Pushpa The Rise Part 1: OTT Release Date and Time For Hindi

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Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna’s film, Pushpa OTT Release Date and time for Hindi version are set. Are you planning to watch it? Here is where you can know all about the film.

The film which gave a tough competition to Ranveer Singh’s 83, and managed to do the numbers at the box office is now all set to release on Prime Video. The Telugu action-drama is also available in Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada. It is available for streaming on the platform from January 7, 2022, from 8 pm onwards. The Hindi version will be available from 14 Jan 2022 only on Amazon Prime Video.

Pushpa is based on red sandalwood smugglers in the Sesha Chalam Hills of the Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh. Popular actor Allu Arjun plays the role of Pushpa Raj and Rashmika is seen as Srivalli in this action-drama which also proved to be a stiff competition to Hollywood movie Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The film also stars Jagapathi Babu, Prakash Raj, Dhananjay, Anasuya Bharadwaj, Harish Uthaman and Vennela Kishore. It is produced by Naveen Yerneni and Y Ravi Shankar.

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What Is Allu Arjun Starrer Pushpa: The Rise Release Date And Time?

This is the third collaboration between director Sukumar and actor Allu Arjun. Before this, they have worked together on Arya and Arya 2 together. There was a major uproar on Twitter when the trailer release was delayed.

Music director Devi Prasad worked on the film’s music and has been garnering praise for the song ‘Saami Saami‘. The film is based on the life of truck driver Pushpa who is an outcast as he is born out of wedlock. He wants to make it big without having the help of his father’s name and family and gets involved in the illegal business of redwood. Actor Samantha Ruth Prabhu makes an appearance in the film in a song.

The film, however, does not have strong women characters. Rashmika Mandanna’s Srivalli is happy to settle at the feet of Pushpa. Anasuya Bharadwaj’s Dakshayani is promising but doesn’t develop beyond a point.