Samantha Ruth Prabhu made fun of the producer who said her career was finished after Shaakuntalam in an Instagram story.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu has proven her value as an actress over the years by putting in a lot of effort and hard work. However, a producer by the name of Chittibabu recently asserted that Sam’s career was gone after Shaakuntalam and that she employs “cheap tactics” to market her films. The actress was making fun of that producer, and it’s clear from her cryptic post that she was targeting him.
Samantha, a South diva who made her Bollywood debut in The Family Man 2, is currently broadening her horizons. She is now prepared for Varun Dhawan’s Hindi version of Citadel.
Reports of Chittibabu, a producer, criticizing Samantha Ruth Prabhu have been circulating for the past several days. Sam shared a snapshot from an old Instagram story revealing that she was looking up “How do people have hair growing from ears” on Google. Well, according to the internet, this is caused by “increased testosterone.” Samantha shared the picture with the caption “IYKYK” (if you know, you know), making fun of Chittibabu’s uncontrollable hair growth from his ears.
For the uninitiated, Chittibabu criticized Samantha Ruth Prabhu in an interview with Filmy Looks by saying, “Samantha performed Oo Antava item song in Pushpa The Rise after her divorce. She did it for financial reasons. She is accepting any offers she receives after losing her status as a star heroine. Her role as the protagonist is over, and she will never again be a famous person. She ought to keep going and accept the offers she receives.
Babu further added, “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 heroine status suited for the role of Shaakuntalam. I do not have any interest in Shaakuntalam.”
Sam had posted a mysterious message that could be interpreted as, “You can only do your karma, and can’t be the authority of it,” after this interview went viral. Karma shouldn’t be practiced for reward-seeking purposes.
Shaakuntalam, on the other hand, has already seen a loss of Rs 20 crore. Shaakuntalam reportedly cost Rs 60 crore to produce and was sold to a streaming juggernaut for Rs 35 crore, according to a report In addition to all of this, it is alleged that producer Dil Raju has asked satellite providers for Rs 15 crore in exchange for television streaming rights. However, because he was unable to seal the contract, he ended up losing more than Rs 20 crore.