So what, exactly, do you mean by "run the project"? Running the app doesn't cause the options menu to be displayed. Pressing the Menu button does, as Steve pointed out.
By the way, please attach images right here to the post, not at some 3rd party site - makes it much to check out the image, and sometimes those external sites are blocked, making it impossible to see the images.
Why would you want to do that? People are used to using the Menu button; it's there for invoking the options menu, after all. I'd say you need very good reasons for altering the behavior of an app so that it deviates from the Android standard.
sameera liyanage wrote:it's better to use button,if i need to see them without clicking Menu button.is it correct?
Yes, you have to decide when and where those actions will be used. If the actions are part-and-parcel to how the activity works - i.e. they will always be pressed - then you should use normal Buttons to trigger those actions, and those buttons should be part of the normal UI. If the actions are optional or rarely used / one-off actions in normal situations then you should put them in a Menu, so they don't take up UI space and are accessible to the user when they need them.