Sameera Reddy’s super message

Sameera Reddy, the Varanam Aayiram actress, took a break from acting after entering wedlock. She is now mother of two and has been keeping her fans updated about her activities on social media.

Sameera, in a recent post, expressed gratitude to people for letting her be. “People will always have an opinion about you and it’s impossible to please the world. Thank you for letting me be me. It took me too long to get here,” she said.

“To this crazy happy fearless space. For years I wanted to be accepted as many things. Maybe for a great body, a successful actress, for society to stamp my arrival, for the fashion world to tell me I was best dressed, l wanted all these things,” she stated.

Sameera added: “But here I am today: just me. And damn it’s awesome. Love you for laughing at my silliness and celebrating my soul. I put my life, my family and heart out there and you respond in the most magical ways. It means a lot .”

The actress had recently expressed concern over people, even the educated ones, taking coronavirus light.

She uploaded a video in which she is seen with her just born baby. She posted, “#flattenthecurve Flattening the curve refers to community isolation measures that keep the daily number of disease cases at a manageable level for medical providers.

#socialdistancing does not mean it’s Christmas and everyone treats it like a paid holiday to hang out!This is not a joke. Why fighting the #covid_19 depends on You 🙏🏼 #civicsense.”

Sameera added,  “As much as I make fun, make memes, try to make light of the situation with my children at home, it doesn’t take away from the fact that people seem to be getting still offended when I say ‘don’t shake my hand’, ‘don’t hug me’, ‘don’t pull Naina’s (daughter) cheek man’.

I mean how can educated people try to make light of the situation when the government is just doing their damn job.”

According to Sameera, “We are a huge country with a huge population and community transmission flattening the curve. Social distancing- these are all things, read about, research; don’t look at those WhatsApp messages of paranoia.”