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Naga Chaitanya spoke openly about divorce for the first time, telling Samantha: “If she is happy, then I am happy.”

Naga Chaitanya spoke openly about divorce for the first time, telling Samantha: "If she is happy, then I am happy."

In October 2021, Samantha Prabhu and Naga Chaitanya surprised everyone by announcing their separation on social media. Although there were reports of a breakup between them for a long time, people did not believe it. After a long time of divorce, Samantha Prabhu spoke about this in the media. Now, for the first time, Naga Chaitanya has spoken openly about divorce.

Naga Chaitanya’s movie Bangaraju will be released soon. In whose promotion he is busy. During this, in an interview, Naga Chaitanya was questioned about his personal life. At the same time, Naga also answered all the questions, this time breaking the silence. Naga Chaitanya said, “It is okay to be different. It is a mutual decision made for your personal happiness. If he is happy, then I am happy. That is why divorce is the best decision in such a situation.” Fans are very surprised to hear this response from Naga Chaitanya.

They both had a big wedding in Goa of their own free will after the consent of the family. In 2017, there was a lot of discussion about this marriage because money was wasted like water on it. Both used to love each other and this love is clearly seen in their photos but in September this news shocked everyone. In August-September, reports began to come in that something was wrong between the two. And by October, this was proven to be true. Just before the fourth wedding anniversary, Samantha and Naga announced the divorce and delivered shocking news to fans. But the divorce between the two occurred for some reason, it is not yet known. Both they and their families have also been silent on the matter.

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