Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India]: While the target audience has been eagerly waiting for Allu Arjun’s ‘Pushpa: The Rule’, the fever of its Pushparaj doesn’t seem to relax. Being a hub of Ganesh Utsav, the state of Maharashtra is celebrating its largest competition of Ganesh Chaturthi, where all people are in full swing to enjoy and are seeking the advantages of Lord Ganesha in a specific manner and apparently, many humans have chosen to rejoice the festival in a filmy manner.
The kind of rage that ‘Pushpa: The Rise’ has created a few of the loads are on an exclusive stage and is constantly rising in anticipation of its second component. The people of Maharashtra are celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi in utterly new and sparkling approaches. A video of one of the Ganesh Pandals in Khetwadi, Mumbai changed into visible the usage of a Pushpa subject matter in a very innovative manner and went viral.
A video turned into posted by way of Allu Arjun’s fan web page on Twitter.
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The organizer has dedicated one pandal to decorate with a Pushpa topic among the 12 pandals.
Among the 12 pandals, one of them was embellished with a Pushpa theme. And an exciting entry of Bappa in a Pushpa fashion will be visible in a video.
Themed over the topic of Dahi Handi, the skit includes an act that introduces special characters of the movie who talks about Dahi Handi of their methods and it ends up with Pushpa Raj entering in his swag from the above after which the curtain opens for the devotees to peer the Ganesh Idol. So in this way, they’ve created the theme round making it a ‘Maharastracha Pushpa’.
Recently, Allu Arjun’s appearance from ‘Pushpa: The Rise’ inspired Lord Ganesha statues to go viral, in which the deity can be visible sitting in a white kurta-pyjama much like how Arjun wore within the movie.
‘Pushpa: The Rise is a Telugu film directed by Sukumar, which become released in December 2021. The movie, which also starred Rashmika Mandanna, emerged as a blockbuster. The movie’s sequel is presently in pipeline.