Samantha Ruth Prabhu is presently basking within the success of her newest Tamil launch, Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kadhal, a romantic comedy, additionally that includes Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi. On Tuesday, she took to twitter to reply to a video wherein a number of fans will be seen saying they watched Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kadhal just for Samantha, and so they couldn’t take their eyes off of her character, Khatija. Read extra: Samantha Ruth Prabhu features on magazine cover, says earlier she lacked ‘courage’ to do ‘sexy song or hard-core action’

Directed by Vignesh Shivn, Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kadhal is a romantic comedy, wherein each Samantha and Nayanthara are in a relationship with Vijay Sethupathi, on the identical time. The movie, regardless of being slammed by a piece of the viewers for overtly endorsing polyamory, went on to gross over Rs. 50 crore in Tamil Nadu alone.

Sharing a video about Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kadhal, which was initially tweeted by a fan, Samantha mentioned it made her day.“Aiiiiiiiiii this made my day. Love love loveeeeeee you tooooooooo (sic),” Samantha wrote, quoting the video clip.

In the video, a fan mentioned: “Even although I work in a voice-related career, I screamed my lungs out for Khatija, with out fearing I’ll damage my voice. I took a video of her and solely noticed her on display. She just mesmerized everybody with just her eyes. A variety of boys have mentioned they’ve watched the movie just for Samantha. As ladies, we are saying that we just got here to watch the film for Sam (sic).”

Samantha is presently capturing in Kashmir for her upcoming Telugu romantic comedy Kushi, which additionally stars Vijay Deverakonda. The mission marks their second collaboration after Mahanati.Sheis additionally wanting ahead to the discharge of upcoming magnum opus, Shakuntalam.In 2020,talking on the launch of the film,Samanthasaid that this will probably be her dream mission and dream position. She has teamed up with filmmaker Gunasekhar for the primary time on this mission.

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