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It is common for Tollywood superstars to take their own sweet time to materialize their projects. With the onset of pan-Indian culture, the time between the projects is growing alarmingly low. And this gap is agonizingly long in the case of Allu Arjun.

Allu Arjun took nearly two years between Ala Vaikunthapurramulo and Pushpa. These two films were released with a gap of a shade under two years.

And it only gets worse in the case of the gap between Pushpa 1 and 2 as Bunny is taking well over two and a half years for the second installment, that is of course if it doesn’t get postponed and released on 15 August next year.

The issue with Bunny is that he is constantly taking more and more time for successive films, making him the slowest superstar of this current crop of Tollywood superstars.

While Bunny’s version might be that he needs more time to conceive and execute these big-ticket projects, he should also keep in mind that his fans are having to wait that much longer to watch him on big screens.

Prabhas is the only hero who is working on multiple projects simultaneously and is actively trying to have more releases.