'Pushpa: The Rise' was the highest-grossing Indian film in 2021. The film, which was launched in Hindi with minimal expectations, ended up becoming a surprise winner. The picture went on to have a box office avalanche, particularly in mass markets. The film's Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada versions performed well as well. In the middle of this, the sequel to 'Pushpa-The Rise,' named 'Pushpa: The Rule,' is generating a lot of hype.
According to rumors, a corporate production business in the North has offered a hefty agreement to the makers of 'Pushpa.' The reputed production business has bid a whopping ₹400 crore for the theatrical rights to 'Pushpa: The Rule' in all languages. This does not include the film's OTT and satellite rights. Such a large offer even before the film is released is obviously enticing.
However, Mythri Movie Makers' producers are alleged to have politely declined the offer. They are certain that with the Hindi market opening up for it, the scope for 'Pushpa 2' will be larger and wider. With the film performing well in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, as well as Kerala, where Allu Arjun has a large fan base, Pushpa producers are optimistic about the prospects of 'Pushpa 2'. They're convinced that the second installment's Hindi box office would be tremendous. This time around, the producers intend to focus on the Telugu states.