One of the best actresses in the South Indian cinema business is Samantha Ruth Prabhu. After giving an outstanding performance in the Pushpa: The Rise song Oo Antava Oo Oo Antava, the actress became well-known throughout the country. On Friday, April 28, the actress turned 36, and messages of congratulations from her followers and famous people flooded her inbox. One admirer, though, attracted notice when he chose to observe the important day in an unconventional way. A shrine was constructed for the actress by Tenali Sandeep, a fan from the Andhra Pradesh hamlet of Alapadu in the Bapatla district.
The actress is memorialized at the temple. A crimson saree and a green blouse are worn by the statue. Numerous supporters from the area came to the inaugural ceremony on Samantha's birthday. To commemorate the actress' birthday, Tenali unveiled the statue and cut a cake.
There are now rumors that Tenali spent Rs 5 lakh building the temple premises in his home. According to Tenali, his first intention was to build a bigger temple, but his financial situation prevented him from doing so. So he constructed a smaller temple rather than a larger one.
Tenali was inspired by Samantha's charitable activity in addition to her excellent acting talent. When speaking with the media, Tenali revealed that Samantha had taken the initiative to use a foundation to perform heart operations for needy kids. “Because of her modest upbringing, she constantly speaks up for those in need. This experience increased my affection for her double, he said.
Tenali also made a five-day journey to Tirumala, Ameen Peer Dargah, and Velankanni Church to pray for her health after the Shaakuntalam actor received a diagnosis of myositis and revealed it in October of last year.
Samantha is working on two projects at the moment. She has Kushi alongside Vijay Deverakonda and will be featured in the Indian version of Citadel with Varun Dhawan, a sequel to the international version of Citadel with Priyanka Chopra and Richard Madden.