Poonam Singh

Actor Allu Arjun celebrated a significant achievement as he unveiled his wax statue at Madame Tussauds in Dubai. The unveiling ceremony on Thursday was shared by the actor on social media, marking what he described as a "milestone moment for every actor."


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Madame Tussauds, referring to Allu as "the king of dance," posted a picture of the actor alongside his wax counterpart on Instagram. The wax statue, clad in his iconic red jacket from Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo and striking the 'thaggede le' pose from Pushpa, mirrored Allu's style. The actor himself chose to wear the same outfit for the unveiling.

In a heartwarming twist, the wax museum surprised Allu by not only revealing his statue but also featuring his daughter Arha imitating his Pushpa pose. Allu's delight was evident as he laughed after seeing his daughter posing with his wax likeness. He joined her in posing with the statue, capturing the precious moment.

What adds depth to this occasion is that the wax statue was unveiled on the anniversary of Allu's debut film Gangotri's release in 2003. Reflecting on his journey, Allu expressed gratitude to his fans and supporters, acknowledging their unwavering love and backing throughout the 21 years of his career.

On the work front, Allu Arjun is currently filming for the sequel to Pushpa titled Pushpa: The Rule, slated for release in August. As per reports, Allu Arjun has also given his nod to star in a film helmed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga.