Samantha Ruth Prabhu Claim’s Fear Of Being ‘Old News’: The Video for “You Can’t Ignore Me”

In 2022, Samantha Ruth Prabhu disclosed that she had received a diagnosis of myositis, an autoimmune disease. After that, the actress decided to put her health first and take a sabbatical from acting. She recently discussed the need to stay current and the dread of being “out of sight, out of mind.”

“Many roles, vapid some of them, just so that I’m there on every poster,” she stated in an interview with India Today. Every month, I have a movie release there. You cannot disregard me. Actresses pump into you the idea that your shelf life is limited. It is not affordable for you to take pauses or to disappear from view.

Even now, as I sit down to write this, I am saying, ‘No, I will not give up until I have an amazing product.'” I took a pause for a year, The possibility that I may disappear from view is a challenge and a source of worry. Perhaps I’m no longer relevant. I must therefore overcome my dread of becoming old news and just hold out for the miracle job—that is, the role that will be well worth the wait. I’ll wait for everything to come my way,” she murmured.

The actress recently shared her thoughts on her choice to take a year off from work. “It was the best decision because there’s no way I could have continued working,” she said in an interview with Femina. It’s difficult to manage the disease and the stress of job together. I’m very happy I allowed myself some time to heal after 13 years of nonstop work.

She last appeared with Vijay Deverakonda in Kushi. Her next appearance will be in Varun Dhawan’s Indian adaptation of Priyanka Chopra’s Citadel.

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