Allu Arjun’s Pushpa to have a grand song with these many dancers, find out in this storyTollywood
One of the most anticipated projects of Tollywood, Pushpa: The Rise, starring Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna will have a grand song that is shot with 1000 dancers
Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna’s upcoming movie ‘Pushpa: The Rise,’ directed by Sukumar, has generated a lot of buzz all across the nation and the fans are looking forward to experiencing the film soon. So far, the makers of the movie have released three glimpses from the movie. The movie is divided in two parts, the first part of which will be released on 17th of next month.
The current limelight that movie has gathered is due to the shooting of a ‘rocking item song’ of the movie, that has a high level of grandeur. The song is being shot with more than 1000 dancers in a specially designed format, for which the crew of the movie has also created a unique set. In a recently released poster of the film, the icon star Allu Arjun is seen sitting on a Royal Enfield bike that has been shot from a back angle. The said poster was released on the occasion of Diwali. According to sources, director Sukumar is himself monitoring the shoot of the song.
Earlier there were rumours around the song that either Esha Gupta or Norah Fatehi is going to be featured among the leads in the song. But there has been no update on that till now. A song of such a scale that has Allu Arjun in it, a movie that is an action thriller, will come out to be a big feast for the public on the big screen. The movie is bankrolled by Mythri movie makers with Devi Sri Prasad being the music composer for the film. Actors like Rao Ramesh, Fahad Faasil, Dhananjay, Jagapathi Babu, Sunil, Anasuya Bharadwaj, and Prakash Raj will be seen playing pivotal parts in the film.
Sukumar and Allu Arjun are collaborating for the third time with this movie. The film is based on red sandalwood smuggling in Andhra Pradesh. The first part of the movie is set to release next month in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Malayalam, and Kannada.