Tollywood’s it-couple Naga Chaitanya and Samantha are all set to set screens ablaze with their chemistry for the first time since tying the knot in Shiva Nirvana’s upcoming film, and they seem to be having a whale of a time working together.
“Since we’re both working on the same film, we get home at the same time. And though she leaves a little earlier than I do in the morning, we get to spend so much time together on set,” says Chaitanya, adding, “In the film, we quarrel all the time, but in real life we never do. So it’s a bit difficult to enact those scenes.”
The actor is also thrilled that his wife is setting an example for actresses by continuing to work after marriage.
“Luckily, she’s got some very good projects, and most of her roles are being appreciated. I am happy that she is continuing to act,” he says.
Over a year after settling into married life, ask him if anything has changed for him and Chaitanya responds, “Not much has changed, but I’ve become a better human being. I have been able to balance work and my personal life, and with the presence of a partner, I am stronger and better prepared to face the ups and downs.”
Meanwhile, the actor’s film Savyasachi directed by Chandoo Mondeti, is slated for release this Friday, and he seems rather confident that it will be well-received.
Explaining what the film is about, he says, “It’s a new point that talks of how the vanishing twin syndrome gives the left side of his body, specifically his left hand, special powers.”
Going by a poster, the actor seems to be playing the mythological character of Arjuna in the film. He explains, “Yes, there is a small skit in the film in which I play Arjuna.”
Savyasachi also features Madhavan, a favourite among Telugu audiences, and Chay says that he had a great time working with him.