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Samantha Ruth Prabhu is a popular Indian actress who carved out a reputation for herself in the Tollywood and Kollywood film industries. In fact, she is also a recipient of several awards, including four Filmfare Awards South, six South Indian International Movie Awards and two Andhra Pradesh State Nandi Awards.

Meanwhile, her first item song “Oo Antava Mama Oo Oo Antava Mama” in the action-drama movie Pushpa: The Rise created records and hype. As a result, the song also became widely popular on all social media platforms. Well, most of the people want to know how much she charged for an item song.

Since she is a pan-India actress, it wasn’t that easy to get her on board. It is due to the fact that she wasn’t even ready to be part of the song. Earlier, the reports stated that Samantha Ruth Prabhu charged the makers as much as Rs. 1.5 crores for her item song alongside star actor Allu Arjun.

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Here is how much Samantha charged for an item song in Pushpa, it's really HUGE!

How much did Samantha charge for 3-minute dance number?

Meanwhile, the latest reports claimed she was paid more than that. According to a report by IWMBuzz, she charged Rs 5 crores. Yes, you read it right! Some top actors don’t even charge this much for a movie but Samantha got paid 5 crores for a 3-minute dance.

A source told the portal, “Oh, she has charged a bomb for the Oo Antava dance number. Believe me, she was very reluctant. The film’s leading man Allu Arjun personally took the effort to convince her.”

The source also added, “They had to pay her close to Rs 5 crores for that 3-minute dance number. She had some reservations about some of the dance movements. But gradually she got into the groove and didn’t demand that even one step be changed.”

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Earlier, she was in the news for parting ways with Naga Chaitanya. In an interview with Filmfare, Samantha added, “It’s ok if you are having a bad day, vocalize it, understand it, as soon as you accept that you’re going through something half the work is done. It’s when we don’t want to accept it and we are fighting it that it’s a never-ending battle.

“But when you accept when you vocalize ‘this is my issue, so what now? I still have to live my life’. I know I’m still going to live my life and with all the issues that I now face in my personal life, I was surprised at how strong I was.

“I thought I was a much weaker person. I thought that with my separation, I would crumble and die. I didn’t think I was capable of being this strong…Today I’m very very proud of how strong I’m because I really didn’t know I was,” she added.


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