Amid reports that Samantha quit the Bollywood project Citadel alongside Barun Dhawan due to her health, rumors swirled that Sam would take a long break from work after being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called myositis. connected to speculation.
However, a source close to the actress has denied the rumors and plans to begin filming for the same in late January 2023, according to PinkVilla’s report.
PinkVilla said, “Everything written about her replacement at the Citadel is garbage. She will start filming later in January.”
Sam’s next film with Vijay Deverakonda, titled Kushi, is also on track, according to reports, and the team will be finalizing dates for the film’s next schedule soon.
Directed by Raj and DK, Citadel is the Indian version of the International series originally created by director duo Russo Brothers.
Announcing the shooting of the series, the Russo brothers and Raj and DK tweeted about it, writing: January 2023.
Can’t wait to start Citadel India..a not-so-regular spy story featuring a very versatile character @Varun_dvnin a global event series conceived by Oh So Fabulous #RussoBrothers!@menonshita @PrimeVideoIN @agbo_films @Amazon Studios @d2r_films
Stay tuned for the next announcement! pic.twitter.com/hltl8ASr8u
— Raj & DK (@rajndk) December 20, 2022
Meanwhile, the release date for Samantha’s mythical project Shaakuntalam was finally announced today. The epic love story is set to hit theaters on 17th February 2023 in his five languages: Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam.