Pushpa: The Rise is the second film in the series, and according to reports, the makers of the movie will premiere a trailer on April 8, which coincides with the birthday of the film’s lead actor, Allu Arjun. The announcement of the trailer’s release was teased on social media, and it includes footage from the first part.
Fahadh Faasil will join the cast in Pushpa 2, and he was spotted last November undergoing appearance testing. The film’s cinematographer, Miroslaw Kuba Brozek, posted a photo on Instagram with the caption, “This is where the adventure begins.” The team has recently completed filming several action sequences in Visakhapatnam.
As per a tweet by Telugu film portal Aakashavaani, the makers have produced a three-minute trailer featuring the action footage filmed so far, and they plan to release it on Allu Arjun’s birthday.
The second part will focus on the confrontation between Allu Arjun and Fahadh Faasil, who were introduced as the main antagonists at the end of the first part. Rashmika Mandanna also stars in the film as Srivalli.
In Pushpa: The Rise, Allu Arjun popularized the catchphrase “Thaggedhe Le.” He introduced the tagline for the second part at an event last November, saying, “If it was ‘Thaggedhe Le’ in Pushpa 1, then in Pushpa 2 it is ‘Asalu Thaggedhe Le.’ Of course, I hope everything is positive. I’m excited, and I hope this excitement spreads to the fans.”
The first part of Pushpa was filmed in Telugu and later dubbed in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada. This is the first time Allu Arjun’s film is being released in five languages. The movie features Allu Arjun as a truck driver working with sandalwood smugglers, and it has grossed over Rs 300 crore worldwide.
In conclusion, the makers of Pushpa: The Rise are set to release a trailer for the second part of the film series on April 8, which coincides with the birthday of the film’s lead actor. The movie will feature Fahadh Faasil and Rashmika Mandanna in pivotal roles and is expected to focus on the confrontation between the lead actors. The first part of Pushpa was a huge success, grossing over Rs 300 crore worldwide, and it was dubbed and released in several languages.