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Samantha Ruth Prabhu Charged Rs 5 crore for the Pushpa Item Song!

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Samantha Ruth Prabhu wowed viewers with her fiery dance routine for Pushpa: The Rise, Oo Antava Oo Oo Antava. While the song is getting a lot of attention, a fresh report claims that Samantha had to be persuaded to join the Pushpa song, with Allu Arjun, the film’s lead actor, personally persuading her. According to the story, she demanded Rs 5 crore for the three-minute song.

So much so, according to a new report, Pushpa’s lead actor Allu Arjun personally persuaded her to take the job. Not only that, but according to the article, she demanded Rs 5 crore for the three-minute song.

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“Oh, she has charged a bomb for the Oo Antava dance performance,” a source told Subhash K Jha for a report. She was hesitant, to say the least. Allu Arjun, the film’s starring hero, went out of his way to persuade her. For that 3-minute dance sequence, they had to pay her close to Rs 5 lakhs. She was a little hesitant about some of the dance moves. But she eventually settled in and didn’t ask for a single step to be changed.” Samantha is also being considered for another special song for Pushpa 2, the sequel to Pushpa: The Rise, according to the grapevine.

In December, the music video for the song topped 100 million views. Samantha praised Allu Arjun and the Pushpa team on Instagram shortly after the film’s premiere. “I played good, I played awful, I was funny, I was serious, I was a chat show presenter too… I strive really hard to achieve at anything that I take up,” she wrote beside a screenshot from the song. But being gorgeous takes a lot of effort….phew #ooantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantavaantava Thank you for your kindness (sic).”

Samantha’s fans have embraced her new look. Kriti Sanon and Sanjeeda Shaikh, both Indian actresses, have praised the actress. According to a new source, Samantha took quite a bit of convincing to agree to the Pushpa song.