Samantha Ruth Prabhu is a Actor and Scriptwriter Indian born on 28 april 1987 at Chennai (Inde)
Samantha Ruth Prabhu
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Birth name Samantha Ruth PrabhuNationality IndeBirth 28 april 1987
(32 years) at Chennai (Inde
Filmfare Awards South
Samantha Ruth Prabhu (born 28 April 1987) is an Indian actress and model, who acts in Telugu and Tamil films. Samantha was raised in Chennai and pursued a career in modelling during her late teens. Despite signing up to Ravi Varman's Moscowin Kavery in 2007, her first release was the critically acclaimed 2010 Telugu romance film, Ye Maaya Chesave directed by Gautham Menon, which fetched her the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South and a Nandi Award. In mid 2012, Samantha started a charity organization named Pratyusha Support for underprivileged women and children.
In 2013, Samantha became the second actress after Revathi to win both the Filmfare Award for Best Tamil Actress and the Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actress in the same year, for the films Neethaane En Ponvasantham and Eega, respectively. She received the SIIMA Award for Best Actress for Attarintiki Daredi in 2014. In 2015 she received best actress award in CineMAA awards for the Telugu film Manam and for the same film she received best actress award at SIIMA Awards 2015.The SIIMA award was collected by her co-star in the film Nagachaitanya on behalf of her.
In an interview with The Times of India in 2012, Samantha revealed that she was "deeply in love and quite happy in her relationship". She stated, "He and I are very strong and I am very happy". However the actress refused to reveal future plans. She is a close friend of costume designer Neeraja Kona. In January 2015, Samantha announced break up, but with whom was not known. She did not reveal it. She said she will only concentrate on her movies.Samantha has said in many interviews that because of luck she is successful in the industry but her hardwork can be seen in her films. Samantha says she will quit films if she doesn't get good roles.