By: Divya Thearia
July 17, 2022 (New Delhi): Actor Allu Arjun’s film ‘Pushpa: The Rise’ proved to be a huge hit at the box office. In this, Allu Arjun’s style was liked by the fans. The actor’s dialogues of ‘Main Jhukuga Nahi…’ and his dance style on the song ‘Srivalli…’ became so popular on social media that everyone was seen making reels on it. Not only the fans, but even the stars of Hindi cinema from South were seen trying to copy the style of Allu Arjun. In a recent conversation, Allu Arjun talks about the inspiration behind this iconic walk.
Recently, during a media interaction, Allu Arjun talked about the success of this film. Regarding his signature walk, he said that he was instructed by the film’s director Sukumar in this regard. Allu Arjun said, ‘Sukumar Garu had said that everyone has to walk like you. After that he came up with this kind of sloping shoulder body language because he thought people would adopt it easily.
Style spread across the country
Allu Arjun said that the idea of this walk was not to impress the entire country, but it was a by-product. If the local audience is impressed by you, this energy is automatically transferred to other places and an impact is created. This was the reason that the film not only made a huge splash at the box office, but his style became popular all over the country. Let us tell you that this film of Allu Arjun was released on 17 December 2021. Rashmika Mandanna also appeared in the lead role in this film. The film has made a box office collection of around Rs 365 crores.