With A Aa.., her final film for the summer, releasing this Friday, Samantha is one relieved actress. Relieved, because she will get a break from the media.“If you open the paper, everyone is writing about ‘when is Samantha’s marriage and with whom?’ So I hope everything will stop for some time as this is my last film this summer,” says the actress with a laugh.
She adds that she will make an announcement about her marriage when it happens. “Yes, after marriage I want to continue acting,” she says when quizzed about it. About A Aa.., she says, “I have done serious films and intense romance. But this is the first time I am trying a comedy film. Thus, this is one of the most important films for me and you will see a new Samantha.”
“Director Trivikram has a great sense of humour and I just imitate him. The comedy is not loud but subtle. The humour is in the dialogues,” she adds. “Both, Nithiin and Trivikram are very close to me. The producer is like my family. So there is a bit of pressure about this film’s result,” she says. This is her third film with Trivikram and second with the producer.
When asked whether she is Trivikram’s muse, she insists she is everyone’s muse. “I am everyone’s muse — be it Trivikram or Vikram Kumar. I like to be comfortable with people I work with. So, I make it a point to work only with people I am comfortable with,” she says. Samantha is disappointed that Brahmotsavam didn’t do well. “Hits make me happy and flops make me sad. But at the end of the day it is the audience who decides a film’s fate,” she says.