'Golmaal' Hero Dubs For Bunny In 'Pushpa' Hindi Version!

With less than 10 days to go for the release of the most-anticipated film 'Pushpa', the makers are doing all they can to bring a huge hype. Allu Arjun has recently attended the pre-release event of 'Akhanda' and will be seen as a special guest for a dance show finale. He is doing all he can to promote this pan-Indian project. While 'Pushpa' will get a lot of attention down South thanks to Bunny's stardom and the interesting subject, the Hindi audience needs special attention.

Though Allu Arjun or any of the team members are yet to give interviews, 'Pushpa' is getting a lot of buzz on social media. Recently, it has been revealed that Bollywood hero Shreyas Talpade who did films like 'Om Shanti Om', 'Houseful 2' and a regular cast member of 'Golmaal' series has dubbed for Allu Arjun's character in 'Pushpa' Hindi version.

He took to Twitter and wrote, "I'm extremely happy & honoured to be the voice of India's most powerful & stylish actor @alluarjun in “Pushpa” (Hindi).” He added that it is his 2nd Hindi dub after 'Lion King' but it is his first for a Telugu feature film. He said, “In my own little way have tried to do justice to Allu Arjun's phenomenal hardwork. Please do watch the film. Hope you like it. Jhukkega Nai."

Fans are excited to listen to Shreyas' voice for Allu Arjun. As we know, 'Pushpa' is a rustic rural drama set in the backdrop of red sanders smuggling. Rashmika Mandanna is the heroine while Malayalam star hero Fahadh Faasil will be seen in a negative role. Mythri Movie Makers are bankrolling this project which will be released in multiple languages. Sunil, Anasuya and others play key roles. This movie marks the return of the 'Arya' trio. Sukumar-DSP-Allu Arjun has come together after 12 years. They last worked together on 'Arya 2'. The songs have already turned into chartbusters and fans are expecting the film to do wonders at the box office. While it is sure to get grand openings down South, it is to be seen how the North audience responds to this rustic rural drama.
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