Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s stylist, Preetham Jukalkar, has been getting threats purportedly from her spouse Akkineni Naga Chaitanya’s fans on YouTube because of gossip flowing with regards to him and the Tollywood entertainer.
The isolated couple had mentioned in web-based media posts that they be allowed some privacy after they went public with their decision after they opened up to the world about their choice, however that hasn’t prevented Jukalkar from confronting antagonism from Naga Chaitanya’s fans.
Preetham Jukalkar isn’t just Samantha’s beautician yet in addition probably her dearest friend. After the high-profile couple reported their detachment, bits of hearsay connecting up Jukalkar and Sam, hinting that their supposed closeness was the justification behind the split, begun circling.
Jukalkar, truth be told, was being designated by a portion of Chaitanya’s fans for being ‘too close. Sam since the time the discussion about the approaching partition acquired force. A portion of the YouTubers who were focusing on Jukalkar faulted him for sharing a “cynical” relationship with the entertainer.
The youthful stylist likewise stood out as truly newsworthy when he shared a secretive post on his Instagram stories on “violence against women”. Each post from his online media handle is being watched and being designated by savages.
Samantha’s fans have countered the charge by demanding that Jukalkar consistently addresses the entertainer as ‘jiji’ (sister), however numerous web-based media handles have been posting disdain messages focusing on the beautician.
To scotch the bits of hearsay, Sam had prior taken to online media pages to set up an enthusiastic post. She said: “They say I had affairs, never wanted children, that I am an opportunist, and now that I have had abortions.”
The Family Man 2 entertainer added energetically: “A divorce is an extremely painful process. Let [me be] 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.”