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Sangati Jogwar

Samantha Akkineni is undoubtedly one of the topmost South Indian actresses as of now. However, when it comes to grabbing pan India projects in Bollywood movies, Sam has been left behind. Southern divas like Pooja Hegde, Rakul Preet Singh, and Rashmika Mandanna are already doing multiple Bollywood movies.

On the other hand, the Oh! Baby actress only has 1 OTT release in Hindi- The Famil Man 2 with Manoj Bajpayee. Even that has been delayed a bit. However, she is now taking a cue from the rest of the South Indian actresses and has started bonding with the current A-listers in B-town like Vicky Kaushal, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Anushka Sharma.

Kareena Kapoor Khan Acknowledged Love From Samantha Akkineni

On the eve of International Women's Day Kareena Kapoor Khan who delivered her second baby recently shared the first picture of her baby boy. As expected Bebo received lots of heartwarming reactions from her fans, followers, and close friends on the post.

Incidentally, she also received lots of love from none other than Samantha Akkineni who shared the same picture on her account along with a few heart emojis. Surprisingly, the Good Newwz actress took notice of this gesture from Tollywood's queen and made it a part of her Insta--story.

Kareena shared Samanthas post on second child.

Samantha also reacted to the International Women's post by Virat Kohli for his wife and daughter Anushka Sharma and Vamika respectively. In response to Virat's elaborate note, the Southern beauty wrote,  "Dead" followed by several joyful emoticons.

She even promptly responded to Raazi star Vicky Kaushal's #dontrushchallenge. Samantha wrote, "@vickykaushal09 made us do it !! A huge shoutout to this incredible woman @anushaswamy. give me one year l’ll get to where you are 🤪😊.. Show her some love❤️ #dontrushchallenge."

Slowly it seems this Tollywood beauty is now bonding with the big names in Bollywood. It may certainly help her get some good projects from the B-town filmmakers.

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