Hyderabad: Allu Arjun is basking on the success of his recent blockbuster hit 'Pushpa: The Rise'. According to the makers of the film, the film made around Rs. 300 crore at the box office and is still running successfully in theatres even though it is streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
Here's a look at Allu Arjun's luxurious life and all the expensive things he owns.
His vanity van is called Falcon and is worth Rs. 7 crore. This shiny black van is a head-turner on any film set. Customized by Reddy Customs, it has black and silver furnishings, a tall recliner, a TV, and a bed which is ideal for the actor to rejuvenate, relax, and even practice a few takes. The vehicle even has his iconic AA logo on it. Did you know that this vanity van even made Allu Arjun pay a fine for violating traffic rules? The van had black tinted glasses and a Hyderabad citizen clicked a photo and shared it on social media, leading to the actor being fined Rs. 735.
If you see a car parked in front of the luxury vanity van, then it can only be the Hummer H2. Also the preferred ride of MS Dhoni, the SUV is an absolute powerhouse. With 393 BHP and 563 Nm torque, it can generate a top speed of 190kms/hour. The rugged, towering vehicle is one for all terrains. It costs above Rs. 75 lakhs. Allu Arjun is an ardent fan of cars.
A private jet
After his marriage, Allu Arjun bought a private jet and since then, he's been going on a lot of tours. He, along with his family, was seen attending Niharika Konidela's wedding in the same jet. He also travels in his private jet for success meets and film promotion tours. He made the best use of it during the pre- and post-release events of 'Pushpa'. Well, he lives up to the name of Stylish Star, the name given to him by his fans.
A multi-crore bungalow
A year ago, Allu Arjun took to social media to share his 'Blessing' - the name of his new house. He lived in Road No .45, Jubilee Hills, for a long time. A couple of years ago, the 'Race Gurram' actor bought a land in Jubilee Hills where his new home is coming up. He named this house 'Blessing'.