Allu Arjun is Going to Break his Rule?

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Allu Arjun is Going to Break his Rule?

Allu Arjun is Going to Break his Rule?

Stylish Star Allu Arjun is enjoying the success of his recent flick Sarrainodu, which grabbed more than 70 crores at the box office!! Now, he is preparing for his next film with Harish Shankar. At first, he wanted to team up with Lingusamy or Vikram Kumar and act in a different and experimental story but at last, he decided to act in another commercial entertainer.

Harish Shankar’s last film was Subramanyam for Sale which got a good response from the audience. Now, they are teaming up for a film. But the specialty of this film is, Bunny is going to break his rule, which he maintained for all his films.

Till now, Allu Arjun acted in 15 films, in these 15 films, Allu Arjun has shared his screen space with new female leads. Which means he did not act with the same heroine twice. Now, it looks like his rule going to break the rule with this film. Makers planning to rope in Shruti Haasan as the female lead. Already, Shruti acted in Race Gurram movie. She worked with director Harish Shankar in Gabbar Singh movie!! So, these trio combination is going to be a major plus point for the film.

Makers planning to rope in Shruti Haasan as the female lead. Already, Shruti acted in Race Gurram movie. She worked with director Harish Shankar in Gabbar Singh movie!! So, these trio combination is going to be a major plus point for the film.

Even though Catherine Tresa appeared in Sarrainodu, she acted as a second heroine!!!

We have to wait for an official confirmation and see Whether Bunny is going to break his rule or not?

Written by: V

Allu Arjun is Going to Break his Rule? was last modified: July 6th, 2016 by Raghu

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