According to report Samantha–Naga Chaitanya are set to get engaged tomorrow! It is undoubetdly one of the most awaited events of 2017. We are talking about the famous Sam-Chay here, one of Tollywood’s popular couples who have fans going crazy over them. Their’s is a typical friendhsip-turned romance but it is nothing short of a fairytale. they have been friends for the longest time now, who are taking their relationship to the next level. How exciting! Fans must be couting to this special day by the minute. Reportedly, the engagement will be a private affair attended by only family and friends. Now there’s one name that has cropped up and we are wondering if she would be attending the ceremony. Our reason for being curious about this guest is simple- She happened to be Naga Chaitanya’s ex once upon a time. The daughter of a leading actor – we are talking about Shruti Haasan. Also Read: Was Naga Chaitanya married to Shruti Haasan?
Way back in 2013, the two were introduced through common friends and soon became inseparable. In fact, they were to get married. Even at the South Filmfare awards in 2013, their friendly rapport didn’t go unnoticed. However thereafter they parted ways citing timing issues. It was a mutual break up though wherein both of them had revealed, that there would be no awkwardness even if they worked together in the future. But somewhere in May 2015, rumours of a patch up surfaced when a selfie picture of them was seen online. Even on Naga Chaitanya’s birthday, November 23, 2015, when she wished him on social media, he addressed her with a questionable nickname. But now the Shruti-Naga saga is in the past. The two recently got together for the Telugu remake of Premam. The movie turned out to be a success even though it was a remake of a fmaous movie. At the post release party, Shruti-Naga seemed super comfortable with ecah other – more like friends. We are hoping she turns up for the engagement tomorrow.
What do you think, will Shruti be at Naga Chaitanya-Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s engagement? Who else do you think will be part of their big day?