Tollywood entertainer Pooja Hegde took to web-based media as of late to lovely legacy video to Allu Arha and think back with regards to the 2nd anniversary of the release of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo.
The entertainer shared moments from the main day-first show in the theatres two years prior when fans cheered and tossed confetti as Butta Bomma played on screen. She additionally uncovered that she snickered through the whole portrayal of the film, which is the reason she accepted the project and spilled deets on her beloved scene being cut. Her beloved exchange from the film anyway was“Madam sir, madam anthe,” and the difficult thing of going for the film was shuffling dates for a London plan.
She likewise imparted a concealed second to Allu Arjun and her laughing in the background and uncovered how in Tamil Nadu they presently call her Butta Bomma. She called Trivikram Srinivas the coolest director and even sang a couple of lines of Samajavaragamana, her main tune from the film. Fans were eager to see Pooja tells a few fascinating and obscure insights concerning the film’s shooting, making the posts viral right away. She likewise imparted a cute video to Arha taken in her vanity van composing that the pair may very well have found the hook step of Butta Bomma unconsciously.
The song ‘Butta Bomma’ features Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde and now the actress has shared an adorable video of her dancing with Arha. In the video, Pooja can be seen dressed in a brown T-shirt and shorts while Arha looked as cute as a button in an orange skirt and blouse. Sharing the video, Pooja wrote, “On occasion of 2 years of Ala Vaikunthapurramloo, since you’ve already seen @alluarjunonline and I dancing, here’s some behind the scenes of Arha and I dancing while waiting for my shot. P.S- I think we may have invented the #Buttabomma step somewhere in there unknowingly #2YearsOfAVPL #funtimes #memories #ramulooramulaa”.
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Coordinated by Trivikram, the film which likewise saw Tabu, Sushanth A, Nivetha Pethuraj, Jayaram, and others in key jobs was an enormous hit.