Actor Naga Chaitanya, who’s gearing up for the discharge of Tamil-Telugu bilingual movie Custody, has opened up concerning the high quality he actually likes in his ex-wife Samantha Ruth Prabhu in an interview. Chaitanya mentioned that he’s at all times been amazed by Samantha’s dedication. Additionally learn: Naga Chaitanya opens up on his failed marriage with Samantha Ruth Prabhu
He added that if Samantha Ruth Prabhu needs one thing, she’s going to go get it. Chaitanya and Samantha had been married for about 4 years. They introduced their separation on October 2, 2021.
In a promotional interview for Custody, Chaitanya was requested concerning the high quality he likes in Samantha. “Samantha… go-getter, hard worker. Her determination is amazing. If she wants something, she will go get it,” Chaitanya mentioned in an interview with Prema the Journalist. Talking concerning the movies that he preferred of her in current occasions, he talked about Oh Child! and the present Household Man 2.
In the identical interview, Chaitanya opened up on his failed marriage as effectively. When requested about how he sees his relationship with Samantha, he mentioned he solely has immense respect for that section.
“Whatever happened in my personal life with my marriage, that’s very unfortunate. But I have immense respect for that phase of my life. It is due to the media reportage and how they’ve portrayed everything by speculating and spreading rumours, the whole respect is lost, diminished in the public eye. This is what hurt me a lot,” Chaitanya mentioned.
Within the Venkat Prabhu-directed movie Custody, Chaitanya performs a police constable and he lately took out time to work together with some police constables in Hyderabad concerning the expertise of turning right into a cop. The venture marks Chaitanya’s foray into Tamil business. He has dubbed his personal traces in Tamil for the primary time.
In a press interplay, Chaitanya mentioned that he was excited to play a constable, a job that’s hardly ever explored in mainstream cinema. “It is a role that has not been explored much in recent times. Constables are fresh out of training and they have the fire in them to make a change. The future is in their hands,” he mentioned.