Samantha, who never sighed away from saying she is brought up in an orthodox Christian family, is interestingly giving away some excerpts from Mahabharatha, a holy book of Hindus, which is now impressing many.
Earlier, talking in a game show, Samantha openly confessed that her mother never allowed her to know about other religions or gods other than Jesus. The actress stunned everyone when she said she barely knows who is Rama and Sita.
Incidentally, Samantha is of late keen on exploring more cultures and traditions.
"Who has every kind of wealth ? "Only he to whom joy and sorrow,fortune and misfortune,past and future,are all the same . The Mahabharata"," she tweeted yesterday.
"The world you will find in this book and what is not in this book will not exist in this world," She posted on Twitter along with a picture of the book she has been reading of late.
They say actors do not have a religion and one can become a great artist only if they rise above religions and boundaries.
Looks like, Samantha took it quite seriously. The actress, who started reading The Mahabhartha, a version written by author Ramesh Menon, appears to be in love with it.