Telugu superstar Nagarjuna Akkineni turned 60 recently, and went to Spain with his family including Naga Chaitanya, Samantha, Akhil and some of his close friends to celebrate his birthday. Now, daughter-in-law Samantha Prabhu shared a video on her Instagram, which seemed to be from the birthday celebration of Nagarjuna Akkineni. The Akkinenis were seen having a good time in the shared images.
Now, Samantha has shared a new video on her Instagram handle which seemed to be from the birthday celebration of Nagarjuna. In the video, we can see the actress dancing her heart out to the tunes of 'We Will Rock You’, while her husband is pretending to be as enthusiastic as her. She captioned it as, "I love you for always pretending to be as enthusiastic as I am."
Coming back to their love story, in an interview, Samantha had revealed it took them eight years to realise the love for each other. She had shared, "It took us eight years to be at the same point. Because there were times when I really liked him and he was not in that space. And there were times when we wanted to work it out, but external factors. It took us a very long time to be in the same space."
In an interview with Famously Filmfare, Naga Chaitanya had talked about Samantha, and had said, "I think there was a point when we both were single. We hung out more than normal. So, automatically things started building between us. I was also mentally looking to settle down. I always looked forward to having a family. So, all those thoughts started flowing in my head and she was right there in front of me. So, I was like she is a known devil (chuckles). I know all her mischief and I am fine with them."
He had further added, "They say it is the best thing to marry your best friend. I believe if personal life is balanced, work, money and everything else just fall into place. That is my religion. My biggest priority is to keep that balance at home. My wife should be happy. My family should be happy. If I see a smile on their face, I can go to work happily and make money."