Allu Arjun is one of the biggest actors in Tollywood and is famous all across India and also has a massive fan following in South East Asian countries. Having delivered one of the biggest hits of this year Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, Allu Arjun’s stardom continues to rise steadily. Songs from the movie Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo are still trending on many playlists and the movie is being streamed on Netflix.
As part of today’s throwback Thursday, we give you this video where Allu Arjun talks about his life experiences. Speaking at an event, Allu Arjun talks about how he learnt some life lessons while driving in traffic. Arjun begins by establishing context by telling how his best friend’s house is just at the end of the street where he lives but Arjun has to take a right to reach the place. In order to reach his best friend’s house the easy route would be to take a turn at the end of the street but it is a one way street. So Allu Arjun has to make an extra journey where he has to drive an extra distance in order to do a complete circle to end up at his friends place. Then Allu Arjun goes on to talk about how some studies reveal insights into how the mindset of a country can be inferred based on two indicators. One is the quality of sanitation in public toilets and the other one being how people behave in traffic. He then applies this to his driving and tells how although it is easy to take the wrong route in order to save 3 minutes, Arjun prefers to stick to the rules. Furthermore, he goes on to say that he was able to change his driver’s mindset about following the traffic rules. Watch the video below.
On the professional front, Allu Arjun is gearing up for the rustic action drama titled Pushpa with Director Sukumar, set to be based on the red sanders smuggling mafia prevalent in the Chittoor district. Rashmika Mandanna is the leading lady and Vijay Sethupathi will be seen playing a key role. Music will be scored by Devi Sri Prasad. Pushpa will be released in five languages namely Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi, and Kannada.
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