Vijay Deverakonda is doing a pan-India film like Liger, coproduced by both Karan Johar's Dharma Productions and the Director, Puri Jagannadh's, Puri Connects, and co-starring a popular Bollywood heroine like Ananya Panday. Superstar Prabhas also did one in Saaho, which co-starred a major Bollywood star like Shraddha Kapoor, and was distributed by T-Series in the Hindi markets. So, we're wondering which next big Telugu movistar will make such a leap to connect with the Bollywood audience, and not just with their dubbed South movies, Well, BollywoodLife got the perfect opportunity to pose this question during an exclusive interview with Allu Sirish, whose elder brother, Allu Arjun, is by far one of the biggest ever stars to emerge from Tollywood, who already enjoys considerable popularity with the core Bollywood audience, owing to the Hinid dubbed version of his South films.
Opening up on Allu Arjun's plans to transcend his super-stardom to Bollywood with a true-blue pan-India movie, younger brother Allu Sirish said, “That will happen, A lot of them (filmmakers) have approached him and some talks have happened, but I don't think anything exciting or anything that has got him excited has happened. I don't think it will happen till he's so sure that this is 'the film' and this is the best move and the best story to tell. He's probably waiting for that.”
Watch the full interview below:
On the work front, the Hindi dubbed version of Allu Sirish's ABCD recently bagged extremely high TRPs when it aired two weeks ago, recording an average minute audience (AMA) of 4016. He's also become the first South actor to do a Hindi music video courtesy Vilayati Sharab, which will soon reach a staggering 50M views.
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