Allu Arjun's Pushpa: The Rise takes over Moscow; check out Russian dancers perform to film's theme
Pushpa: The Rise will premiere in the opening ceremony of the fifth Indian Film Festival which will be held in 24 Russian cities.
A dance group performed Pushpa: The Rise's theme song during the premiere, demonstrating the film's popularity. The movie has been out for over a year and is continually reaching new heights of success. It is now also available in Russia.
The Rise is one of Pushpa's tracks, which is insane. While a dance troupe was shown performing the songs, the movie became a worldwide phenomenon, even if its songs were a completely different sensation in India. This is unmistakable proof of how much the film is beloved by audiences worldwide.
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Ever since Allu Arjun's blockbuster Pushpa: The Rise was released in the theatres, it went on to create madness all across the globe. Be it dialogues or songs, The film has time and again proved itself a trendsetter in all senses. It's almost about to complete a year of its release and the film is still touching new skies of success as it is also now released in Russia and it's popularity was evident at the premiere while a dance group performed on the song of the film.
The songs of Pushpa: The Rise is madness in themselves. While the film's songs are a whole different range in India, it went on to conquer the world stage while a dance group was seen performing the songs. This is evidence of the love the international audience is showing for the film.
The team of Pushpa: The Rise is currently in Russia as the film was released in Moscow on 1st December and will be released in St. Petersburg on 3rd December. The sixth Indian Film Festival will take place in 24 Russian cities and will commence with the movie's world premiere.
On December 8th, the movie will be released in Russia. While Pushpa: The Rise has become a national phenomenon, the fans are anxiously awaiting any new information as the cast