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Pushpa trailer: Fans celebrate Fahadh Faasil's rebellious side

Tuesday, December 7, 2021 • Malayalam Comments
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Pushpa trailer: Fans celebrate Fahadh Faasil’s rebellious side

On Monday night, the makers of the much-hyped upcoming Telugu film 'Pushpa: The Rise Part 1' was released on YouTube. The trailer was supposed to be unveiled in the evening but the launch was delayed for over three hours citing some “unforeseen technical issues”. Well, the trailer was worth the wait! Going by the trailer, the film promises to be an exciting action-thriller set against the backdrop of red sandalwood smuggling. The movie seems to revolve around the natives of the forest and smugglers. Allu Arjun appears as a fearless woodcutter and a native of the forest, who does not relent to anyone. We also get to see a glimpse of Raashmika Mandanna, Jagapathi Babu, Prakash Raj, Dhananjay, Harish Utthaman and Sritej.

However we see Fahadh Faasil only in a blink-and-miss appearance in the trailer that promises to be a great cinematic experience. The movie marks Fahadh's debut in the Telugu film industry. While social media has been buzzing with positive reactions ever since the release of the trailer, Keralites can't stop going gaga over Fahadh's avatar in the end who is heard saying, 'When the party, Pushpa'. Reportedly, director Sukumar has reserved more of Fahadh’s performance for the second part of Pushpa.

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Comedian-turned hero Sunil essays the role of Mangalam Srinu in this action entertainer. Along with them, even Anasuya who will be seen as Dakshayani is also playing a prominent role. Helmed by ace director Sukumar and produced by Ravi Shankar and Naveen Yerneni under the Mythri Movie Makers and Muttamsetty Media banners, 'Pushpa: The Rise' is going to be released this month on 17th December. The movie will be released in Telugu along with dubbed versions in Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi and Kannada languages.

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