Prior to the film's release, even Allu Arjun and Sukumar might not have guessed the range of Pushpa's success in the Hindi market. They did not even promote the film and everyone expected that it would be great if the movie earns around 15 crores in the North. But the rustic rural drama impressed the Hindi people immensely as the dubbed version minted over 90 crores at the box office. The entire team is elated with the terrific response and they are making sure that more Hindi actors will be included in 'Pushpa 2'.
Allu Arjun became a pan-Indian hero with 'Pushpa â€“ The Rise' and there are heavy expectations on 'Pushpa â€“ The Rule' which is expected to hit the screens by the end of this year. At this point of time, the Hindi dubbing film distributors are looking to cash in this opportunity. They are getting the rights of Bunny's previous outings and are releasing the Hindi dubbed versions in theatres. The first film to hit the screens after 'Pushpa' is Allu Arjun's blockbuster film 'Ala Vaikunthapuramlo'. The Hindi dubbed version is hitting the screens on 26th January.
If things work out, it is great but if these movies fail at the box office, they may damage the craze attained by Bunny with 'Pushpa'. While Suriya, Karthi, Vijay and others tried this while dubbing their movies in Telugu, most of them did not become successful. Unlike this, Prabhas got a huge craze with 'Bahubali' but none of the Hindi dubbed versions of his films were released in theatres. He is only coming with direct new films like 'Radhe Shyam', Saaho', 'Adipurush' and others. Let us wait and see how Allu Arjun plans to sustain his newly found craze in the Hindi market.