Tollywood star couple Samantha and Naga Chaitanya are on a romantic sojourn in the US. It will be a two week break and they will be back home on April 16.
Samantha made her debut in the Telugu film industry with the Gautham Menon directorial Ye Maaya Chesave and it was on the sets of this film that she met her husband and actor Naga Chaitanya for the first time. Their friendship soon turned into love and the couple got married last year.
In a pic posted on Instagram, Samantha had posted a selfie with her husband Naga Chaitanya with the caption: “Usually hate selfies but this had to be done .. Central Park .. where it all began. 8 years ago.. Thankyou for the magic ..just had to come back and say Thankyouuu ️ #whatsmeanttobewillbe #lovewillfindaway #NewyorkNewyork #familyiseverything #chaylove #happilyeverafter #YMC.”
Incidentally, Samantha also won the coveted Nandi Award and the Filmfare Awards South for Best Actress and Best Female Debut Award for Ye Maaya Chesave. The film was the Telugu version of Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaya which had Simbu and Trisha as the lead pair.
Samantha is basking in glory over the success of her latest film release Rangasthalam in which she shared screen space with Ram Charan. The film hit the silver screens on March 30 and took a massive opening across the globe. Its box office collection has been good and it is well on its way to becoming a blockbuster hit.
Samantha and Chai are all set to play onscreen lovers again. The hit pair are joining hands for the fourth time, this time for a romantic entertainer which will be written and directed by Shiva Nirvana who made an impressive debut with the breezy romantic entertainer hit Ninnu Kori.
Samantha’s next film release may be the multilingual Mahanati / Nadigayar Thilagam, which is a biopic on the legendary actor Savitri. According to reports, she plays a journalist in the film and the story is told from her perspective. She also has Seema Raja, U Turn remake and Super Deluxe in different stages of production.
(Content provided by Digital Native)