Beginning on December 12, Pushpa 2 will officially start filming. Sukumar is directing the action movie about red sandalwood smuggling, which stars Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna.
Fans of Allu Arjun from all around the world are clamouring for information on Pushpa: The Rule. Allu Arjun has returned from Russia and will begin filming for Pushpa 2 on December 12, Pinkvilla has exclusively learned. “AA returned to India at midnight after promoting Pushpa: The Rise in Russia. He won’t have a break as he starts his preparation tomorrow “reveals a source familiar with the progress.
“With his constant running back and forth to keep up with his professional obligations, Bunny is almost living out of a bag. He has an extremely busy agenda for the upcoming 15 days, “a source insider said. In Hyderabad, the actual filming will start on December 12. For the uninitiated, the team just completed some test shoots with Allu Arjun, and on December 17, the first anniversary of Pushpa: The Rule, a few sneak peeks of the same will be released.
However, as we previously stated, Pushpa 2 won’t hit theatres until 2024 since Sukumar is taking his time and aiming to surpass the expectations established by Pushpa: The Rise.
Pushpa: Russia is ruled by The Rise
On December 8th, Pushpa: The Rise was made available in Russia. There is no disputing that Allu Arjun has gained significant popularity not only in India but even internationally. After holding a highly successful Press Conference for Pushpa Part 1, Allu Arjun, and the makers including director Sukumar and music composer DSP attended the premiere of their blockbuster movie and were ecstatic to capture the live audience reaction.
Heartthrob of Tollywood and current star of Pan-India, AA, had a fantastic 2022! He also worked on the Memu Aagamu music video with musician Armaan Malik. Additionally, the K-pop group TRI.BE is included.
Allu Arjun has made enough headlines this year, from leading the procession in New York on Annual Day as the best representative of India to receiving praise for his movies from audiences around the world. He continued on after receiving the honour of being named “Indian Of The Year,” adding another feather to his cap.