The Stylish Star of Tollywood, Allu Arjun has attained a pan-India fanbase thanks to the blockbuster response to his Hindi dubbed films on the small screens. While we have seen him winning us with his humble gesture, the Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo star always brings a huge smile on our faces with his cute pictures with son Allu Ayaan and daughter Allu Arha on social media. The actor is set to appear on Samantha Akkineni’s show SamJam, and while the promo has already become a hit among the viewers, in the clip we see, Samantha asking Allu Arjun, what changes he witnessed himself after embracing fatherhood, to which he replied, “I curse a lot less now.” Well, this answer from the actor has certainly left everyone in splits.
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On the work front, Allu Arjun will be next seen in Pushpa. The first look of the film was released on actor’s 37th birthday, where saw the actor in a raw and rustic avatar. The film was officially launched last October in Hyderabad. It is set in the backdrop of red sanders smuggling in the Seshachalam forests. Allu Arjun will romance Geetha Govindam and Dear Comrade actress Rashmika Mandanna in the film. It is directed by Sukumar, who previously collaborated with the star on Arya and Arya 2. DSP (Devi Sri Prasad) will compose the music of the film.
In an interview with Filmfare, the actor revealed that he would like to be like Amitabh Bachchan when he turns 70. He said, “Stardom is difficult to achieve. It’s an individual journey. I draw inspiration from Mr. Amitabh Bachchan. At 70-plus, I’d like to be like him. It would be great to wake up each morning and have work to look forward to. It would be fun to work with young people even at that age. It’s a rare privilege for any actor.” So, are you excited for the release of Pushpa? Tweet and let us know @bollywood_life.
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