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Samantha Ruth Prabhu admitted she was ‘forced to go public about’ myositis:As an option, I wouldn't have spoken it.
Mar 16, 2024 01:52 pm

Samantha Ruth Prabhu said she was "suffering from impostor syndrome" and worried "one day when I wake up, it would go away". Actor Samantha Ruth Prabhu said she was ‘forced to go public’ about her myositis. Samantha revealed her myositis before Yashoda's 2022 release. Samantha revealed she had "unhappy years" throughout her 14-year career. Samantha Ruth Prabhu announces she has Myositis. Samantha: "My illness was forced into the public eye. I had a female-focused picture to release. I was terribly ill then. Not ready, it was hard. Speculation and disinformation abounded. The film would die without my promotion, so the producers required me. I agreed to one interview. Obviously, I looked different. I was stabilized with heavy doses of medicine. I had to. I wouldn't have announced it if I could."The public called me pity queen. My acting and human growth have been immense. Early in my career, I was nervous and searched online for negative stories about myself. More individuals blamed me, and I questioned practically every thought. I was forced to become a prideful person. People in pain need a doorway to express it. I suppose social media is that doorway. Really, "she said. Samantha said she was "suffering from impostor syndrome" and feared "one day when I wake up, it would go away". She believed her illness prevented her from enjoying her career's biggest highs. The actress said she always credited others for her success. Samantha last appeared in Kushi with Vijay Deverakonda. Kushi, written and directed by Shiva Nirvana and produced by Mythri Movie Makers, opened in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam on September 1, 2023. Samantha will star alongside Varun Dhawan in Citadel's Indian remake. Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK invented it.