Samantha Akkineni changes her name on social media after split with Naga ChaitanyaTollywood
Amid all the speculations of her split with Naga Chaitanya, she had changed her name only to ‘S’ on social media. Now when the news of their divorce is public, the star has immediately gone back to be known as simply ‘Samantha’
The divorce of Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Naga Chaitanya has left the entire cinema industry in shock. The Southern film industry is shaken with the news of their upcoming divorce. In addition, Samantha Akkineni, has changed her name on social media. The name Akkineni was their family name and she has now changed it to just Samantha.
The reason for their divorce is still not known to the public. She decided to change her name in social media to just ‘Samantha’. This change makes a huge statement; – the actress has toiled hard and deserves to be known by her name alone. Earlier amid all the speculations of her split with Naga Chaitanya, she had changed her name only to ‘S’ on social media. Now when the news of their divorce is public, the star has immediately gone back to be known as simply ‘Samantha’.
A shocking separation
Tollywood’s star couple, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Naga Chaitanya had announced that they’ve separated on social media. This confirmed that their marriage is on a decline. Fans and well wishers had replied with concern and shock. Everyone hoped that the couple would find ways to reconcile. The couple married in October of 2017, with both Christian and Hindu rites.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Naga Chaitanya were considered one of the most glamorous couples on the big screen. They also gave couple goals to all young couples everywhere. Their abrupt separation is something people are still grappling with.
Reactions from film industry
Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma commented on Samantha and Naga Chaitanya’s split saying that divorce is should be a reason to celebrate and not mourn. RGV added that the big fat Indian weddings should be reconsidered. They are too exhaustive and long. He hilariously said that most marriages don’t last more than the number of days they celebrate the event.