Allu Arjun’s “Pushpa:The Rise-Part 1” to hit the box office this year on Christmas
Telugu star Allu Arjun’s film “Pushpa”, which was initially scheduled to release in August, is now finally releasing before the year ends, the film will be dubbed in Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam, will arrive in theatres on Christmas this year.
Since the trailer of “Pushpa: The Rise–Part 1” has been out, fans are whole-heartedly looking forward to the release of this predicted as well as expected masterpiece, starring Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandanna and Fahaad Faasil. Directed by Sukumar, “Pushpa” also serves as a debut for the immensely talented and much-awaited hero, Fahaad.
The film was slated for an earlier release
The film was scheduled to released on August 13, 2021, but the shooting had been postponed after Allu Arjun tested positive for COVID-19. However, it has been officially confirmed that the movie will be released in two parts, the first one releasing on Christmas this year.
The plot is based on the red sandalwood smuggling in the Seshachalam Hills of the Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh. Since the story of “Pushpa” is set in the backdrop of Chittoor, a village in Rayalaseema, the actors took out some time to learn and master the typical Rayalaseema slang so that they could develop the authentic accent and do proper justice to their characters.
Rashmika will play the female lead and will portray the role of a homemaker. The first part of Pushpa will focus on the exploits of Allu Arjun’s character (Pushpa Raj) related to illegal trade whereas the second part will include sequences that will justify his actions.
“Make In India” project
There is a 6-minute action sequence in the film, which has becoming popular even before the film’s release. The makers have also ensured that the the film involves no foreign and only Indian cast and crew, technicians and support staff, making “Pushpa” a “Make in India” Project.
Keeping in mind the pandemic, the makers of “Pushpa” have already planned to announce a line up in advance so that the fans won’t have to think twice before making it to the film. Further, filmmakers have realized that there is always more money to be made from a theatrical release followed by a premiere on streaming apps, which is why they are keen to hold on especially to big films.
The film will be released on December 25 in five languages, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, and Hindi.