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Allu Arjun's signature step in Pushpa: The Rise seems all set to make its presence felt during Navaratri this year

Updated on: 22 September,2022 06:25 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Written by: mid-day online correspondent |

Ever since the time Allu Arjun's 'Pushpa: The Rise’ has been released, the film has created a whole new kind of rage which was visible around all the corners of the world

Allu Arjun's signature step in Pushpa: The Rise seems all set to make its presence felt during Navaratri this year

Pic Courtesy: Allu Arjun Official Instagram Account


Ever since the time ‘Allu Arjun's Pushpa: The Rise’ has been released, the film has created a whole new kind of rage which was visible around all the corners of the world.


The popularity of Allu Arjun was witnessed during the Ganapati festival with Ganapati Idols and pandals being decorated with the theme of his film ‘Pushpa: The Rise’. This time round, it seems like the stage is set with the upcoming Navaratri festival too, which is seemingly all set to dance (quite literally) to the same theme. 


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A recent viral video shows two boys rehearsing for the upcoming Navratri festival. Even though they were rehearsing for the traditional 'garba' dance, what made their dance steps unique was the incorporation of Allu Arjun’s signature steps from his film in the dance.

On the work front, Allu Arjun is now all set to enthrall the cinema audience once again with his film ‘Pushpa: The Rule’, which went on the floor recently.

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