Trust south superstar Samantha Akkineni with some unpredictable fashion. One can easily rely on her for bringing out some divergent style game that has all the caliber to take someone's breath away. In fact, her Instagram account is not about giving glimpses about her life but it is her fashion diary where she shows off her amazing custom made picks that inspire millions. Just recently, Samantha Akkineni made a refreshing statement for her new talk show, Sam Jam. For one of the episodes, Sam picked a printed silk bustier and pants that she paired with a silk organza jacket flaunting the peacock colour palette.
Sam rounded her comfy ensemble with a pair of dangling gold earrings. The Makkhi actor completed her look with visible eye-shadow, minimal makeup, bright lips, and soft open out curls. However, the lady who usually flaunts her on-point fashion was seen in an off point this time. Samantha's blue outfit seemed a lot messy and busy this time around who otherwise brings out a classy and elegant style on the table. Nevertheless, the style game didn't impress us but we love how she kept her look simple and subdued, it is a sure shot winner.
Before getting back to work, Mrs Akkineni was seen enjoying her time at the Maldives with her actor-hubby Naga Chaitanya. She even kept her fans posted about her whereabouts by sharing some picturesque snaps straight from the tropical islands. In the upcoming episode of her talk show Sam Jam, Samantha Akkineni will be interviewing actor Rakul Preet Singh. The shoot took place in Hyderabad.
Apart from hosting Sam Jam, Samantha Akkineni will next be seen in a Tamil film, Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal. She will also play a pivotal role in The Family Man season 2 starring Manoj Bajpayee in the leading role. ALSO READ: Samantha Akkineni Stuns In Green Plunging Neckline Gown; Tells Fans ‘No Biggni Shoot’
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