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Samantha Ruth Prabhu's lunch outing with friend Vijay Deverakonda in Turkey
Kushi
Image Credit: Instagram/Samantha Ruth Prabhu

Samantha Ruth Prabhu's lunch outing with friend Vijay Deverakonda in Turkey

| @indiablooms | 01 Jun 2023, 06:37 pm

South Indian film stars Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Vijay Deverakonda are all set for their upcoming Telugu film Kushi, where the pair will feature together for the second time onscreen.

On Thursday, Samantha, who is presently shooting in Turkey, raised a toast for his friend Vijay as the two were spotted having lunch together.

Samantha herself dropped the picture on her personal Instagram profile. In the picture, Samantha was seen with joy while Vijay looked more calm and poised.

Samantha's post comes with a caption which reads, "Sees you at your best, sees you at your worst. Sees you come last, sees you come first. Sees your lows, sees your highs. Some friends gently standby. What a year it has been!!"

The shooting for romantic drama Kushi was earlier postponed as Samantha underwent a medical condition. Samantha had said she was suffering from a rare auto-immune disease called Myositis.

Samantha was last seen in Shaakuntalam, which failed to garner good numbers in the box office in a much similar scenario of Vijay's previous work Liger, which co-starred Ananya Panday.

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