Actor Allu Arjun, busy filming the second film in the Pushpa franchise, was reportedly approached for a cameo function in Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawaan. Arjun has turned down the offer after much contemplation due to lack of dates, said a report.
Arjun even listened to the narration from the team of Jawaan. However, per the report, he still could not provide his nod because of prior commitments, mainly as he’s busy running on Pushpa: The Rule. It is also reported that Arjun did take time to decide approximately the cameo provided in Jawaan; however, he went beforehand to Pushpa 2 as the movie’s shoot was underway at a ‘rapid tempo’ in Vizag and Hyderabad.
Quoting a source, a source reported that the narration took place with the makers of Jawaan; however, Allu Arjun couldn’t say yes to the film ‘because of his busy timetable’. The report further stated that the actor has been ‘education rigorously’ to get into the skin of his character for Pushpa: The Rule. For the following few months, he’s handiest going to consciousness on it. Pushpa 2’s shoot is underway at a quick pace with two predominant schedules wrapped in Vizag and Hyderabad’, the record also brought.
Arjun these days finished filming an agenda of Pushpa 2 in Vishakhapatnam, in which the makers filmed the advent track. Pushpa 2 went at the floors final November with a look test. The movie’s cinematographer Miroslaw Kuba Brozek took to Instagram to share an image from the sets and captioned the post as the beginning of the adventure.
The 2d part will focus on the face-off between Allu Arjun and Fahadh Faasil, who was brought as the prime antagonist towards the end of the first element. The movie additionally stars Rashmika Mandanna, who plays the man or woman Srivalli, Sunil, and Anasuya Bharadwaj in key roles.
In Pushpa: The Rise, Arjun popularised the catchphrase ‘Thaggedhe Le’. Last November, he went directly to introduce the brand new catchphrase for the second part at an occasion. He said he hopes his exhilaration for the movie appropriately touches the lovers. Initially shot in Telugu, the primary part of Pushpa turned into dubbed and launched in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada. It’s the first film for Allu Arjun to launch simultaneously in 5 languages.