Still many are not aware of Samantha, the female lead star who is set out to rock the southern movie industries this year. The gorgeous girl debuted in Baana Kaathaadi with Atharvaa and later did Mascowin Kavery in Tamil cinema. Both the movies flunked in the box office and failed to earn a reputation for Samantha in Tamil cinema industry. However, Samantha has proven record of accomplishment in Telugu movie industry. It is her reputation in Tollywood, which has now shown her ways to unlock some awesome opportunities of acting in films under big directors like Mani Ratnam and Gautham Vasudev Menon. Yes! Samantha is now a part of Kadal, a Mani Ratnam directorial, and, she plays the female lead role in Gautham Vasudev Menon’s trilingual, Neethane En Ponvasantham in Tamil, starring opposite Jeeva.
Ask beautiful Samantha on how she feels to be a part of movies directed by great directors, she replies that these movies are important ones in her career. Speaking about her role in Neethane En Ponvasantham, she is all praise for the director Gautham Vasudev Menon. Since, the movie is a trilingual shot simultaneously in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi, eventually, Samantha ventures into the big Bollywood. The twenty five year old star, however, says that Bollywood is not her priority now. She adds that, instead of concentrating too much in Bollywood, she would always love to concentrate on southern movies.
Ask her on how she manages to pull out her role simultaneously in all three languages she says that Gautham Vasudev Menon is giving her all the support that she needs. She adds that Gautham wanted her to do the lead all three versions and she just agreed, as according to her, Gautham judges things correctly and he is the mentor for her too.
Question her about her role in the Mani Rantnam’s Kadal, Samantha gives us no clue. She says that it is not the right time to reveal anything about Kadal, or about her role in the movie. However, regarding her career, she says that this is an important year for her, as she is awaiting as much as twelve releases in southern cinema industries!