If Reports are to be believed, a leading Hollywood Director has offered the Pushpa star a role in a Superhero franchise. Actor was in New York for the Parade, where he met the big-shot director- producer from the industry.
The year 2002 belonged to South Indian stars. They have just dominated the box-Office. From Allu Arjun’s Pushpa to KGF Series, the movies have gone on to make roaring business. Some of the movies such as RRR and KGF smashed the existing records by long margins. From Yash to Ram Charan, Allu Arjun to Jr NTR, there is no end to their acting prowess. These movies have made great business online. Of the actors Allu Arjun came to the limelight with the 2021 Pushpa movie. Movie centers around red Sandalwood Smuggling. In the 1990’s movie Pushpa Raj a coolie and a sandalwood smuggler plays hide and seek through the raids. As the time progresses he gains his employer’s trust and becomes a partner in due course. Allu gained rave reviews for Pushpa and still continues to receive. Allu Arjun’s Hollywood Offer
Allu Arjun’s Hollywood Offer, actor has been in the news since Pushpa
Actor Allu Arjun has been making headlines. Post Pushpa’s success, the star had garnered massive fan following and the audience is craving for him ever since. Not only is the star popular in the country, but his vibe has spread throughout the world. Everybody worldwide is awestruck by his acting prowess and in fact according to some sources, the Allu Arjun is all set to embark on an international movie career. Allu Arjun Hollywood’s Hollywood Offer is the first for the actor. A director offered him the role . In fact after Pushpa, Allu’s career is on the roll with the actor receiving call from everywhere including Bollywood, brands, etc. And if the Hollywood news is true, it shall be a true feast.
Allu Arjun’s Upcoming Movies
Other than Allu Arjun’s Hollywood Offer, he has Bollywood movies in the pipeline. Pushpa: The Rise soon is next and the movie had a mahurat prayer. Sukumar wrote the script and Mythri Movie Makers is financing it.
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