Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna starring Pushpa: The Rise was released in December last year, but the Pushpa fever hasn’t gone away yet. The film is loved by many and the Instagram is full of videos of fans dancing to Srivali performing the hook step. Now dancers including Zaid Darbar have made it to the hook step and it is going viral.
Telugu action drama film written and directed by Sukumar emerged as the highest-grossing Indian film in 2021. In fact, the film ranks among the highest-grossing Telugu movies of all time. Now the second part of the film will go into production this year and the release date has not yet been announced.
In a viral video, we see a couple of dancers getting their food from a buffet and standing in line one after the other. Interestingly, as they move in line, one of them gets the idea to move in accordance with the crochet step that Allu Arjun does, in the song Srivali.
The dancers were none other than the husband of Gauhar Khan and the son of Ismail Darbar, Zaid Darbar, Shaikh Razi and Noorin Sha. The trio succeeded perfectly in the step and you can see them enjoying themselves during this video. Shaikh Razi shared the video with the caption, “Dinner with atrangz on this trend,” followed by a smiling emoji. Watch the video below:
Shortly after he shared the video, fans couldn’t help but laugh. One user wrote: “Perfect trend video”, while another user wrote: “God this is fucking funny.” “Kya benefit!” placed a third. “Best version,” complimented a fourth. Needless to say, they nailed Srivalli’s Allu Arjun’s hook step and fans are in love with it.
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