Actor Naga Chaitanya was requested about being the topic of nasty information gadgets and he stated that he chooses to not react until it entails his household or is about ‘something personal’. He added that issues are forgotten in a day, because of the quick tempo of the information cycle.

Chaitanya’s father, veteran actor Nagarjuna Akkineni stated that he’s not affected by destructive tales about him however will get bothered when his household is dragged into it.

Talking to Bollywood Bubble, Chaitanya stated, “One way of looking at it is, it is the media’s job to report and write what they have to write. That defines the kind of media they are, that’s their job. But at the same time, I don’t have to react to it, it’s up to me. Like dad said, unless it is something about family or something personal that needs to be corrected, correct it. Otherwise, it’s okay, don’t react. News replaces news, tomorrow it’s forgotten.”

Nagarjuna stated, “The only thing that bothers me is if they write anything about my family. That is the only thing. I am also okay if they write about me. I always think, unless there is fruit on the tree, they won’t throw stones, right?” He added that it’s ‘no big deal’ until his household turns into the sufferer of ‘something nasty’. He talked about what number of YouTube channels distort info ‘just for subscribers’ and he selects the ‘not interested’ choice when such movies pop up on his suggestions.

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Recently, after Chaitanya introduced his break up from his spouse of almost 4 years, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, there have been many rumours surrounding their private life. She slammed pretend information stories about her affairs and abortions in a put up and added, “A divorce in itself is an extremely painful process. Let alone allowing me the time to heal. This attack on me personally, has been relentless. But I promise you this, I will never allow this or anything else they say, break me.”


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