Allu Arjun turns down a cameo in Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawaan! here know why?
It looks like Allu Arjun won’t be appearing in Shah Rukh Khan’s much-awaited film Jawaan. The Telugu icon star has reportedly turned down an offer to appear in a cameo role.
The actor was reportedly offered a cameo in the film, but due to his prior commitments in his upcoming movie Pushpa: The Rule, he had to turn down the offer after much deliberation. After all, Pushpa: The Rule is one of the most anticipated Telugu films in recent times and Arjun is busy shooting the second installment of the franchise.
The news of Arjun turning down a role in Jawaan was confirmed after he listened to the narration from the team Jawaan. It’s safe to say that the actor is committed to his work and has been taking full advantage of the opportunities that have come his way.
It’s understandable why Allu Arjun has decided to focus on Pushpa: The Rule. After all, he is playing the lead role in the movie and it is one of the most anticipated Telugu films of the year. We are sure that the movie will be a blockbuster and that Allu Arjun will be able to deliver a stellar performance.
Allu Arjun recently completed filming a schedule of Pushpa 2 in Vishakhapatnam, where the makers filmed the introduction song. This is a big step forward for the sequel as the prequel – Pushpa: The Rise – earned a lot of love and appreciation from audiences and critics alike. The second part of Pushpa will focus on the face-off between Allu Arjun and Fahadh Faasil, who was introduced as the prime antagonist towards the end of the first part.
The film also stars Rashmika Mandanna, Sunil, and Anasuya Bharadwaj in key roles. The shooting for this long-awaited sequel began last November with a look test and the film’s cinematographer Miroslaw Kuba Brozek took to Instagram to share a picture from the sets with the caption ‘The beginning of the adventure’. In Pushpa: The Rise, Allu Arjun popularised the catchphrase ‘Thaggedhe Le’. Last November, he went on to introduce the new catchphrase for the second part at an event. He said that he hopes that the excitement he has for the movie touches the fans as well. Originally shot in Telugu, the first part of Pushpa was dubbed and released in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada. It’s the first film to be dubbed in all four major South Indian languages simultaneously.