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Samantha Ruth Prabhu clicks selfie with fans while visiting Sri Padmavati Ammavaari Temple
Samantha Ruth Prabhu
Samanth Ruth Prabhu visits temple. Photo Courtesy: Screen grab from viral video on X platform

Samantha Ruth Prabhu clicks selfie with fans while visiting Sri Padmavati Ammavaari Temple

| @indiablooms | 04 Mar 2024, 04:07 pm

Fans were surprised on Monday (March 4, 2024) when they saw actress Samantha Ruth Prabhu visiting Sri Padmavati Ammavaari Temple in Tiruchanur.

Fans were surprised on Monday (March 4, 2024) when they saw actress Samantha Ruth Prabhu visiting Sri Padmavati Ammavaari Temple in Tiruchanur.

Fans have shared a video of the actress visiting the temple.

She was spotted clicking selfies with her followers.

Suresh PRO shared the video on X and wrote: "Actress #SamanthaRuthPrabhu visited Sri Padmavati Ammavaari Temple in Tiruchanur this morning."

With simple gold earrings and a bottu on her forehead, Samantha could be seen sporting a neutral-shade kurta-pyjama set during her visit to the temple.

Samantha was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition known as myositis in 2022.

She even took a break from work to focus on health.

She was last seen in the movie Kushi.

Samantha recently completed 14 years in the film industry.

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