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Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s 14 years of journey! Nayanthara gives a big shout out saying ‘More power to…’

On the occasion of Samantha Ruth Prabhu's 14 years journey in the industry, one of her fans donated food to orphans

Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s 14 years of journey! Nayanthara gives a big shout out saying ‘More power to…’

Samantha Ruth Prabhu

Last Updated: 01.09 AM, Feb 26, 2024


Samantha Ruth Prabhu was already a well-established actress in South Indian cinema, but her performance in the dance number ‘Oo Antava Mawa..Oo Antava’ from the 2021 film Pushpa propelled her to nationwide fame. The song, which marked Samantha's first foray into sensual dance numbers, became a viral sensation within a few hours, amassing over 405 million views on YouTube and establishing her as a household name across India.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu's helping hand for others

Beyond acting, Samantha’s philanthropic side shines through her own NGO, Pratyusha Support, established in 2012 to provide medical aid to women and children. Earnings from endorsements, product launches, and inaugurations are generously directed towards the foundation. She further demonstrates her commitment to social causes by serving as the official ambassador for Telangana Handlooms, appointed by the state government.

Nayanthara'a wish

On the occasion of her 14 years of journey, another renowned South actress Nayanthara wished her success with a heartless note on Instagram. While sharing a beautiful picture of Samantha, Nayanthara congratulated the 36-year-old actress with a red heart emoji.

Nayanthara's wish
Nayanthara's wish

A fan of Samantha named Jegansammu donated food to orphan children in honour of the actress's 14 years of journey in the industry. The children even offered their blessings for her future endeavours. This heartwarming gesture highlights the positive influence Samantha has on her fans.

Samantha's fans' wishes
Samantha's fans' wishes

Samantha's great works

Samantha cemented her name in film history by becoming the second actress ever to win both the Filmfare Award for Best Tamil Actress and Best Telugu Actress in the same year, for her captivating performances in Neethaane En Ponvasantham (2012) and Eega (2012), respectively. Since then, she has strategically chosen leading roles in hero-centric films, ensuring box office success with projects like Dookudu (2011), Yeto Vellipoyindhi Manasu (2012), and family dramas such as Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (2012) and Attarintiki Daredi (2013).

Her Tamil film choices also proved fruitful, with commercially successful ventures like Kaththi (2014), Theri (2016), 24 (2016), and Mersal (2017). Notably, her performance in A Aa (2016) garnered critical acclaim and earned her a fourth Filmfare Award.

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