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Samantha lauds Nayanthara for Kolamaavu Kokila

The actor has showered praises on Nayanthara for her spunk in choosing female-oriented films

Published: 11th July 2018

In an industry known for professional rivalry, it is very rare to see celebrities complimenting their contemporaries in public. But Samantha Akkineni, who is known to share a great relationship with her fellow actors, has showered praises on Nayanthara for her spunk in choosing female-oriented films.

The actor took to Twitter to congratulate the team of Kolamaavu Kokila

Nayanthara, who has recently been choosing films that many female actors do not have the luxury to, will be seen as a drug-peddler in Nelson Dhilipkumar's Kolamaavu Kokila. The theatrical trailer of the film, which was unveiled by the makers last week, has clocked in more than 3 million views on YouTube.

Meanwhile, Samantha is awaiting the release of Seema Raja, U-Turn and Super Deluxe in Tamil. The actor is also rumoured to have given the nod to a Telugu film to be directed by Girisayya, a former associate of Arjun Reddy-fame Sandeep Reddy Vanga.

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