Allu Arjun Avoids 'Mega' Tag For The First Time

Allu Arjun Avoids 'Mega' Tag For The First Time

Whenever a film belonging to the hero of a mega family turns out to be a super hit, they will call it mega hit or mega-blockbuster. Inside the film too, they make lots of mega references. This is to entice those mega fans who are actually fans of Megastar Chiranjeevi but extended their support to the likes of Bunny, Charan, Varun and Saidharam Tej.

In a very surprising way, actually Allu Arjun has avoided all such references in his movie Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo. Big thing is that, in the super-hyped board-room song-dance sequence, he called it as 'Peddayana song' but not used any word like Megastar or so. Also during the promotions, post-release publicity and in his success meet, Bunny never uttered a word about Megastar or mega fans but he kept on talking about Allu greatness and Allu Arjun Army. Looks like the successful mega hero is trying to avoid all the 'mega references' after he scored the so-called 'industry hit'.

Some say that these acts of Allu Arjun only increase the gaps between mega fans to the core as everyone understands what exactly is happening. Also, it looks like neither Megastar or Charan giving no statement about Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo so far has irked the stylish star. But then fans are asking as to why Allu Arjun didn't make a comment on Sye Raa trailer days after the release, and not even about the film later.

Going by all these happenings, surely Allu Arjun is trying big time to come out of the Mega Umbrella and prove himself as the big hero of Tollywood who has scored an industry hit if Baahubali is excluded. Well, industry hits come and go, but the mega tag is something that saves these heroes when they score flops as well. Hope Bunny is not hurting many 'mega' hearts out there.