Samantha Ruth Prabhu acknowledged that South Indian actors once struggled to afford expensive clothing.
Today, Samantha Ruth Prabhu doesn’t require an introduction. The actress has delivered some intense performances that have shown her talent as a good artist. The actress recently disclosed that there was a point when she and other actresses from the South weren’t treated with respect. She is currently preparing for her much-anticipated film Shaakuntalam.
One of the major actresses who has established a reputation for herself in the profession is Sam, who is admired and appreciated by many. The actress is renowned for voicing her mind and for having a humble demeanor. The actress doesn’t miss an opportunity to share her sincere confessions. She recently talked about how the South industry has advanced and had an impact on the public, but only a few years ago, everything was very different.
In an interview with Gulte, Samantha Ruth Prabhu acknowledged the strides the South’s entertainment sector has made in recent years, but she also shared that there was a time when South performers weren’t given the respect they deserved. She said, “It’s absolutely wonderful. Sometimes, we South actors couldn’t source garments from the designers because they were like, ‘Who are you?’ South actor? What South?” The actress further added, “We have come a long way from there, haven’t we? This inclusivity is quite amazing, and we’re finally where we should be.”
Samantha Ruth Prabhu, who rose to fame after performing in a unique dance sequence in the movie Pushpa, also acknowledged that her career has experienced many ups and downs. While admitting this, she also said that she always planned for the worse, which was to her advantage.
For those who are unaware, Samantha Ruth Prabhu was battling with her divorce from her ex-husband Naga Chaitanya when she received the news that she had an autoimmune disease last year.