Allu Arjun’s Blockbusters: Top 16 Hindi Dubbed Films (Updated 2024)

Allu Arjun, the charismatic star of Telugu cinema, has amassed a legion of fans with his dynamic performances and magnetic screen presence. For Hindi-speaking audiences, his popularity transcends language barriers, thanks to the availability of dubbed versions of his films.

As we step into 2024, it’s time to revisit and celebrate the cinematic journey of Allu Arjun with an updated list of his top 16 movies dubbed in Hindi. From action-packed blockbusters to heartwarming dramas, each film showcases his versatility and prowess as an actor.

Join us as we delve into the world of Allu Arjun’s Hindi dubbed movies, offering a captivating glimpse into his illustrious career and enduring appeal among audiences across India.

Allu Arjun Movies in Hindi Dubbed

Sr. No. Movie Name Release Year Hindi Dubbed Title
1 Vedam 2010 Antim Faisla
2 Parugu 2008 Veerta: The Power
3 Varudu 2010 Ek Aur Rakshak
4 Desamuduru 2007 Ek Jwalamukhi
5 Julia 2012 Dangerous Khiladi
6 Badrinath 2011 Sangharsh Aur Vijay
7 Bunny 2005 Bunny The Hero
8 Arya 2004 Arya Ki Prem Pratigya
9 Arya 2 2009 Arya: Ek Deewana
10 Gangotri 2003 Gangotri
11 Happy 2006 Dum
12 Race Gurram 2014 Main Hoon Lucky
13 S/O Satyamurthy 2015 Son of Satyamurthy
14 Sarrainodu 2016 Sarrainodu
15 Rudhramadevi 2015 Rudramadevi
16 Pushpa-The Rise 2022  Pushpa-The Rise

1. ‘Antim Faisla’ (Vedam, 2010)

The movie revolves around five principal characters whose lives intertwine when they face a common terrorist threat, leading to a gripping and emotional narrative.

Antim Faisla' (Vedam, 2010)

2. ‘Veerta: The Power’ (Parugu, 2008)

Allu Arjun plays a key role in this film, where a group of friends is brought to a village to find the village head’s daughter, resulting in a thrilling and emotional journey.

Veerta The Power

3. ‘Ek Aur Rakshak’ (Varudu, 2010)

This action-packed film follows the story of a soon-to-be-married bride who gets abducted by a man obsessed with her, leading to a high-stakes rescue mission.

Ek Aur Rakshak' (Varudu, 2010)

4. ‘Ek Jwalamukhi’ (Desamuduru, 2007)

Allu Arjun shines in this action flick, portraying a reporter entangled in love and war while covering a travel program.

Ek Jwalamukhi' (Desamuduru, 2007)

5. ‘Dangerous Khiladi’ (Julai, 2012)

With a mix of action and comedy, this film showcases the mind game between two brilliant young men on opposite sides of the law.

Dangerous Khiladi' (

6. ‘Sangharsh Aur Vijay’ (Badrinath, 2011)

Allu Arjun plays the role of Badri, a warrior and protector of the Badrinath temple, whose mission is to revive a woman’s faith in God.

Sangharsh Aur Vijay

7. ‘Bunny The Hero’ (Bunny, 2005)

Bunny, a young man who impresses a girl named Mahalaxmi, gets caught in a unique condition for their marriage, resulting in an entertaining romantic tale.

Bunny The Hero

 8. ‘Arya Ki Prem Pratigya’ (Arya, 2004)

In this romantic comedy, Arya helps his friend’s love interest, leading to a heartwarming and humorous story of love and friendship.

Arya Ki Prem Pratigya

9. ‘Arya: Ek Deewana’ (Arya 2, 2009)

Arya: Ek Deewana is a 2009 Telugu-language romantic comedy-action film directed by Sukumar. It is a spiritual continuation of the 2004 film Arya, starring Allu Arjun, Kajal Aggarwal, and Navdeep.

Devi Sri Prasad composed the film’s score, and Aditya Babu and B. V. S. N. Prasad produced the movie under the Aditya Arts label. The plot revolves around three individuals with a complicated love-hate relationship: Arya (Arjun), Ajay (Navdeep), and Geetha (Aggarwal). The film was released to theatres on November 27, 2009.

Arya: Ek Deewana

10. ‘Gangotri’ (2003)

This film marks Allu Arjun’s debut as an actor and tells the story of Simhadri, who becomes friends with Gangotri and faces various challenges together.


11. ‘Dum’ (Happy, 2006)

The 2006 romantic comedy film Dum was directed by A. Karunakaran and produced by Allu Aravind under his Geetha Arts banner. In addition to Allu Arjun, Genelia D’Souza, Manoj Bajpayee, Deepak Shirke, Brahmanandam, Kishore, and Tanikella Bharani play supporting roles in the film.

Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the film’s score. The film is a faithful adaptation of the 2004 Tamil film Azhagiya Theeye. Karunakaran wrote the film, and Kona Venkat contributed dialogue.

Dum' (Happy, 2006)

12. ‘Main Hoon Lucky: The Racer’ (Race Gurram, 2014)

Main Hoon Lucky: The Racer, directed by Surender Reddy, follows two brothers with opposing personalities who oppose a gangster-turned-politician. The latter’s schemes are successful, but his brothers are determined to overthrow him.

Main Hoon Lucky

13. ‘Son of Satyamurthy’ (S/O Satyamurthy, 2015)

Trivikram Srinivas’ 2015 action-drama film in Telugu Trivikram Srinivas wrote and directed the film Son of Satyamurthy, which S. Radha Krishna produced for Haarika & Haasine Creations.

The film also features Allu Arjun, Samantha, Upendra, Nithya Menen, Sneha, and Adah Sharma, as well as Rajendra Prasad, Sampath Raj, Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore, and Ali. Prakash Raj and Brahmanandam portray Satyamurthy and Kota Rambabu, respectively. The plot revolves around three protagonists: one who follows his heart, one who uses his intelligence, and one who uses his strength.

Son of Satyamurthy

14. ‘Sarrainodu’ (2016)

Boyapati Srinu wrote and directed the 2016 Indian Telugu action film Sarrainodu, produced by Geetha Arts’ Allu Aravind. The film stars Allu Arjun, Rakul Preet Singh, Catherine Tresa, Srikanth, and Aadhi Pinisetty. Supporting actors include Brahmanandam, Sai Kumar, Jayaprakash, Pradeep Rawat, Suman, and Adarsh Balakrishnan.

It was a massive success at the box office, becoming the second-highest-grossing Telugu film of 2016. This is undoubtedly one of Allu Arjun’s best Hindi-dubbed films.


15. ‘Rudramadevi’ (2015)

Allu Arjun shines as a warrior in this epic historical fiction film that depicts the life of Rudrama Devi, the warrior queen of the Kakatiya dynasty.


16. Pushpa: The Rise

Sukumar wrote and directed the 2021 Indian Telugu-language action drama film Pushpa: The Rise – Part 1. Allu Arjun, Fahadh Faasil (in his Telugu debut), and Rashmika Mandanna star in the film, with Jagadeesh Prathap Bandari, Sunil, Rao Ramesh, Dhananjaya, Anasuya Bharadwaj, Ajay, and Ajay Ghosh in supporting roles.


In the first of two cinematic segments, the film chronicles the emergence of a coolie in the red sandalwood smuggling ring. This rare wood grows only in the Seshachalam Hills of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is one of Allu Arjun’s most significant and best Hindi-dubbed films.


Leave a Comment