Allu Sirish’s popularity in the Telugu Film Industry is based on the movies he has done and the box-office result of those movies. But in Kerala and in the Hindi dubbed version belt, he is recognized as Allu Arjun’s brother and the elder’s popularity has been helping him in Mollywood and also in case of his movies to be dubbed into Hindi.
The latest, we came to know that the dubbing rights for the Hindi version of his ‘ABCD’ American Born Confused Desi to be premiered on television and on You Tube has got the producers Rs. 2.5 crores. This is a big amount for a Telugu movie for Hindi dubbing version’s digital rights. It’s the popularity of Allu Arjun that has made this number possible for Allu Sirish’s movie.
Allu Arjun‘s ‘Sarrainodu’ did phenomenal business for its dubbed Hindi version that has the highest number of views on YouTube. In a recent interview, Karan Johar was found talking about Allu Arjun’s movies like ‘Sarrainodu’ and how those mass movies had been filling the gap in Bollywood which stopped making mass entertainers, of late. Anyway, Allu Sirish has been cashing on his brother’s popularity, elsewhere. Follow Mirchi9 on Google NewsThis Week Releases on OTT – Check ‘Rating’ Filter
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