It is to be noted that Samantha has already been a part of the festival last year, although it happened virtually. About her invitation she shared, “Last year, even though I was a part of IFFM virtually, I could feel the energy and vibe because of the enthusiasm of all the participants. With the world opening up and given the opportunity to travel to Australia to be part of it in person, to experience that energy first hand, is something I’m looking forward to. Celebrating Indian cinema, in all its diversity with communities of both Indians and cinema lovers unanimously together is an exciting feeling”
According to the agenda, the Yashoda actor will meet her fans in the Capital city of the Victorian State of Australia. She will also deliver an in-conversation chat live with her audience about her journey as an actor, on August 13. On the work front, Samantha is awaiting the release of Shaakunthalam and is working on Kushi and Yashoda.