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Telugu blockbuster film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo completed two years on January 12. Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde celebrated its success on social media. The Pushpa actor took to his Instagram handle to share a BTS pic to cherish the memories of the movie while Pooja shared a video of fans going crazy in the theater watching the iconic and most loved song Butta Bomma. Pooja also shared a cute BTS video in which she could be seen dancing with Allu Arjun’s daughter Allu Arha.

In the video, the Radhe Shyam actress was getting ready for a shoot while lil’ Arha was sitting on her lap. Pooja was in a brown top and denim shorts, while Arha was in an orange top and skirt. She followed Pooja as she danced to the song of Ramuloo Ramulaa of Ala Vaikunthapurramloo. Sharing the adorable video on her Instagram handle, Pooja wrote, “On occasion of 2 years of Ala Vaikunthapurramloo, since you’ve already seen @alluarjunonline and I dancing, here’s some behind the scenes of Arha and I dancing while waiting for my shot. P.S- I think we may have invented the Buttabomma step somewhere in there unknowingly.”


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Arjun took to his Instagram handle and shared a BTS photo from the sets of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo. The photo featured him, director Trivikram Srinivas and music composer S Thaman seating on a sofa. Sharing the photo, he wrote, “Sweetest Recall. 2 years of AVPL. What a journey’ I still feel the sweetness. . Thank you Trivikram garu for the most special experience ever. And my brother @musicthaman for the album of the decade, all my artists, technicians, producers n the whole team. Congratulations to us once again. May we celebrate many more in years to come. Sweetga Undhi kadha’ Nakugooda Nachindhi.” (Is it sweet’ I liked it too).”


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