There was a trailer released on Monday night for Pushpa: The Rise Part 1, starring actor Allu Arjun. The movie is scheduled to hit theaters on December 17. Based on the poster, the film looks to be a thrilling action thriller set amidst the smuggling of red sandalwood.
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In its two-and-a-half minutes, the trailer begins with dialogue explaining the value of red sandalwood and how smuggled cargo worth billions gets exported from the Seshachalam forests in Andhra Pradesh.
Taking on the role of Pushparaj, Allu Arjun plays a smuggler of red sandalwood. He shows off his acting skills in several shots. A spectacular action sequence is also assured in the film thanks to the visuals. Other actors are also shown in key roles in the trailer. Sunil is one of the antagonists in a refreshing change from his comic roles. Popular television anchor Anasuya Bharadwaj plays the lead role of a feisty character.
As the main antagonist, Fahadh Faasil appears in the trailer’s last shot. It takes just a few seconds for him to create an impact with his thick mustache and clean-shaven head. Among others, Rashmika Mandanna and Jagapathi Babu appear in the film. The ‘Pushpa’ trailer was announced by Allu Arjun on his official Twitter page and his fans are raving about it.
After Arya and Arya 2, director Sukumar and Allu Arjun collaborate once more on Pushpa, which will be released in two parts. The music for the project was composed by Devi Sri Prasad. Allu Arjun will also be making his Bollywood debut with the film since it is being dubbed in Hindi as well. It is about to release its first part in a big way.
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His last screen appearance was in Ala Vaikuntapuramlo, the third time he worked with the filmmaker. In addition to Pooja Hegde and Nivetha Pethuraj in lead roles, Tabu was also seen in an important role in the film, which grossed over *200 crores during its theatrical run.