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Allu Arjun starrer movie, ‘Pushpa The Rise’ to release in theatres this December

Directed and written by Sukumar, ‘Pushpa: The Rise’ spins around the red sanders heist in the slopes of Andhra Pradesh. The film stars Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna in lead jobs.

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Allu Arjun in Pushpa

After a huge delay, the creators of “Pushpa: The Rise” on Saturday morning shocked the crowd as they declared the delivery date of the Allu Arjun starrer. The multi-lingual activity thrill ride is good to go for a dramatic delivery on December 17, 2021. Disclosing the new banner of the film, creators tweeted, “This December, Theatres will go Wild with the arrival of #PushpaRaj Fire #PushpaTheRise will hit the Big Screens on DEC 17th. #PushpaTheRiseOnDec17 #ThaggedheLe @alluarjun @iamRashmika #FahadhFaasil @Dhananjayaka @aryasukku @ThisIsDSP @adityamusic @MythriOfficial.”

The film likewise stars Rashmika Mandanna as the female lead. She uncovered her first look from the film on Wednesday. Rashmika took to Instagram and revealed the look as she presented the name of her person, “Srivalli”.

This is the initial time, that Rashmika will be combined with entertainer Allu Arjun for an undertaking. Faasil, known for featuring in acclaimed motion pictures like Malik, Joji”, “Kumbalangi Nights” and “Super Deluxe“, plays the main antagonist in the film inverse Arjun.


Written and directed by Sukumar of “Arya” fame, the film accounts for the red sanders heist in the slopes of Andhra and portrays the tangled nexus that spreads out over the span of the story of a taken man by voracity. “Pushpa: The Rise” is being delivered by Mythri Movie Makers in relationship with Muttamsetty Media. The film is scheduled to deliver in two sections in Telugu alongside Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, and Malayalam dialects.

The producers had before declared that “Pushpa: The Rise” would have a theatrical release on August 13 with the subsequent part bowing out in 2022. Nonetheless, the initial segment was delayed because of the second wave of the Covid pandemic

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