Allu Arjun’s Pushpa caused controversy on social media before it gathered momentum at the box office throughout the world for a number of reasons. The big-budget film, which debuted on Friday, garnered positive reviews, gratifying fans of the singer. While Pushpa’s theatrical run is set to be extended for a few more weeks, many who don’t want to go out in public, especially in light of the mounting concern over the Covid-19’s Omicron variant, are expecting to view the film on OTT soon.

According to various rumours and fan page leaks on Twitter, the post-theatrical rights of I have apparently been sold to OTT powerhouse Amazon Prime Video. While no official OTT release date has been announced, the film is scheduled to debut in mid-January 2022. Pushpa is a film about red sander smuggling in Andhra Pradesh’s Seshachalam Hills, featuring Allu Arjun in a never-before-seen role. To add to the excitement, this will be Malayalam star Fahadh Faasil’s Telugu debut. In this film, Faasil will play the antagonist, with Rashmika Mandanna, Jagapathi Babu, and Prakash Raj as the female leads.

The first instalment of Pushpa will be released in 2021, followed by the second instalment in 2022. The film was initially supposed to be released in theatres in August 2021, coinciding with the Fourth of July weekend celebrations, but it was postponed owing to the epidemic. The official Twitter account of Pushpa then posted a series of promotional posters with the phrase “This Christmas will be ICONIC.” The production team did, however, say that the film will be split into two parts at this stage. Part 1 of Pushpa’s Ascension – Part 1 focuses on the smuggling of Red Sanders, a kind of tree endemic to the Seshachalam Hills in Rayalaseema, India. Smuggling of Red Sanders, also known as Red Sandalwood, has long been an issue in Southern India, particularly in the Andhra Pradesh area, which includes Pushpa.

As it makes its way throughout the country, the highly anticipated Allu Arjun action-drama flick Pushpa: The Rise Part 1 has been receiving a fantastic reception at the box office. The film was released on December 17, 2021, and its action sequences, cast members’ performances, soundtrack, and cinematography have all earned a lot of love and respect. Pushpa: The Rise (Part 1) grossed over Rs 45 crores in India net on its first day in Telugu and dubbed versions in Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, and Hindi, according to Box Office India. In Telugu-speaking states. The film had an 80% opening in the United States, but just a 50% opening in Tamil states. The film is estimated to earn Rs 3.05 crore at the box office in Hindi. With a net advance of Rs 6 crore in Andhra Pradesh, the film has done well.

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