’s great to see you back in action,” a fan wished the actor for the movie. “Sam no one makes us giggle other than Sasha and her things,” read another reply.
The mythical drama Shakuntalam was written and directed by Gunasekhar. It is distributed by Sri Venkateswara Creations and produced by Neelima Guna through Gunaa Teamworks. Dev Mohan portrays Dushyanta, the monarch of the Puru Dynasty, while Samantha plays Shakuntala. In supporting parts, the movie also has Mohan Babu, Madhoo, Gautami, Aditi Balan, and Ananya Nagalla. On February 17, it will be available in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada as well as English.
Samantha recently took a flight to Mumbai, where she was sighted at the airport. After disclosing the information of her Myositis diagnosis, this was her first outing in public. Samantha had stated, “I was hoping to share this after it had gone into remission,” in an Instagram post from October of last year. However, it’s taking a bit longer than I had anticipated. I’m starting to understand that we don’t always have to put on a brave face. I’m still having a hard time accepting this vulnerability. The medical professionals are optimistic that I will soon make a full recovery.
I’ve had good days and horrible days, both physically and mentally, and even on the days when I feel like I can’t take another day like this, the feeling eventually passes. It must only indicate that I am one day closer to recovery, I suppose.