Happy Birthday Allu Arjun: Let’s take a look at films rejected by the actor

Allu Arjun celebrates his 42nd birthday today.

In Telugu cinema, Allu Arjun is well-known for his flawless dance routines and various acting abilities. However, few people are aware that the actor has refused countless films over his career. As the ‘Pushpa’ actor celebrates his 42nd birthday today, let’s take a look at some of the films that Allu Arjun turned down.

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The film, directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, was a critical and commercial triumph, propelling Vijay Deverakonda to prominence in the Telugu cinema industry. Allu Arjun was offered the starring role, but he declined. The cause behind his decision is not known.

 

Jayam

Teja directed the film, which was a big hit and helped Nithiin establish himself as a significant performer in the Telugu cinema industry.

Bhadra

Boyapati Srinu directed the film, which was a commercial success and helped Ravi Teja establish himself as a significant performer in the Telugu cinema industry. Allu Arjun was initially approached for the position, but he declined it.

Gang Leader

The film, directed by Vikram Kumar, was a middling success, establishing Nani as a significant performer in the Telugu cinema industry. Allu Arjun was offered the leading role., but later he declined the offer.

100% Love

Sukumar directed the film, which was a critical and commercial success, establishing Naga Chaitanya as a significant performer in the Telugu cinema industry. Allu Arjun was offered the starring part, but he declined it. The reason behind his decision is unknown.

Bommarillu

Allu Arjun was the original pick for the lead in ‘Bommarillu’. However, he declined the offer due to artistic issues with the director. The character was subsequently given to Siddharth, who was relatively new to the Telugu cinema business at the time.

Kick

Surender Reddy directed the film, which was a commercial success and helped Ravi Teja establish himself as a significant performer in Telugu cinema. Allu Arjun was contacted for the starring part, but he declined.

Dhruva

Surender Reddy directed the film, which was somewhat successful and helped Ram Charan establish himself as a significant actor in Telugu cinema. Allu Arjun was contacted for the starring part, but he declined.

Pandaga Chesko

The film, directed by Gopichand Malineni, was a commercial success, establishing Ram Pothineni as a significant performer in Telugu cinema. Allu Arjun was initially asked for the leading part, but he denied the opportunity.

Sarrainodu

Boyapati Srinu directed the film, which was a commercial success and helped Allu Arjun establish himself as a significant performer in Telugu cinema. However, the actor first turned down the film due to creative issues with the director. Allu Arjun ultimately took on the job himself.