The icon star Allu Arjun is basking in the incredible success of his film “Pushpa: The Rise.” The chic actor is currently one of the biggest names in Indian cinema. He was presently in New York, joining in the India Day parade, one of the most well-known yearly events hosted by the Indian diaspora in the US. At the parade, where Allu was honoured as the grand marshal, he was joined by his wife, Sneha Reddy. Furthermore, he met Eric Adams, the mayor of New York, and taught him the Pushpa hand brush signature motion. They even clicked while doing Allu’s famous Pushpa hand brush signature.
Allu Arjun shared pictures with the Mayor on his Instagram handle along with a heartfelt note. Sharing the photos, the actor wrote, “It was a pleasure meeting the Mayor of New York City . Very Sportive Gentleman. Thank You for the Honours Mr. Eric Adams . Thaggede Le !”
Allu appears sharp in a black suit. His tricoloured pocket square attracted our attention. Sneha accompanied Allu in an open-top car while she was dressed in yellow for the India Day parade. They have marched through New York’s streets. There were a tonne of Allu supporters during the march. The crowd’s “Allu Allu Allu” chanting enlivened the parade.
LED screens at Times Square, New York, also showed Allu Arjun’s picture. After seeing the actor on the screens, his supporters, many of whom were dressed in traditional Indian garb, cheered for him. Prior to the traditional India Day celebration on August 19, Allu and Sneha were sighted at the New York airport.
Today will mark the start of “Pushpa: The Rule” filming. In this follow-up, Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandanna, and Fahadh Faasil all reprise their roles.