Allu Arjun heaps praise on younger bro, Allu Sirish, for the FIRST time on social media – here’s why

Allu Arjun’s family has been in the movies for quite some time. His younger brother, Allu Sirish was recently seen in the song, Vilayti Sharaab. The number, a peppy dance track had been filmed on Allu Sirish and Heli Daruwala. It has crossed 100 million views on YouTube. It is the first song of Darshan Raval to touch this milestone in a month. The Bhula Dunga singer is known for his sad heartbreak numbers but this time he has shown his forte in a catchy song. Allu Arjun took to Twitter to congratulate his brother. He tweeted that he was super proud of Sirish and the whole team. Also Read – OMG! Allu Arjun hid the fact that he was married to Sneha Reddy from costar Samantha Akkineni; watch video to know why

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Congratulations
to @allusirish on
hitting your 1st 100M
Super Proud ! &
Congratulations to @darshanravaldz @neethimohan18 and the entire team of #VilayatiSharaab pic.twitter.com/Am9U2HpG0F

— Allu Arjun (@alluarjun) April 16, 2021

Allu Sirish is the baby brother of Allu Arjun. The young man made his debut in the movies with Gouravam in 2013. He has worked in Telugu and Malayalam films. He is quite popular in the Hindi belt as a couple of films are hits in the dubbed version. The actress in the song is Heli Daruwala. She is a popular face on Indian TV. The two share a great chemistry in the number. Also Read – Rashmika Mandanna to Allu Arjun: 5 South actors who own lavish homes in Mumbai

Thank you!!! ❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/3tu0B27XDR

— Allu Sirish (@AlluSirish) April 16, 2021

Allu Arjun who has a huge fan following in North India will be soon seen in Pushpa. Many people are waiting to see him in Hindi films. Allu Sirish told us, “That will happen, A lot of them (filmmakers) have approached him and some talks have happened, but I don’t think anything exciting or anything that has got him excited has happened. I don’t think it will happen till he’s so sure that this is ‘the film’ and this is the best move and the best story to tell. He’s probably waiting for that.” Also Read – Ganapath: Tiger Shroff-Kriti Sanon starrer to go on floors on THIS date?

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Okka Kshanam actor Allu Sirish opens up on why the nepotism debate hasn’t affected Telugu cinema despite so many star kids in Tollywood [Exclusive]

Over the past year, nepotism has become the hottest debated topic in Bollywood ,with everybody from those in the industry and others connected to it on the outside to the media and many in the public with no clue how the industry functions putting in their two pence. Contrastingly, if you take Telugu cinema into question, which is run by many more film families and boasts far more star kids as opposed to Bollywood (the Hindi film industry has actually always and still sees many outsiders make it as compared to star kids); nepotism rarely seems to have even touched the outskirts of Tollywood, with the audience mostly interested in patronizing Telugu movie on the buzz they generate and then judging them on their merit and nothing else. To get a clearer idea of the contrasting picture, BollywoodLife sat down for an exclusive interview with Allu Sirish, younger brother of Allu Arjun, cousin Ram Charan, Sai Dharam Tej and Varun Tej, and nephew of Chiranjeevi, and he graciously shed some light on the topic. Also Read – Allu Arjun on completing 18 years in the film industry: I am truly blessed

“Why is it (nepotism debate) happening in Hindi cinema, I have no clue, but in Telugu (cinema) we have mostly remained unaffected by it because for every star kid, there’s one non-star-kid who’s as successful or more successful. So, it’s all meritocracy — people have come from film families who didn’t do well…it’s only meritocracy, that’s why I think it hasn’t affected us. For example, Vijay Deverakonda‘s biggest hit (Arjun Reddy) was produced by my father (Allu Aravind), Nani’s biggest hit was produced by my father,” says Allu Sirish. Also Read – Jathi Ratnalu box office collection: Naveen Polishetty starrer is a MASSIVE BLOCKBUSTER worldwide

