Pushpa: The Rise is undoubtedly one of the biggest hits of 2021. Starring Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna, the Telugu film impress the audience and it has even managed to perform extremely well in Hindi as well.
The Hindi dubbed version of Pushpa: The Rise had collected Rs. 108.26 crore which is much higher than many Bollywood biggies that were released in the past few months.
Right from its songs to dialogues, the film is being loved by all and the ‘Jhukega Nahi Sala’ phrase and gesture by Allu Arjun in the film has now been a trend. Many actors, cricketers, fans, and even kids have recreated the same. Now, the Pushpa fever has also taken over the wrestling ring. ALSO READ | VIRAL! Tanzanian TikTok Sensation Kili Paul Lip-Syncs To Allu Arjun’s Kawra- Bawra Dialogue From Pushpa, He Just Nails It With His Killer Expressions
WWE and its audience witnessed wrestler Sanga performing the iconic Allu Arjun gesture during a fight. The south superstar’s fans and fan clubs have been sharing the video of the same and it has gone viral on social media.
Well, from the looks of it, the Pushpa Fever doesn’t seem to die down anytime soon. To note, the film was released six months ago, and people still remember tiny details about the same.
Currently, everyone is eyeing for the sequel to the film which is titled Pushpa: The Rule. According to the latest reports, the film’s shooting will kicstart in August this year. There have been multiple reports about the movie’s storyline, casting, budget, and a lot more.
A few days ago, there were reports that Rashmika’s character Srivalli will die in part 2. However, later the makers had denied the reports.
In addition, a report also stated that Vijay Sethupathi will be joining cast. However, there is no official announcement about it. ALSO READ | Happy Birthday Allu Arjun: From A Luxurious House In Hyderabad, High-End Cars To A Private Jet, Check Out Actor's Expensive Possessions
Pushpa: The Rule is slated to release in 2023, and it is expected that the movie will take the box office by storm not just in Telugu, but in other languages as well especially Hindi.
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