Actress Samantha Ruth Prabhu responded after fellow actor Allu Arjun thanked her for performing the special issue, Oo Antava Oo Oo Antava, in her recently released film Pushpa The Rise. At a recent event, he said that although Samantha had “a lot of doubts,” she continued to feature in the song after her insurance.
Pushpa’s song Oo Antava features Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Allu Arjun grooving to the music. This is the first time in Samantha’s career that she has performed in a dance number.
At the event, Allu Arjun started thanking Samantha by saying, “Samantha garu, thank you so much for doing a song.” He added, “I know on set, how many doubts you had. Whether it was right or not. You know, I just told you one thing: ‘Trust me and do it.’ You don’t. not even asked a single question.
Congratulating Samantha, Allu said: “Thank you very much for trusting us. You won my heart, you won my respect. And congratulations to you on (Oo Antava) being the number 1 song in the world.
Pushpa also includes Rashmika Mandanna, Fahadh Faasil and Sunil among others. The films were produced by Mythri Movie Makers in association with Muttamsetty Media.
The film was originally shot in Telugu, then dubbed and broadcast in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada. It is Allu Arjun’s first film to be released simultaneously in five languages. The film violated the ??200 club crore at the box office worldwide within five days of release.
Directed by Sukumar, in Pushpa Allu Arjun plays a truck driver who smuggles red sandalwood. Recently, the directors confirmed a second installment, Pushpa The Rule, which will hit theaters in December of next year. The next part will be devoted to the face-to-face meeting between Allu Arjun and Fahadh Faasil.
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The Hindustan Times review of the film said, “After three hours Pushpa manages to stay engaging for the most part and never tires the film. It’s a character-driven story and Sukumar is to be commended for effectively establishing the film. character of Pushpa, whose growth could not have been managed more satisfactorily.The only minor issue with the writing is that the hero, who is supposed to win in the end like in most stories, has no stake in the game and nothing to lose, which makes him sort of invincible and the film’s multiple antagonists helpless. “