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Allu Arjun is resolute about Pushpa: The Rise’s launch date


September 11, 2021

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The producers of Allu Arjun’s film Pushpa: The Rise are debating the best time to release the film and have finally reached a conclusion.

Following the Covid second wave, the theatrical sector suffered a blow. As a result, several pan-India films, including RRR and KGF 2, have been pushed back. Allu Arjun and the makers of Pushpa: The Rise, on the other hand, appear to be sticking to their original release schedule. They are adamant about releasing the picture during the holiday season. According to the most recent information, the producers of Pushpa: The Rise are debating the best time to release the film. They’re thinking about releasing the Allu Arjun film on December 17th.

Allu Arjun’s ‘Pushpa’ to release in December

Allu Arjun wants to take advantage of the fact that this is the first truly pan-India film to hit theatres following the Covid19 second wave. As a result, he insists on a December release date for the rustic forest actioner. Pushpa: The Rise is nearing its completion, and the filmmakers will make an official release date announcement soon.

The movie will be distributed in two parts, according to official confirmation. Rashmika will play the female lead in the first installment and will play his wife. Bunny will play a red sander smuggler, while Rashoo will play a housewife. The plot of Pushpa is set in Chittoor, a Rayalaseema village, and both the Stylish Star and Rashoo took the time to acquire and perfect Rayalaseema terminology so that they might appear real as a Rayalaseema pair.

In April of this year, during an event at the JRC Convention Center in Hyderabad, the first teaser trailer for Pushpa, titled “Introducing Pushpa Raj,” was revealed. Viveka wrote the song Odu Odu Aadu, which is sung by Benny Dayal and composed by Devi Sri Prasad. Resul Pookutty, who won an Oscar for Best Sound Mixing for Slumdog Millionaire, is composing the film’s background score. The film will be released in India in many languages.


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