Samantha Ruth Prabhu posted a remark from spiritual leader Dalai Lama about kindness, calmness, and stillness. Fans wondered if she was referring to her ex-husband Naga Chaitanya in her message.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu teased her followers with a series of cryptic tweets about her kindness, tranquilly, and stillness. She also remarked in another tweet that kindness has a shelf life. Samantha just revealed the title of her next project, which would star Vijay Deverakonda.
Samantha’s first tweet included a quotation from spiritual leader Dalai Lama. “Don’t ever confuse my silence for ignorance, my serenity for acceptance, or my kindness for weakness,” she wrote. “Kindness might have an expiry date,” she noted in a retweet.
Twitter users started guessing the reason behind Samantha’s tweet. One fan commented, “Whatsapp forward message max.” Another one wrote, “Account hacked,” while one said that it was an “indirect warning for someone.” One asked, “Why do people say these things aloud? Sounds childish to me.” One internet user compared Samantha’s tweet to filmmaker Ram Gopal Verma’s and said, “These day @Samanthaprabhu2 is turning into @RGVzoomin. Not able to understand her tweets at all…from next time #samantha has to mention ‘only for intellectuals’.” Pointing at her ex-husband Naga Chaitanya, another one asked, “Is this because of Chay?”
Last month, Samantha unfollowed Naga on Instagram and shared a cryptic quote on her Instagram Stories. It read, “Sometimes, the strength within isn’t a big fiery flame for all to see. Sometimes, it’s just a tiny spark that whispers ever so softly ‘keep going, you got this.’”
Samantha and Naga were engaged in a ceremony in Hyderabad in January 2017, and they married in Goa on October 6 that year, first according to Hindu traditions and then according to Christian ones the next day. On October 2, 2021, they announced their divorce in a joint statement.
Samantha made her acting debut in Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise, in which she sang the song Oo Antava. With the film The Arrangements of Love, directed by Philip John, the actor will make her worldwide debut.