Who could forget the craze when Allu Arjun’s film Pushpa was released in theaters? The film was a massive blockbuster and created a buzz all around. Everyone around the corner was talking about the film.
Pushpa starred Allu Arjun in the leading titular role, while Rashmika Mandanna was seen playing his love interest. Apart from these two, the film also featured Fahadh Faasil in a pivotal role. While the characters, story, and Pushpa’s signature hand gesture were indeed extreme hits among fans, no one can argue against the fact that the film’s music also played a key role in its big success.
Be it Javed Ali’s Srivalli, or Oo Antava featuring the very glamourous Samantha Ruth Prabhu, every song in the film was a banger. And since Pushpa 2 has already been announced, the fans are really excited to know more details about the upcoming anticipated project.
There is also a big demand for another item number just like the superhit Oo Antava in the upcoming song. The makers are also very serious about including an item song, and earlier it was believed that Samantha will continue the legacy in Pushpa 2 as well.
Then, the name of Nora Fatehi also made headlines. Some reports claimed that Pushpa 2’s makers have approached Nora for the item song. But now, a new report has put all the rumors to rest. If recent reports are to be believed, neither Samantha nor Nora Fatehi will be seen shaking a leg in Pushpa 2’s item song.
It is said that Tamannaah Bhatia has been roped in for the job, and her fans are excited about it. Though no one from the film or Tamannaah herself has confirmed the news yet, it is believed her participation might be kept under wraps as she will also have a role in the film.
As per the report in Tollywood.net, there will be an item song in Pushpa 2 and the actress grooving in it will not just be a part of the song but will also have a role to play in the film. Also, it is learnt that the actress will play Allu Arjun’s love interest. Earlier, it was said that Samantha will join the film after the success of ‘Oo Antava…”.