Best Of Allu Arjun Movies On OTT

Allu Arjun Movies have tremendous fans especially in Mallu fans. Allu Arjun stands as a prominent figure in Telugu cinema, renowned for his immense popularity and captivating performances. His magnetic personality, compelling on-screen aura, and dynamic acting have garnered him a massive fan base over his nearly two-decade-long career. Throughout his journey, he has graced the silver screen with numerous blockbusters, solidifying his status as the epitome of success. Here, we delve into some of his unforgettable films that have cemented his position as the beloved ‘Icon Star’ for audiences worldwide.

Pushpa (2021)

Streaming On: Amazon Prime Video
Box Office: Rs 373 crores

The actioner featured Bunny as a labourer-turned-smuggler and established him as a bonafide pan-India star. The film featured everything, from punch dialogues to catchy songs, that one expects from a paisa vasool mass entertainer.

Allu Arjun Arjun hit the right notes with his body language and intense dialogues, which helped him win the National Award for Best Actor. ‘Pushpa 2’, a sequel to the Sukumar-helmed blockbuster, is set to hit screens this August.

Arya (2004)

Streaming On: Zee 5
Box Office: Rs 30 Crore

Allu Arjun made his big screen debut with ‘Gangotri ‘(2003), directed by K. Raghavendra Rao. It was, however, Sukumar’s romantic drama Arya that established him as a household name.

The film gave him the perfect platform to showcase his dancing skills and grossed Rs 30 crore on a budget of Rs 4 crore. The film also became rage in Kerala, endearing the actor to the Malayalam audience. Allu Arjun later starred in ‘Arya 2’, a successor to ‘Arya’.

Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo (2020)

Streaming On: Netflix
Box Office: Rs 280 Crores

‘Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo’, much like most Trivikram films, featured a liberal dose of action and comedy. It revolved around the events that transpire when the protagonist learns a secret about his parentage.

Allu hit it out of the park with his comic timing and swag. He also set the screen on fire when he grooved to ‘Butta Bomma’ and ‘OMG Daddy’. ‘Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo’ emerged as one of the biggest hits of the year. It was later remade in Hindi as ‘Shehzada’, which proved to be a commercial failure.


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