Samantha Ruth Prabhu rubbished the reports of her quitting her Bollywood project a few weeks ago, and now the news of the actress walking out of Raj & DK’s Indian spin-off of Citadel, which also stars Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan. This upcoming film, set to release on Prime Video, is touted as a “local original spy series.” It is backed by AGBO, the production house of the popular Hollywood filmmaker duo, the Russo Brothers.
The Oo Antava actress, unfortunately, is no longer a part of Raj and DK’s online series, as per reports from Siasat.com. The South Carolina beauty was allegedly paired with Varun Dhawan in Citadel’s Indian spinoff. It has been reported that the actress apparently dropped out of the series due to her health issues.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu has also been instructed to totally disengage from the spotlight for the next three months, according to the source. However, there has been no formal word from her side on the subject.
The cast of the worldwide edition of the series includes Priyanka Chopra, Richard Madden, and Stanley Tucci.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu is still recovering from Myositis
The actress announced earlier this year that she was suffering from myositis. Previously, it was believed that she was going to take a prolonged vacation from acting until her recovery. Later, her management team explained the situation, stating the actress may only be allowed to begin filming for her Bollywood projects in May 2023, owing to some unexpected problems.
Samantha’s team also disclosed that she would begin filming with Vijay Deverakonda for her upcoming romantic movie, Kushi, in January.
The actress previously appeared in Yashoda, in which her act was highly praised by critics and the audience. Now, you will see her in the mythological drama Shakuntalam alongside Dev Mohan. She also has Kushi in her kitty and a Bollywood project produced by actress Taapse Pannu.
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