Pooja Hegde recently re-united with Allu Arjun and the team of the film on the one-year anniversary of her film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo to celebrate its success. The film performed really well at the box office and the emotions were well conveyed through the screen straight to the viewers’ hearts. The actress shares how the success and love has made her feel so happy and much more.
Pooja shares, “People ask me how does it feel to have this success and I just feel I genuinely had so much fun making the film, we had so much fun on set that for me the film in my mind was already a hit because I enjoyed making it, so I think the success later is just an added bonus for me. I think I’m happy that the film eventually did well, but I think it’s all because we had so much fun making the film, we laughed so much the energy was so good on set, we had producers who supported us.
The Indian actress was glad that she was a reason for people’s happiness during the pandemic as she further shared, “Even during corona in these dark times when people were going through a lot of tough times and I had people calling me, saying that ‘Oh my god the film is so good, I just had so much fun, I laughed so much’, and when you do that I think that its another level of high I would say because we just feel like okay we managed to make people laugh.”
The songs of the film ‘Buttabomma‘ and ‘Ramuloo Ramulaa’ were a huge hit worldwide. Even the famous Australian cricketer David Warner from time to time also recreated some videos of the song. The film did amazingly well at the box office followed by a release on the OTT platform too.
With Rohit Shetty’s Cirkus opposite Ranveer Singh and Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali opposite Salman Khan Pooja has 2 big Bollywood films underworks, a Pan-India film with Prabhas titled Radhe Shyam, as well as Most Eligible Bachelor opposite Akhil Akkineni, lined up for this year.