Pushpa: Allu Arjun slashes his remuneration for his first Pan-Indian film?

Allu Arjun, who was supposed to be paid Rs 50 crore for Pusha, will now get a whopping Rs 35 crore.

Allu Arjun is without a doubt one of the most sought after South Indian actors. After delivering blockbuster ‘Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo’, the Stylish star is all set to begin shooting for his next project, Pushpa.

Considering the current scenario, Allu Arjun has reportedly decided to slash his remuneration for his upcoming film. If anything to go by the latest buzz, Allu Arjun, who was supposed to be paid Rs 50 crore for Pusha, will now get a whopping Rs 35 crore.

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Directed by Sukumar and Produced by Y Naveen, and Y Ravi Shankar under the banner of Mythri Movies Makers and Muttamsetty Media, the film stars Rashmika Mandanna as the female lead. Besides the lead actors, the magnum opus will also have Jagapathi Babu, Vennela Kishore, Harish Uthaman, Anasuya Bharadwaj, and Anish Kuruvilla in the supporting roles.

Touted to be as a crime thriller, Pushpa will depict the story of a smuggler who is master in red sanders smuggling.

Pushpa will be Allu Arjun’s first pan-Indian movie as it will be released in multiple languages namely — Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada.

Looks like Allu Arjun is determined to explore the Pan-Indian market in deep and that’s the reason why he has given his nod to feature in yet another pan Indian movie with Koratala Siva. Yes, you read that right! Allu Arjun has given a green signal to Koratala Siva, who had previously helmed blockbuster, Janatha Garage.

According to reports, Koratala Siva had recently narrated a script to Allu Arjun and the actor has given his nod to star in his film. It is to be noted that both Koratala Siva and Allu Arjun have decided to release the film in multiple regional languages.

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