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Fahadh Faasil Reveals He Wasn’t To Be A Part Of Allu Arjun’s Blockbuster Pushpa The Rise



Fahadh Faasil, who recently celebrated his 40th birthday on August 8, is known for his stellar performances in films like CU Soon, Joji, Super Deluxe, Kumbalangi Nights and Malik. In the past year, Fahadh was part of two huge blockbusters Pushpa The Rise, directed by Allu Arjun and Vikram, starring Kamal Haasan and Vijay Sethupathi.

In a recent interview, Fahadh revealed that his character of the agent Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat was not originally intended to be part of Pushpa: The Rise, the highest-grossing Indian film of 2021 and would only be introduced in its sequel Pushpa 2: The Rule. , but it was director Sukumar who wanted to tease his character and so included him in Allu Arjun’s film.

Speaking to UK Time News, Fahadh said: “My character was going to be in the second part. One morning, Sukumar mister (the director) called me and said ‘I want to give a teaser’. I was initially going to do one scene, which ended up being two and a half scenes. I didn’t do a character like that, a crazy character”

“In Pushpa you just met Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat. You have not discovered him yet. There is so much to learn and discover about him. That was just a taste. You are going to experience him in the next part. All you want see about him will be new. He is not where you left him. He is now prepared. Wait for it,” the actor told the same portal.

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The National Award-winning actor even spoke of his character Amar returning to the Lokesh Cinematic Universe, stating, “In Vikram, Amar’s conflicts will continue to change. Once the conflict changes, the pattern of play around it will change. Amar different.”

Aside from Allu Arjun and Fahadh Faahil, Pushpa: The Rise also starred Rashmika Mandanna, Jagadeesh Prathap Bandari, Sunil and Rao Ramesh in pivotal roles with Samantha Ruth Prabhu showing off her blistering moves in the song Oo Antava.




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