Allu Arjun’s “Pushpa: The Rise” was easily one of the most anticipated films of 2021 and the boy lived up to expectations and then some. The film, co-starring Rashmika Mandanna and Fahadh Faasil, and directed by Sukumar, with music by Devi Sri Prasad, hit the big screen on December 17, 2021 and Pushpa has since invaded the box office worldwide to become a superhero in all regions. both inside and outside. And when we say all areas, it’s because the film has finally achieved the “superhit” label in the Hindi band, it is also approaching its fourth week, where it is still active, having raised over Rs. 82 crore clean and on.
For the uninitiated, Pushpa’s OTT release was released a week ago on Amazon Prime in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Canada, but the Hindi version will only be released tomorrow, January 14th. However, not many people know that the Hindi version of Allu Arjun’s protagonist had to witness its digital premiere on the same day as the other South version. Why exactly was it postponed? Well, it’s due to the huge fanaticism of Allu Arjun that has now reached the Hindi zone, and forced the producers to change the release date of the Hindi version of the film.
Sources inform, “Seeing that the Hindi version has already exceeded Rs. 80 crore and taking into account the popularity of Allu Arjun, the producers of Pushpa: The Rise decided to ask Amazon Prime Video to change the date of the Hindi version after one week from its scheduled release. The operation of a Telugu film, such as Pushpa, raking in its fourth week, continues to surprise the trade, as it has never been heard of in any Bollywood film in 2021, except for Sooryavanshi, which was the only success. (actually, a superhit) -Hindi movie came out at the box office last year.
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