Pic Talk: overwhelmed by the success of AVPL, Allu Arjun organizes a luxurious party for all its directors
Stylish star Allu Arjun Last Exit Vaikunthapurramuloo wing It is unstoppable at the global box office. After overcoming most of the non-Baahubali records In the states of Telugu, the family artist has accumulated a world total of more than Rs 220 million in two weeks of his theatrical performance. In addition to emerging as the eighth film in South India to cross $ 3 million in the United States, the Pooja Hegde Starrer sealed a spot in the 5 highest grossing Telugu movies of all time.
Overwhelmed by massive success, the Race Gurram actor launched a splendid party for all their directors in their luxurious home in Jubilee Hills. From Trivikram Srinivas, K Raghavendra Rao and Surender Reddy to Koratala Siva, Rahul Ravindran and Maruthi, several filmmakers from different schedules arrived at the event.
Sharing a group photo from the celebration, Allu Arjun wrote “I whole heartedly Thank everyone for coming home and being a part of our celebrations. This one will always be the most special ... thank you all for making it more memorable with your presence. Humbled #avplcelebrations ”
I sincerely thank everyone for coming home and being part of our celebrations. This will always be the ... https://t.co/oS29GgScPt - Allu Arjun (@alluarjun) 1580727415000
Meanwhile, from the past few days, the team of Vaikunthapurramuloo wing has been organising success meets. Claiming that the film is a non-Baahubali blockbuster in Telugu cinema, the 36-year-old stated that “I feel but if Vaikunthapurramuloo wing record is broken soon, it would mean that Tollywood is progressing at a brisk pace. I am personally happy with the success but it is a passing phase.”
Besides the lead pair, Vaikunthapurramuloo wing features an ensemble star cast with the likes of Tabu, Sushanth, Navdeep, Jayaram, Samuthirakani, Rajendra Prasad, Rahul Ramakrishna, Vennela Kishore, Brahmaji and Sunil. S Thaman’s foot-tapping songs have connected with the audience big time.
After films like Julayi and S/O Satyamurthy, the successful duo of Bunny and Trivikram has presented an absorbing and entertaining family drama that despite having a cliché and a predictable story manages to entertain. Once the suspense is broken, the story takes a familiar route but still manages to enchant with subtle nuances.