The two-part film is directed by Sukumar and produced by Naveen Yerneni and Y. Ravi Shankar
Director Sukumar is leaving no stone unturned to mount his much-anticipated two-part action drama Pushpa, starring Allu Arjun, Fahadh Faasil and Rashmika Mandanna, on a grand canvas. The high-budget entertainer is confirmed to release in five languages including Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam on December 17. The film is produced by Naveen Yerneni and Y. Ravi Shankar under Mythri Movie Makers and Muttamsetty Media. The second track from the film, Sri Valli (the name of the character played by Rashmika Mandanna), composed by Devi Sri Prasad, will be launched on October 13, the makers confirmed today.
She stole our ferocious #PushpaRaj's heart and she is coming to take our breath away 😍— Mythri Movie Makers (@MythriOfficial) October 5, 2021
Second single #Srivalli from #PushpaTheRise on October 13th ❤️#PushpaTheRiseOnDec17#ThaggedheLe 🤙@alluarjun @iamRashmika @aryasukku @ThisIsDSP @adityamusic @PushpaMovie pic.twitter.com/k0CBKRhpmc
"She stole our ferocious #PushpaRaj's heart and she is coming to take our breath away Smiling face with heart-shaped eyes. Second single #Srivalli from #PushpaTheRise on October 13th," the team of Mythri Movie Makers shared via their social media handles on Tuesday. The poster features Rashmika Mandanna as Sri Valli in a traditional attire, sporting a red colorued half-saree, and is seen staring at something along with a bunch of crowds in a busy street. Sri Valli, the song will be released in five languages. The character's first look was also released only recently.
Earlier this week, the team of Pushpa released an update that the confrontation sequences between Allu Arjun and Fahadh Faasil are being shot in the ongoing schedule. "Witness the ultimate Face-Off between #PushpaRaj & #BhanwarSinghShekhawat on Big Screens," they had shared. The first part of Pushpa is titled Pushpa The Rise. The first song from the film Daakko Daakko Meka, crooned by Sivam, was launched a month ago and opened to terrific responses across all languages. Polish cinematographer Miroslaw Kuba Brozek is cranking the camera for the film that's being edited by Karthika Srinivas.