Samantha Ruth Prabhu On Her Separation With Naga Chaitanya, Actress Thought She Would Die

Popular South Indian actress, Samantha Ruth Prabhu opened up about her separation with her ex-husband, Naga Chaitanya, in her latest heart-to-heart interview.


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Samantha Ruth Prabhu On Her Separation With Naga Chaitanya, Actress Thought She Would Die

Tollywood's once power couple, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Naga Chaitanya had tied the nuptial knot on October 6, 2017, in a two-day destination wedding in Goa. Naga and Samantha were often regarded as one of the most admired couples in the showbiz world.

However, sadly, it was on October 2, 2021, when an official note from Samantha and Naga had broken a billion hearts in split seconds as the actress had confirmed the reports of her separation with Naga Chaitanya. The news had shocked the entire film industry and left their die-hard fans in tears. Now, after some months of her separation from Naga Chaitanya, the actress talked about the kind of emotions she had experienced after her and Naga's separation.

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In an interview with Filmfare, Samantha Ruth Prabhu was asked to open up about her and Naga Chaitanya's separation that had left their massive fanbase and the whole nation in shock. Reacting to this, the stunning actress stressed on the thought that no matter how bad the situations are, one has to keep going forward. She said:

"It's ok if you are having a bad day, vocalise it, understand it, as soon as you accept that you're going through something half the work is done. It's when we don't want to accept it and we are fighting it it's a never-ending battle. But when you accept when you vocalise 'this is my issue, so what now? I still have to live my life'."

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In the same interview, Samantha Ruth Prabhu also revealed that when she had started thinking about her separation with her ex-husband, Naga Chaitanya, she was worried whether she would just crumble or die. However, the actress added that as for now, she is extremely proud of herself as a person after she had found her true strength. She explained:

"I know I'm still going to live my life and with all the issues that I now faced in my personal life, I was surprised at how strong I was. I thought I was a much weaker person. I thought that with my separation, I would crumble and die. I didn't think I was capable of being this strong...Today I'm very very proud of how strong I'm because I really didn't know I was."

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In an interview with the Elle Magazine, Samantha Ruth Prabhu had opened up about the spiritual journey she had undergone after her separation from her ex-husband, Naga Chaitanya. Talking about the same, she had said:

"It was everything I hoped it would be, and more. Something just changes in you forever. I feel God has given me just the right amount of strength to continue. I even started meditating during the lockdown."


Going further in the interview, Samantha Ruth Prabhu had talked about the trolling on social media that she had to face after announcing her separation from Naga Chaitanya and how she was hurt to get such hatred. She had added:

"I don't demand unconditional acceptance. I encourage people to have different opinions but we can still love and have compassion for each other. I would only request them to express their disappointment in a more civilised way."


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On the professional front, Samantha Ruth Prabhu will be next seen in critically-acclaimed director, Gunasekhar's film, Shaakuntalam.

Cover and Images Courtesy: Samantha Ruth Prabhu