Fans of Allu Arjun have been in for a real treat with the release with his much film Pushpa: The Rise. The film, which also stars Rashmika Mandanna, has been generating a lot of interest in the area. Sukumar directed the film, which was released in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi and received positive reviews from both audiences and critics. And, as Pushpa: The Rise continues to do well at the box office, the crew has received congratulatory notes from all around the world.
In the midst of all, Akshay Kumar took to social media to express his best wishes to Allu Arjun and the Pushpa: The Rise team. He also stated that, while he has not yet seen the film, he intends to do so soon. "Congratulations @alluarjun on the massive response you have received from all across India for #PushpaTheRise, another great triumph for our industry," Akshay said on Twitter after sharing the film's teaser. "I intend to view it as soon as possible." "Thank you very much Akshay ji," Allu Arjun said, overwhelmed by Akshay's gesture. It's thoughtful of you to convey your heartfelt greetings. You, too, deserve congratulations. People are returning to theatres, and the Indian film industry has begun to shine again."
Congratulations @alluarjun on the massive response you have received from all over India for #PushpaTheRise, another big win for our industry…planning to watch it real soon. @GTelefilms pic.twitter.com/7GAL78rPha— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) December 21, 2021
It should be noted that the Pushpa series will be released in two parts. The first half of Pushpa: The Rise was launched on December 17, and the second portion will be released next year. "When Sukumar narrated itself, I thought thinking I would accommodate everything in one," music composer Devi Sri Prasad stated of the situation. They then devised a plan to divide it into two halves. When Sukumar sir started narrating, I assumed it would be a four-hour film. It grew much longer after we started shooting. The film makes it plain that I can't be in just one part. It said that it should be split into two halves."