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Samantha Akkineni nominates Rakul Preet and Lakshmi Manchu for Grow With Me challenge

In a latest video, Samantha Akkineni shared on her experience of growing her own produce on her terrace, she is encouraging more people to harvest on their own.

regional-movies Updated: Aug 20, 2020, 14:28 IST
Karthik Kumar
Karthik Kumar
Hindustan Times, Chennai
Samantha Akkineni maintains a terrace garden.
Samantha Akkineni maintains a terrace garden.

Actor Samantha Akkineni, who is keeping herself busy with terrace gardening in this lockdown, has flagged off the Grow With Me challenge and nominated Rakul Preet Singh and Lakshmi Manchu to grow their own produce in their homes.

In a latest video, she shared on her experience of growing her own produce on her terrace, she is encouraging more people to harvest on their own.

“So, for the next few weeks, let’s grow together, make mistakes together and learn. So go find a pot, some soil, seeds, Hydroponic home kit and even a milk packet. To start things off, I’m challenging Lakshmi Manchu and Rakul. Let’s get our hands dirty.”

The video gives us a quick glimpse of Samantha’s terrace garden in which she’s grown a variety of greens and vegetables.

 

Last seen on screen in Telugu film Jaanu, the remake of Tamil film 96; Samantha has two projects currently in her kitty. Having recently completed shooting for the second season of The Family Man, Samantha signed a Tamil horror flick with Ashwin Saravanan and upcoming Tamil romantic comedy, Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kadhal which also stars Vijay Sethupathi and Nayanthara.

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Samantha is thrilled about her upcoming horror film with director Ashwin Saravanan. Acknowledging the project, she recently tweeted: “It’s going to be much more than just a horror film.” To be produced by Sony Entertainment, the film will mark the maiden collaboration of Ashwin Saravanan, best known for helming Maya and Game Over, and Samantha.

The film will also star Prasanna and Prashanth in crucial roles. The project is expected to go on the floors from May and will be wrapped up in two months. Recently, reports emerged that Samantha has turned down an offer to star in the Hindi remake of her own film U-Turn, which had released in Tamil and Telugu last year.

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