Allu Arjun's sequel promises an exciting roller-coaster rideThe pan-India film 'Pushpa: The Rise' struck a chord with the entire nation. The success of the first film in the two-part series contributed to the hype for the sequel titled 'Pushpa 2: The Rule'. As announced, the makers dropped the much-awaited first glimpse on the eve of Bunny's birthday. The first glimpse is true to the popular dialogue, “Pushpa isn't a Flower, he's Fire.” The ‘Icon Star’ will celebrate his 41st birthday on April 8.Sharing the glimpse video, the makers wrote, "The #HuntForPushpa ends and 𝗣𝗨𝗦𝗛𝗣𝗔'𝗦 𝗥𝗨𝗟𝗘 𝗕𝗘𝗚𝗜𝗡𝗦 🔥Happy Birthday to Icon Star @alluarjun🔥 #HappyBirthdayAlluArjun."Titled ‘Where is Pushpa?,’ the video spans over three minutes and shows us the whereabouts of Pushpa Raj, who escaped from Tirupati jail in 2004. The video opens with news channels debating whether Pushpa Raj is dead or alive after his footsteps and his blood-stained shirt with eight bullet holes are found in the Bakarapet hills during a search operation. With Pushpa’s death rumours circulating all over, his supporters start protesting in the streets of Chittoor and Tirupati regions. and blame the police officials for Pushpa's death. Some speculate that Pushpa might not be alive, while others say that he might've fled to Japan, China, or Malaysia. After maintaining the suspense for a while, we are shown that Pushpa is alive. He gets captured by a night vision camera installed in the forest, and that scene guarantees goosebumps. The video ends with Pushpa saying, "It's Pushpa's rule," while sitting at a police station.Check out the First glimpse here:\r\n \r\n \r\n Directed by Sukumar, it is the second installment of the pan-India blockbuster, Pushpa: The Rise (2021). The first part follows the story of a labourer who rises to the top in the red sandalwood smuggling business. Apart from Allu Arjun, actors Rashmika Mandanna and Fahadh Faasil will also reprise their roles in Part 2 as Srivalli and DSP Bhanwar Singh, respectively. The film is expected to release in early 2024.