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“One Of Those Days”: When Samantha Ruth Prabhu Painted To “Heal And Bring People Together”


'One Of Those Days': When Samantha Ruth Prabhu Painted To 'Heal And Bring People Together'

Samantha Ruth Prabhu shared this photo. (Image courtesy: samantharuthprabhuoffl)


  • Samantha shared a picture of herself on Tuesday
  • She can be seen covered in paint colours in the picture
  • She painted for an art project

New Delhi:

Samantha Ruth Prabhu has filled our day with bright hues. Are you curious to know what it is? Her social media posts spill the beans. There, Samantha is effortlessly wielding a paintbrush. We are stunned to see the beautiful abstract art that Samantha paints on a wall. Her caption is a boost of motivation for us. She wrote, “One of those days. If you hear a voice within you say “you cannot paint”, then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced.”

Samantha Ruth Prabhu was a part of HopeKosmos, an Art Project to pay a “tribute to people affected by COVID-19”. She added in her caption, “The project aims to engage with the community and use art as a medium to heal and bring people together and promote hope.”

Many of Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s friends praised her artwork. Actress Lakshmi Manchu commented, “I’m so glad you got to go and have fun, baby.” Aashritha Daggubati, daughter of actor Daggubati Venkatesh, wrote, “Be free and paint.”

Here is a snapshot of Samantha Ruth Prabhu happily posing in front of her artwork.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu also shared photos and videos from her painting session on Instagram Stories. In a video, we see her smearing some yellow paint over brushstrokes of blue.


Samantha Ruth Prabhu did not budge from using her hand as a painting tool for the dreamy artwork. We see her doing that in one of her photos.


The South beauty also posed for the camera with some of her friends and other participants in the programme.


Only a few days ago, we saw Samantha Ruth Prabhu exploring Rishikesh. The actress paid a visit to the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s ashram, also known as the Beatles ashram. In her caption, Samantha wrote, “To stand where the Beatles once did. At Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s ashram where they practised ‘Transcendental Meditation’ and wrote some of their famous songs. 48 of them … I mean.” She added the hashtag “fangirl forever” and “the Beatles in Rishikesh” among others.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu will next appear in Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal and Shaakuntalam.