Samantha Ruth Prabhu Starrer's film 'Yashoda' is hitting the screens across India this week. It features her in a never before seen avatar. The actress is seen as a pregnant surrogate who fights to bust illegal surrogacy rackets. She is battling with her autoimmune disease Myositis in real life. She shared her message with her fans that her fans are making her fight with Myositis feel worthwhile to her.
Samantha has opened up about her battle with Myositis and feels overwhelmed by the fan's support. She thanked all the fans for supporting, loving, and praying that she gets showered. She said she is on the path to recovery. It's her battle, but it is worth it because of her fans. She mentioned that she is getting strength and power from the character Yashoda she plays in her film.
She added to that by saying she learned a lot from these character experiences. The character has given her strength to deal with her problems, which is commendable. She says that this character has given her strength as her biggest takeaway.
Samantha will be seen doing stunts and action. For that, she did training for stunts and actions. Her action trainer Yannick Ben trained her, and Venkat ensured that stunts would be raw and real looking. She enjoyed doing stunts. Samantha mentioned working with Yannick Ben for 'The Family Man.' When she gets trained in boxing and kickboxing, she mentions that performing the stunt and actions requires too much training, practice, and rehearsals. She also mentioned that pregnancy would not be a difficulty for doing stunts.
She says she does not have a strong opinion about surrogacy pregnancy. According to her, it is the best option for parents who can not have a baby.