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Oo Antava Plays At Miami Festival, Samantha Ruth Prabhu And Allu Arjun Can’t Keep Calm

The Rise has all of us raving wild over the film. One of the most stunning gifts the film gave us is the superhit song Oo Antava. The dance number, which features Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Allu Arjun, has left many of us grooving. All things considered, who can move past its energetic tune? Nobody, we think. Presently, Samantha has shared a video in which we can see that the tune is being played at the Ultra Miami Festival. Indeed, it really worked out. Alongside a clasp from the live performance, Samantha expressed, “This feels like a special kind of win.” And, the clip has also attracted Allu Arjun’s attention. Resharing Samantha’s post, he added, “Wow, this is quite something.”

Samantha Ruth Prabhu has also shared a video from the live event on Twitter. “Are you sure this is Ultra Miami?” the South beauty wrote.

And, KSHMR, who was a part of the music festival, has confirmed it. “I can confirm — that’s me playing it,” he wrote.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu has astounded every one of her fans by means of the foot-tapping number – Oo Antava. Obviously, her appearance in such a dance number wasn’t predicted. The entertainer nailed it and how. In an Instagram post, she admitted that this presentation was no simple assignment. She posted a still from Oo Aantava and stated, “I played good, I played bad, I was funny, I was serious, I was a chat show host too… I work really hard to excel at everything that I take up… but being sexy is next-level hard work… phew Oo Antava, thank you for the love.”

Aside from discussing her presentation, Samantha Ruth Prabhu has likewise been effectively liking the work behind the film Pushpa: The Rise. She composed a warm appreciation post for Allu Arjun. It read, “I am always inspired when an actor is just so good that it is impossible to look away. Allu Arjun was that for me in Pushpa .. from the accent to the one side drooping shoulder and that god damn swag. Phew… absolutely stunning… truly inspired.”