First look poster of Allu Arjun in 'Pushpa 2' breaks records with 7 million Instagram likes

Allu Arjun
Allu Arjun. Photo: Instagram

New Delhi: The initial glimpse of 'Pushpa 2: The Rule,' featuring the charismatic Allu Arjun, has set social media ablaze, amassing an astounding seven million likes on Instagram.

The makers had released the much-awaited first look poster of Allu Arjun as Pushpa Raj from the film on the special occasion of Icon Star's birthday.

Sharing the news on social media, the Mythri Movie Makers wrote: "Icon Star @alluarjun's NATIONWIDE RULE #Pushpa2TheRule First Look creates a sensational record Becomes the first-ever Indian first-look poster to hit 7 MILLION LIKES on Instagram."

Right from its announcement, 'Pushpa 2: The Rule' has left a significant mark on the mind of the audience that went on to create examples of its success, when the makers released the first poster with a massive campaign that travelled to almost every region of the country ranging from small towns to metro cities.

Last month, the actor accelerated the much-hyped anticipation of the audience and had revealed a dialogue from 'Pushpa 2 The Rule' at an event.

The star was asked to give a little sneak peek of his upcoming film, and Allu Arjun quoted a dialogue saying: "Eedantha jarigedi okate rule meeda jarugutaanadadi, Pushpa gadi Rule."

The first installment 'Pushpa: The Rise' depicted the rise of coolie Pushpa Raj (Allu Arjun) in the smuggling syndicate of red sandalwood, that grows only in the Seshachalam Hills of Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh. 'Pushpa 2 The Rule' is directed by Sukumar and stars Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandanna, and Fahadh Faasil. The film is produced by Mythri Movie Makers.
(With IANS inputs)

The comments posted here/below/in the given space are not on behalf of Onmanorama. The person posting the comment will be in sole ownership of its responsibility. According to the central government's IT rules, obscene or offensive statement made against a person, religion, community or nation is a punishable offense, and legal action would be taken against people who indulge in such activities.