Allu Arjun has a strong fan base in the south, and his recent pan-India film, 'Pushpa-The Rise,' has made him a household figure in North India. Pushpa- The Rise has so far massed more than ₹240 crores (net) at the box office & it is still going strong. The movie has crossed the ₹80 crore mark in the Hindi belt alone. Fans are restlessly waiting for film's sequel. Pushpa- The Rule release date, cast, story, director, budget & other details have been listed below.
As per reports, Rashmika Mandanna, Allu Arjun & Fahadh Faasil will reprise respective their roles. Apart from these three, some new faces will also be seen in the sequel.
Director of Pushpa- The Rise, Sukumar has already locked the script of this upcoming sequel. Sukumar has stated that he is planning to do more films with Allu Arjun after Pushpa series is over.
Nothing much has been revealed about the story yet, however, it has been revealed by the makers that the upcoming film will tie all the loose ends of Pushpa- The Rise. Sukumar stated, "Pushpa: The Rule is primarily about giving a conclusion to Pushpa Raj's life,"
He added, "It is about ending the feud between Pushpa and Shekhawat. When I finished the script, I realised that Pushpa 2 has a very interesting drama. I promise not to disappoint, and I hope the audience enjoys the sequel as much as I do."
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The budget of the movie is expected to be around ₹280-300 crores as the previous one costed around ₹250 crores.
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During the interview, the director also revealed that the team intends to finish and release the film in December 2022. "I'd like to reshoot two scenes from Pushpa: The Rule that we shot." So, as far as I know, no sequel footage has been shot. The script has been completed, and filming will begin at the end of February." I'd like to have the film released on December 17th of next year.," he said.