Samantha has taken a dig at ace directors and star heroes. In her first-ever interaction with media after her marriage, Sam has surprisingly thrown satires at a few of her previous films and indirectly on its directors, writers.
“In many of my (previous) films, I’m there throughout the films, but I don’t know why I’m there at all. Whereas, it is my special appearance in Raju Gari Gadhi 2. Yet it is very important role and I’m quite contented,” said Samantha.
Sam is not a new entrant to controversies. Earlier, Sam had raked up a debate when she made “regressive” comment on a still from Mahesh Babu and Kriti Sanon-starrer One-Nenokkadine. However, Mahesh and the film’s director Sukumar had taken it in their stride.
However, her latest remark on her own roles in her previous films set tongues wagging in T-town. Although she didn’t take any names directly, all those films that she had done earlier had made her what she is today. Anyways, in an attempt to highlight the prominence of her role in RGG-2, Sam seems to have crossed the line albeit unintentionally. Sometimes, it happens. Hope Sam didn’t mean disrespect towards the writers, directors of some of her films.