Actor Samantha Ruth Prabhu couldn’t stop laughing as choreographer Ganesh Acharya taught her and actor Allu Arjun the steps for the song U Antava from Pushpa: The Rise. On Instagram on Sunday, Ganesh shared a behind-the-scenes video as Samantha and Allu Arjun watched him and his partner, a female choreographer, take a step.
In the video, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Allu Arjun burst into laughter after Ganesh showed them the steps. Ganesh and his companions also joined them. As Samantha walked around, clapping and laughing, Allu Arjun said to Ganesha, “Time,” and shook his head.
Samantha also told him, “Lotus (Wow) Master.” Thereafter, he and Allu Arjun replaced the choreographer to rehearse Step for the song.
Sharing the clip, Ganesh captioned it, “Another hit with my favourite, these two @alluarjunonline @samantharuthprabhuoffl (smiling face with hello and hugging emoji) having the funniest time on the sets.
With Oo Antava, Samantha starred in a special dance number for a film for the first time in her career. At an event last month, Allu Arjun had thanked Samantha and shared an anecdote about her feature in the song. “Samantha Garu, thank you so much for doing a song. I know on set how many doubts you had. It is correct or not. You know, I just told you one thing: ‘Trust me and do it’.”
He also said, “You didn’t even ask a question. Thank you so much for trusting us. You won my heart, you won my respect. And you (Oo Antwa) for being the No. 1 song in the world.” Congratulations. .” Replying to him, Samantha had shared on Twitter, “And now I will always trust you @alluarjun.”
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Apart from Allu Arjun, Pushpa also stars Rashmika Mandanna, Fahadh Faasil and Sunil among other actors. Originally shot in Telugu, the film was then dubbed and released in Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil and Kannada. Pushpa is Allu Arjun’s first film to release simultaneously in five languages.
Directed by Sukumar, Pushpa features Allu Arjun as a lorry driver who smuggles red sandalwood. A second part, Pushpa The Rule, was recently announced for a theatrical release in theaters in December this year.