Pushpa 2 - Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandanna and Fahadh Faasil in the Lead Roles

If you loved the first Pushpa movie, then you may want to check out the sequel. It is said that SP Shekhawat will seek revenge against Pushpa, while Jaali Reddy is plotting a plan to destroy Pushpa. Meanwhile, Srinu waits for the perfect moment to attack Pushpa. The movie is expected to be even more thrilling and action packed. Let's take a look at the cast of the second movie.

Allu Arjun

The first look of Allu Arjun in Pushpa movie is quite captivating. His beard is in full swing and he is dressed in a 70s style. The motion poster depicts him with an axe in hand. The music is gloomy, and the background is dark. The movie's trailer is equally intriguing. It reveals a story of a red sander smuggler.

Allu Arjun has already established himself as a superstar in south India, but this latest film has taken his popularity to the north. This romantic action-drama movie starring Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna has minted over Rs 350 crore at the global box office. The movie is based on the lives of red sandalwood smugglers in Andhra Pradesh. Pushpa Raj eventually becomes the head of the syndicate and faces Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat, a rival gang leader.

The film will also feature Rashmika Mandanna, who plays a cop and a forest officer. Pushpa will feature the third collaboration between Allu Arjun and Sukumar, and will star Fahadh Fasil as the antagonist. Other prominent stars of the film include Jagapathi Babu, Prakash Raj, Dhananjay, Sunil, and Dhananjay.

The trailer of Allu Arjun in Pushpa has not been released yet, but fans have been guessing the premise of the movie. The movie's release date has been fixed for August 13th 2021, with the movie being released in three languages. It has been postponed due to the tense situation in the forest, but shooting is expected to resume on November 20. And the movie is now scheduled for an August release date.

Fahadh Faasil

The second installment of the Pushpa movie series has been released and now the third is all set to start shooting in Hyderabad. It is a multilingual movie starring Fahadh Faasil as the antagonist. Rashmika Mandanna and Allu Arjun are the lead actors and the film is directed by Sukumar, who has already delivered hit movies such as 'Arya' and 'Satyameva Jayate'.

Unlike other Telugu movies, this one stars an antagonist in the form of an IPS officer. The role of Fahadh Faasil in Pushpa is a big one because it's his first time tackling a police officer role. However, despite being a police officer, Fahadh has shown the same versatility as any other actor who played the role.

The film will also star Rashmika Mandanna in a pivotal role as a village belle. Mythri Movie Makers are bankrolling the movie, which will be released in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam. Fahadh Faasil's Telugu debut will give the movie an extra boost. It is expected to open at record numbers in Telugu and Kerala.

While the Pushpa film is expected to release in April, the actor's involvement in the sequel is still uncertain. As the film is scheduled to start shooting in Tenkasi, Tamil Nadu, Fahadh Faasil has said that he had reserved a minimum of 100 days for the sequel. A rumor says that Fahadh Faasil's absence in the sequel might be a reason for the delay.

Despite his lackluster role in Pushpa, the actor's acting and transformations have earned him considerable praise. The actor's most recent film venture was the Tamil version of Vikram. The film was a blockbuster and was released in four languages. The Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu versions were a hit. Other films he's appeared in include Kumbalangi Nights, Pushpa, and Malik.

Fahadh Faasil as police officer

The upcoming Malayalam movie, Pushpa, stars Allu Arjun, Ajay Ghosh, and Rashmika Mandanna. Fahadh Faasil will be playing the role of a menacing police officer in the movie. The first look of Fahadh Faasil as a police officer in Pushpa has been released. He appears menacing and intense. The actor is playing the role of Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat, a police officer who will encounter Raj, the antagonist.

The film is a remake of the 2005 Telugu film Pushpaka. The new version will be released in Telugu and Hindi. Fahadh Faasil will play the role of a police officer in Pushpa, and he is set to make his Telugu debut in the role. The film will also feature Sukumar's acclaimed Tamil films.

The film is being planned as a two-part movie, with the first part of the story taking place in the Malayalam version. Despite its multi-lingual nature, Pushpa is set to hit theaters this December. It was also announced that Fahadh Faasil would reprise his role as the police officer in the sequel. The cast is an impressive ensemble, and the movie looks like a fun time.

The film begins with a police raid, in which Pushpa saves Srivalli's brother Jakka Reddy. However, while the police are trying to rob Srinu of the wood, Pushpa ends up beating up Jolly, breaking his bones in the process. During this incident, he also rescues Srivalli's father from an armed gang. This ultimately leads to Pushpa's marriage to his wife, Srivalli.

Allu Arjun as Pushpa Raj

The title of Allu Arjun's next film AA 20 has been revealed and we're intrigued. We know that the actor is playing the ferocious Pushpa Raj, who is a lorry driver, but how does he look in the teaser? We'll find out soon. But for now, let's look at what we know about the movie. The film is directed by Sukumar, and the cast includes Rashmika Mandanna.

Allu Arjun's rugged look in 'Pushpa' has won over fans' hearts. His hair and make-up are perfectly complimented by the movie's rustic aesthetic. The actor shared a behind-the-scenes video of his get-ready routine, where he sat in front of a mirror for a few hours and applied layers of make-up. He then entered the character in no time.

In a nutshell, the movie is a raunchy action flick that broke several box office records in India. It has surpassed the Rs 100 crore mark in India and has a sequel titled Pushpa: The Rule. While the movie's popularity is increasing in the country, it has also spread to other countries. The teaser has sparked social media reactions, as Arjun's transformation in the film looks incredible.

After meeting Srivalli, Pushpa falls in love with her. After defying Mohan's refusal to sell his wood, Pushpa becomes a successful businessman. He manages to smuggle wood to Chennai, demanding Rs1 crore per ton. He also threatens to kill Konda's brother. In response, Konda backs down. He fears the consequences of going against Srinu.

Review of Pushpa

A review of Pushpa would be incomplete without mentioning the film's technical value. Although it has excellent visuals, the cinematographer Miroslaw Kuba Brozek manages to keep the film rustic and raw which complements the vision of Sukumar. Even the music by Devi Sri Prasad is of high quality but does not stand out. The soundtrack is decent with some catchy songs but not enough to elevate the film. The film also lacks a strong villain that would have elevated the film's heroism.

Although Pushpa aims to be unique, the film follows the traditional template of gangster movies from the South. The hero, Pushpa, begins as a laborer at a mill. He was paid for his work and had no respect for the owner. However, as time went by, he became more powerful and the biggest force in his town. In the end, Pushpa wins the heart of his mother, but does not realize that his life will be marked by injustice and hatred.

While Allu Arjun is good in the lead role, the movie lacks great character development. He is overly confident in his role and does not look like he has to worry about acting. Rashmika Mandanna's character is not particularly memorable and feels like a cheap commercial trap. Despite that, she is fine as the villagers' belle. While the cliched romantic scenes between Pushpa and his assistant are entertaining, they don't add much to the story.

While director Sukumar does a decent job with Pushpa, he makes a mistake when releasing it in two parts. Although the film starts off on a strong note, the second half drags. The second half is slow paced and lacks any real emotional conflict. Pushpa is a great performance, but it's ultimately not worth watching it unless you're a fan of Allu Arjun.

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