Upon reminding him that there have been and are at present many in Bollywood who’ve tasted great success after coming from outside the industry, and he adds, “So, here we really don’t have that camp thing to take seriously, everybody works with each other, the industry is like one family, star kids and the ones from outside are all friends, we promote, each other, help each other, hang out with each other, there’s a more friendly cordial vibe here, so, I think that’s why (nepotism hasn’t affected Tollywood)…there’s a very welcoming vibe, everybody’s welcome.” Also Read – Trending Entertainment News Today: Allu Arjun’s Bollywood entry, Godzilla vs. Kong roars, Saina is a disaster

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Allu Sirish opens up about elder brother Allu Arjun’s plans to enter Bollywood with a pan-India film [Exclusive]

Vijay Deverakonda is doing a pan-India film like Liger, coproduced by both Karan Johar‘s Dharma Productions and the Director, Puri Jagannadh‘s, Puri Connects, and co-starring a popular Bollywood heroine like Ananya Panday. Superstar Prabhas also did one in Saaho, which co-starred a major Bollywood star like Shraddha Kapoor, and was distributed by T-Series in the Hindi markets. So, we’re wondering which next big Telugu movistar will make such a leap to connect with the Bollywood audience, and not just with their dubbed South movies, Well, BollywoodLife got the perfect opportunity to pose this question during an exclusive interview with Allu Sirish, whose elder brother, Allu Arjun, is by far one of the biggest ever stars to emerge from Tollywood, who already enjoys considerable popularity with the core Bollywood audience, owing to the Hinid dubbed version of his South films. Also Read – Allu Arjun’s Vedam costar Nagaiah, passes away at the age of 77

Opening up on Allu Arjun’s plans to transcend his super-stardom to Bollywood with a true-blue pan-India movie, younger brother Allu Sirish said, “That will happen, A lot of them (filmmakers) have approached him and some talks have happened, but I don’t think anything exciting or anything that has got him excited has happened. I don’t think it will happen till he’s so sure that this is ‘the film’ and this is the best move and the best story to tell. He’s probably waiting for that.” Also Read – BollywoodLife.com Awards 2021 Winners: Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandanna, Sushanth and more bag top honours in South films category

On the work front, the Hindi dubbed version of Allu Sirish’s ABCD recently bagged extremely high TRPs when it aired two weeks ago, recording an average minute audience (AMA) of 4016. He’s also become the first South actor to do a Hindi music video courtesy Vilayati Sharab, which will soon reach a staggering 50M views. Also Read – BollywoodLife.com Awards 2021: Ranveer Singh, Sidharth Shukla, Shehnaaz Gill win big – view complete list of winners

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Allu Sirish waiting for lockdown to end so that he doesn’t have to be so atmanirbhar

South actor Allu Sirish is waiting for the lockdown to end as he is finding living alone hard. Sirish took to Instagram, where he shared a photograph of himself. In the image, he is seen sporting a grey sweater paired with denims.
“Waiting for lockdown to end so that I don’t have to be so atmanirbhar anymore. Living alone is hard after all!” he captioned the image.
On Mother’s Day, Sirish had shared a photograph with his mother. “Happy Mother’s Day to all the beautiful mothers out there. Thank you amma for all the sacrifices you’ve made, all the love you’ve given, and all the things you’ve taught me over the years. Also, I’m so happy to be your favourite son! Hahaha. #mothersday,” he wrote. Also Read – Allu Sirish spills some family secrets in a free-wheeling chat [Exclusive]

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Happy Mother’s Day to all the beautiful mothers out there. Thank you amma for all the sacrifices you’ve made, all the love you’ve given, and all the things you’ve taught me over the years. Also, I’m so happy to be your favourite son! Hahaha. ?? #mothersday

A post shared by Allu Sirish (@allusirish) on May 9, 2020 at 9:11pm PDT

On the work front, the actor was last seen on screen in the Telugu film “ABCD — American Born Confused Desi”. Directed by Sanjeev Reddy, the film also stars Rukshar Dhillon. Also Read – ABCD Box Office prediction: After Srirasthu Subhamasthu, will Allu Sirish score another ace?

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