When it was announced that Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise, directed by Sukumar, would be released on a pan-Indian scale, everyone thought the filmmakers were insane, because there had been no publicity for the film in the North, and there wasn’t even much buzz surrounding the film. Despite these reservations, Pushpa: The Rise was a massive blockbuster, becoming the highest grossing film of 2021.
The film not only became a huge success, but it also became a huge trend across the country and even internationally, with everyone imitating Bunny’s Thaggede Le mannerism and grooving to Pushpa’s songs. The film has now been screened at the Moscow International Film Festival, according to the Indian Embassy in Moscow. At the festival, this film was screened in Telugu with English and Russian subtitles.
The film premiered at the Moscow International Film Festival in the category “Blockbuster hits from around the world.” And the film sensation isn’t slowing down, and it’s now making waves on a global scale. Sukumar recently stated that the makers intend to release Pushpa in Russia by dubbing in the language.
Pushpa The Rise kept getting credited as one of the biggest blockbusters of this year globally. On the other hand, the pooja ceremony for the second part of Pushpa took place recently, and the shoot is expected to begin soon.