New Delhi: Samantha Ruth Prabhu is currently basking in the glory of her recently released film ‘Yashoda’, that has truly left the audience impressed with her performance. As the actress brought her action avatar in the film, it is indeed a result of the tough training that she went in to bring out the best of herself.
While the actress went into tough training for the film, today, she took to her social media and shared a BTS of her action sequences from her blockbuster film. In the BTS video, she can be seen going out and out for her prep and was pretty much badass throughout the action sequences.
Check out the BTS video shared by Samantha here:
Samantha has made a lasting impact on the audience’s minds with the release of ‘Yashoda’. It’s impressive how effortlessly the actress has portrayed a very sensitive yet fierce role. While the actress went into tough training with her trainer Junaid Shaikh, she takes a moment to thank him for finally giving her a much-deserved favorite Jalebi’s.
Taking to her social media, the actress shared a picture with her trainer Junaid Shaikh while he offered her favorite Jalebis along with a video of her training as a celebration of Yashoda’s success and the action scenes. She wrote the caption –
“@junaid.shaikh88 has never ever thought I did enough to deserve my favourite Jalebi 😍
But today he did, to celebrate Yashoda’s success 🏻 and especially the action scenes ☺️
The last few months you have been among the few people who has seen it all.. my lowest of lows… through the weakness, through the tears, through the high dose steroid therapies… through it all. You didn’t let me give up.. and I know you won’t let me ever give up.
From Raji of ‘Family Man’ to her dance number in ‘Pushpa’, with every performance, Samantha has taken it up like a challenge to portray a wide range of emotions. It doesn’t come as a shocker to see the star going out and out for another role.
With ‘Yashoda’ now released, she is all set to be seen in ‘Kushi’, ‘Shaakuntalam’, ‘Citadel’ and another Hollywood project next as well.