It might not be an exaggeration to call the hot and happening Samanta, the undisputed queen of Tollywood.It has been quite a while in Tollywood that an actress has seen success of such heights. Almost every film that she featured, has turned out to become a huge blockbuster.
Samanta has stormed into the hearts of Telugu audience, with the super hit Ye Maaya Chesave. Out of the five blockbusters churned out in the recent past, Samanta featured in almost all of them. Eega, Dookudu, SVSC, Attarintiki Daaredi and the recently released Manam are some of the colossal hits that she has given.
She has not only acted opposite the top stars, but has made a name for herself with her stunning looks and mature acting skills. Even in the recently released Manam, Samanta stole the limelight with her stunning performance. The way she went about two different characters, showed her true caliber in a real way.
No wonder she is the undisputed queen of Tollywood, and every film maker is making a bee line to sign her for their films. Being a non Telugu, she picked up the language quite well, and is mostly seen giving all her speeches in Telugu. She has gone on to become an fashion icon for the youth, and is probably the only actress who carries out the western and Indian looks quite brilliantly.
Samanta has become an huge inspiration for upcoming actresses, and the other side of her personality, has also come out as he is associated with a lot of charity work. She has helped several organizations for their charity causes, and has shelled a lot of her own money.
In this day and age of big bucks, and brand endorsements, Samanta has made it to the top and has left all her contemporaries far behind. She has a massive fan following equivalent of a male star, and is the true star in every light.
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