25 Interesting Facts About Allu Arjun
South Superstar Allu Arjun is a big name in today’s time. They don’t need any introduction. It is the result of his South films Dhakad and excellent acting that today the popularity of this actor is increasing rapidly in Bollywood and North India. Through his last film ‘Pushpa’ (Pushpa: The Rise), Allu Arjun made everyone believe in his versatility. For the role of ‘Pushpa Raj’ in this movie, the actor surprised everyone by adopting a beard and rough look. Since this movie, amidst the increasing fan following of the actor, people are busy gathering more and more information about their favorite star. Do you think you know everything there is to know about Allu Arjun? Think again! Check out these 25 unknown and interesting facts about Allu Arjun, you may have never heard.
Allu Arjun started working in films from the age of 3. Born on 8 April 1982 in a Tamil family in Madras, Allu Arjun was only 3 years old when he appeared in front of the camera for the first time. At that time, a small Allu Arjun worked as a child artist in the film ‘Vijeta’, which was released in 1985. After this, in 1986, he appeared in the film ‘Daddy’. And then growing up, Allu Arjun made his debut with ‘Gangotri’ in the year 2003.
The actor has spent crores of rupees on his vanity van. Huge luxury properties fail in front of his moving vanity van. Its cost is Rs 7 crore. It is designed by Reddy Customs Caravan.
Apart from dancing, Allu Arjun is also fond of singing. In the year 2016, he gave his voice in a song of the film ‘Sarainodu’. It was an action film, in which apart from him, Srikanth, Aadhi Pinisetti, Rakul Preet Singh and Catherine were in the lead roles.
Allu Arjun is the only Telugu actor whose every film has been dubbed in Malayalam. His fan following is so much that the actor’s film ‘Arya-2’ was in the theaters of South for 100 days. Because of this, his nickname is also ‘Mallu Arjun’.
Once Allu Arjun had revealed in one of his interviews that he had taken gymnast training in his childhood. This is reflected in every dance step performed by her with flexibility.
Allu Arjun shared in one of his interviews that he had also learned animation so that if his career in acting could not be set, he would have a backup option. He also did an internship in an animation company in Hyderabad.
Most of the celebs like to have lavish birthday parties on their birthday. But unlike him, Allu Arjun likes to celebrate his birthday in a simple way. Apart from this, he donates blood on his every birthday.
One of Allu Arjun’s favorite hobbies is photography. It relieves them of stress and helps them express their feelings. However, actors do not click and share photos but prefer to keep them with themselves.
Arjun also has a great passion for reading and he is also called a bookworm by his acquaintances. He loves to read self-help books. The book ‘Who Moved My Cheese?’ by Dr. Spencer Johnson is his favourite.
Most people know that Allu Arjun made his debut in the South film industry with the 2003 film Gangotri. But this is not true at all. The actor had stepped into the film industry in his childhood. He worked as a child artist in the film ‘Vijeta’. This film was released in 1985. It featured Chiranjeevi, Bhanupriya and V Somayajulu in lead roles. Arjun also appeared in the film ‘Daddy’ as a dancer in the year 2001.
It is not hidden from anyone that Allu Arjun’s career got a flight from the film ‘Arya’ in the year 2004. But did you know that the actor was not the person who was first approached for this film? According to a report, the director of the film Sukumar wanted to cast Ravi Teja, Nitin or Prabhas in the film. But this was not possible due to his busy schedule and finally he reached Allu Arjun for the role in the movie ‘Arya’. This film transformed his career. His tremendous acting was seen in the film and for this he also got the Filmfare Best Telugu Actor Award.
Allu Arjun lives a luxury life in Hyderabad with his wife and children. His house is wonderful and he likes to smoke and drink.
In the last few years, Arjun has given blockbuster films one after the other. This includes films like ‘S/O Satyamurthy’ to ‘DJ’ and ‘Ala Vaikunthapuramulo’. His song ‘Citimar’ from the movie ‘DJ’ was a huge hit. This was the reason that it was remade in Hindi for Salman Khan’s film ‘Radhe’.
He comes from a film family in which there are already 12 stars. This includes people from both the new and old generations of both Chiranjeevi and Allu families. In an interview given to Anupama Chopra for Film Companion, Arjun says that he felt that getting into the film line would be a good option for him. Here they will not have to start things from the very basic level. Because his grandfather, father and uncle have maintained a base. That’s why he got into acting. But Arjun says that when he started performing in front of the camera, he started having a different type of feeling. Basically he started enjoying it.
It is said that Allu Arjun and Sneha Reddy fell in love with each other at first sight. The two met for the first time at a friend’s wedding. It is said that at that time Sneha had come back from America with a master’s degree and Allu Arjun became a star of Tamil films. Sneha is the daughter of a Hyderabad-based businessman and she did not like her relationship with Allu Arjun.
Arjun wanted to become a piano teacher since childhood. When I grew up, I became interested in martial arts. Then thought to work in the American space agency NASA. But with the passage of time, the passion of these things also went down from the head. It was finalized that he would go to the field of animation. For this, did the course etc. and started working as a visual effects supervisor.
Allu Arjun’s fan following is not over, his Facebook page has more than 7 million hits which made him the most liked Facebook star in the Tollywood industry and also earned him the title of ‘Stylish Star’. Allu Arjun is the only celebrity in the South film industry who has more than 10 million followers on Facebook.
Allu Arjun is popularly known as ‘Bunny’ in Tollywood industry, his favorite movie is ‘Indra’, which he has seen 15 times in theaters, he is also the brand ambassador of many top brands and companies like 7 Top, Close-up. Joy Al Lucas, Lott Mobiles, OLX, Hero, Moto Corp and Colgate.
Noor Mohammad used to be a fan of Allu Arjun and his family. He had been following this family for a long time. He died in 2019. In this difficult time, Arjun went to his house. Spent time with his family. helped them financially. A day or two after this incident, the teaser of Allu Arjun’s film ‘Ala Vaikunthapuramulo’ was to be released. But due to the death of Noor Mohammad, Arjun postponed the teaser release event. There is an untold but very strong bond between South Indian stars and their fans. This is the reason why the culture of Star Worshiping is going on till now. People come to the theaters to watch movies in the name of stars.
He shows his love and his duties towards the nation by any means. She has also done a short film titled ‘Main Woh Parivartan Hoon’ which depicts that a little change is all that is needed to make the world a better place and participates in various social awareness activities for a noble cause.
Allu Arjun is the owner of many luxury cars, which cost around Rs 4 to 5 crores. His collection includes expensive vehicles of Range Rover, Audi and BMW series. Allu has a BMW X6 Coupe car, whose number is 666. Apart from this, he also has Jaguar and Porsche.
According to the data available on the internet, today Allu Arjun is a big star of Telugu cinema and takes around Rs 14-15 crores for a film as a fee.
Allu Arjun says that whenever he signs a film, he sees the commercial viability of that project. His focus remains on the fact that the film is going to perform well at the ticket window. Plus he should also have the scope of performance in the film. This is his film selection criteria.
People working in films are always accused of promoting nepotism. When Arjun was talked about this, he said-
“I would like to say with all humility that my father was a producer, so it was easy for me to get into films. There is no doubt that this thing proved to be very helpful for me in the early stages of my career. But I have a special respect for self-made actors. But we also have our own struggle.”