Allu Arjun

Allu Arjun was riding high with the pan-India success of Pushpa: The Rise. The film earned him the Best Actor National Award, marking one of the best phases in his career. Top directors were lining up to work with him, and everything seemed perfect.

Then, tragedy struck.

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Allu Arjun campaigned for his friend from the YSRCP in the recent Andhra Pradesh elections, causing a major controversy. His uncle, Pawan Kalyan, also contested in the elections, but Allu Arjun did not campaign for him.

This upset many mega fans, turning them against Allu Arjun. Nagababu’s “loyalty” tweet worsened the situation, leading to internal friction between Allu Arjun’s family and the Mega family.

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Pawan Kalyan’s success in the elections and his appointment as Deputy Chief Minister created a further rift between the Mega Family and Allu Arjun. Sai Dharam Tej, a Mega Family hero, even unfollowed Allu Arjun on social media, adding fuel to the fire.

Negativity towards Allu Arjun peaked on Twitter and Instagram with incessant trolling.

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To make matters worse, the release of his highly anticipated film, Pushpa 2: The Rule, is getting postponed from August 15th to December (tentative). This delay is a huge setback for Allu Arjun and his fans, as the original release date promised excellent box office potential. December might not be as lucrative as the Independence Day weekend.

Overall, Allu Arjun is suddenly facing a tough time. Unless Pushpa 2 becomes a huge blockbuster, he might be heading into a dark period.