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The film, simultaneously made in Tamil as Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa , created much anticipation prior to release, due primarily to the first-time-collaboration between Gautham Menon and composer A.
Upon release of the film, Samantha received very positive reviews for her portrayal, with the film itself garnering much critical acclaim. Rahman by appearing in the music video for the World Classical Tamil Conference promotional song, Semmozhiyaana Tamizh Mozhiyaam , which Menon directed and Rahman composed. The film was actually the third Tamil project signed by the actress, but its release preceded the first two that she was contracted for due to delays in their completion.
The shooting for the film began in August , with Samantha, then briefly credited with the screen name Yasodha, joining the team later in the year.
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Her performance as Indu was well received despite the role having a shorter screen time than the ones she had played in her previous films, and the film became her second successful venture in Telugu. Critical acclaim Samantha featured in the big budget Telugu film, Dookudu alongside Mahesh Babu , which became one of the most successful Telugu films of all time.
Rajamouli on the sets of Eega during Samantha next featured in S. She also revealed that lots of heavy lights were used for the shoot of the film and she subsequently suffered skin burns, calling the process "very stressful" but "satisfying". A further Hindi version titled Assi Nabbe Poorey Sau with Aditya Roy Kapoor was simultaneously shot with the other two films and was "sixty percent" completed, before Menon shelved the venture after his other Hindi film, Ekk Deewana Tha, had failed at the box office.
Samantha revealed that she knew Gautham would want to work with her again and immediately accepted the opportunity to portray the roles when she was offered the film. The Tamil and Telugu versions of the film opened in December , earning differing reactions.
Neethane En Ponvasantham earned mixed reviews and performed averagely at the box office, though Samantha received highly positive acclaim for her portrayal. The critic from The Hindu noted she "comes up with possibly the best performance by a female lead in Tamil cinema this year" and "her transformation from a gawky teenager to an adult, unable to overcome her ego, is outstanding".
The Hindu wrote she "goes a step further from her famous portrayal of Jessy Ye Maaya Chesaave and brings out the intricacy of her character well", while the Times of India wrote "Samantha has the author backed role and she creams it.
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Samantha became the second ever actress to achieve the feat after Revathi had secured both awards in Roles in big-budget films Although Samantha often portrayed strong character roles in her early films, post, she has appeared increasingly in big-budget, hero-oriented films, which have comparatively smaller scope for actresses.
Though her role was comparatively minuscule to her co-stars, IBN Live noted it was "good to see Samantha shed her glamorous side and welcome performance-oriented roles, which she only handles with deftness and ease". A critic from Rediff. Her first release saw Samantha portray a dual role in the family drama film Manam , where she featured alongside several members of the Akkineni film family. Samantha subsequently featured alongside Naga Chaitanya again in the long-delayed Autonagar Surya , before playing further minuscule roles in the Telugu action masala films Alludu Seenu and Rabhasa Critics lamented that she "signed to be a glam doll" for the ventures and has "previously shown us she is capable of doing much more, but of late, seems to be stuck with doing similar roles that require her to be an attractive prop".
Portraying a small role, critics panned her character in the film, stating Samantha "gamely performs the requisite crazy girl duties". Like Anjaan and Kaththi, critics lamented her role as a clumsy girl, with Sify. Portraying a homely role of a wife for the first time in Tamil films, the actress noted it would be the first of many such performance-orientated roles, as she looked to move away from being typecast in glamorous characters.
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Her performance received positive reviews, with a critic from DNA India stating "Samantha looks pretty as always" and that "she has done an incredible job in dubbing with a range of emotions in her numerous shades — doctor, lover, mother — and she shines". Portraying Anasuya Ramalingam, a naive girl trying to escape from the controlling behaviour of her mother, Samantha received positive reviews for her portrayal of the character.
She then featured in the commercially successful action film Janatha Garage directed by Koratala Siva , with a critic noting despite "a limited role, she gives a nice performance". She suffered from an immunity disorder and then had a further setback after her body did not respond well to antibiotics. Samantha subsequently started the Pratyusha Support foundation to provide medical support for women and children with the help of three doctor friends, and provided the entire financial support for the programme.
Under the arrangement, Samantha agreed to contribute towards a third of the bills, while Andhra Hospitals would also pay a third of the bill and the remaining third would be paid by the parents.
Through the initiative, she participated in gathering relief materials at Ramanaidu Studios and appealed to the Telugu-speaking public to help gather resources to send to Chennai. When questioned on her decision not to take up more heroine-orientated roles, Samantha lamented the lack of chances that the South Indian film industry presents for established female characters and described it as "simply male-dominated".
She also added that she did not want to be "typecast as the girl-next-door" and was keen to prove critics wrong, who said that she could not fit into glamorous roles. Even though she had a brief foray into Hindi cinema with the shelved Assi Nabbe Poorey Sau, Samantha has distanced herself from working on Hindi language films stating that she has no incentive to move to Bollywood unlike actresses of North Indian origin and that audiences from South India would relate to her appearance more.
Following the release of a promotional poster for the Telugu film, 1: Nenokkadine in December , Samantha criticised the depiction of actress Kriti Sanon crawling behind actor Mahesh Babu on the beach, who looks back at Kriti disapprovingly. Samantha tweeted that the poster was "deeply regressive" and stated that it was offensive by the makers to depict women like animals. Her opinions were later backed by actor Siddharth and directors Sekhar Kammula and Nandini Reddy , who also resultantly faced similar abuse, before Mahesh Babu apologised.