INDIA: After delivering a power-packed performance in Pushpa: The Rise, Allu Arjun might appear in Hollywood as a superhero. Reportedly, the actor had a secret meeting with studio executives for his Hollywood role.
The Allu Arjun-starrer Pushpa: The Rise emerged as a box office behemoth with its release. Sukumar’s directorial film lavished a gripping story on the Stylish Star’s mass entertainer performance. The intriguing elements in the film drew a wide range of moviegoers, resulting in a box office revenue of ₹ 365 crores.
Allu Arjun is speculated to make his Hollywood debut
The Stylish Star Allu Arjun rose to international prominence with the release of Pushpa. The actor’s iconic dialogue has skyrocketed to worldwide reach. According to the sources, a big director-producer from the industry has offered a Hollywood role to Allu Arjun.
If the speculations turn out to be true, fans will witness the actor’s power-packed entry into Hollywood. The rumours also hint that the Pushpa star might essay the role of a superhero.
Many Indian actors have recently worked in popular Hollywood films. Dhanush debuted as “The Lone Wolf” in The Russo Brothers’ directorial The Gray Man. The action thriller film featured Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, and Ana de Armas in the lead roles. Farhan Akhtar also starred in the MCU series, Ms Marvel. Alia Bhatt will also appear in “Heart of Stone” alongside Gal Gadot.
Recently Allu Arjun also joined the prestigious India Day Parade. On Twitter, the Stylish star also expressed gratitude to Eric Adams, the Mayor of New York City.
The actor tweeted, “It was a pleasure meeting the Mayor of New York City. Very Sportive Gentleman. Thank You for the Honours Mr. Eric Adams. Thaggede Le! @ericadamsfornyc @NYCMayorsOffice.”
The makers of Pushpa: The Rule also started the filming with a pooja ceremony. Allu Arjun will reprise the role of the titular character. Rashmika Mandanna and Fahadh Faasil will also return to their respective roles in the movie. Sukumar will join the director’s chair to helm the much-awaited film.