Samantha upset over Naga Chaitanya and Sai Pallavi's Love Story Movie


Naga Chaitanya, the son of southern film superstar Nagarjuna, and his daughter-in-law Samantha are in the news. Whether it's the royal wedding of Samantha Naga Chaitanya or their various photos and videos on social media after that .. the couple is always in the news. A few days ago, Samantha celebrated her birthday. 

This birthday she got a chance to see her husband’s upcoming movie. In this film, Naga Chaitanya and 'Premam' fame actress Sai Pallavi are working together. However, Samantha has expressed her displeasure over the film of these two.

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According to the Bollywood Life website, Samantha did not like Naga-Chaitanya and Sai Pallavi's 'Love-Story' at all. Samantha saw 80% of the edited parts of the film. She expressed the view that Sai Pallavi was given more importance than Naga Chaitanya in this whole area. She lamented that her husband's role did not get proper justice.

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It remains to be seen whether Samantha's views will be taken into account. Samantha and Naga-Chaitanya have worked together in films like 'Majili' and 'Manam'. Sai Pallavi also has a craze in southern cinema. Fans will also be eager to see the onscreen chemistry of Sai and Naga Chaitanya.

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