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Did Anasuya Say No To Allu Arjun's Movie?

Did Anasuya Say no to Allu Arjun's movie?

Looks like Anasuya rejected an offer by Allu Arjun. Wanted TV anchor and host, Anasuya Bharadwaj has become familiar with the silver screen. She has been thronged with offers after her explosive performance in Rangasthalam.  The glamorous, energetic, and talented star has been very popular with the Telugu audience. Her career is on a rise both on the small screen and silver screen. She has set herself as an example for all the Stars who are married and into Showbiz. The news is rife that she rejected a role in Pushpa.

Allu Arjun and Rasmika Mandana starrer, Pushpa has commenced its shoot. Anasuya was approached by Sukumar, director of Pushpa for a crucial role in the movie. Though a crucial one, it was a de-glamorous role. This made the actress reject the role. She gave her nod to a role in Krishna Vamsi’s directorial venture Ranga Marthanda and Vijay Setupathi Starrer movie. She was impressed with the role in Vijay Setupathi's movie and gave her nod to it.

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