Pushpa: The Rise Movie Review: ,Sukumar does the majority of the applaud-worthy work at the writing stage. Pushpa: The Rise shows promise when it wraps things up and sets up things for Pushpa 2. Pushpa (2021) Latest Movie, Songs, Release Date, Review, Top Actors, Story Line, Official Trailer, Watch Online, Free Downloader Links and more Information about Pushpa you can see and download for free here.
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Pushpa (2021) is an upcoming Indian Telugu language action suspense film written and directed by Sukumar. Produced by Maithri Movie Makers in association with Muttamsetti Media, the film stars Allu Arjun in a pivotal role, while Malayalam film actor Fahad Fazil (in his Telugu debut) and Reshmika Mandana play the lead roles. The first of the two cinematic corridors is based on the red sand smuggling in the Seshachalam Hills in the Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh.
Pushpa Movie Top Cast
Allu Arjun as Pushpa Raj
Fahadh Faasil as Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat IPS
Rashmika Mandanna as Srivalli
Dhananjay as Jolly Reddy
Sunil Varma as Mangalam Srinu
Anasuya Bharadwaj as Dakshayani
Samantha Ruth Prabhu in a cameo appearance
Movie Short Details
December 17, 2021 (India)
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The story of Pushpa Raj, a lorry driver in the remnant forests of South India, is set against the backdrop of red sandalwood smuggling. Red sandalwood is endemic to the south-eastern part of India (mountains).
It starts from the climax when newly married men learn about the Japanese culture of giving expensive gifts to their wives (not really, but the background description tells us so). One such gift is a musical instrument made to bring us to the story of how red sandalwood was smuggled out of India. On the way home, we work with Pushpa (Allu Arjun) as a laborer to extract the arrogant red sandalwood of a mad king. Like our regular heroes, Pushpa wants to be a big shot one day.
Following his dream of gifted courage and slanted shoulders, Pushpa joins Konda Reddy’s (Ajay Ghosh) team to prove his mettle. He steps up the ladder of fame and success in a way that catches the eye of many, including the police. Pushpa tries to reach the king by cutting off the existing crime-lords. Along the way, he stumbles upon Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat (Fahad Fazil), a similarly insane IPS officer, and then wonders how this fun mess ends (or starts).
Pushpa: The Rise Movie Review: Script Analysis
Sukumar wrote the characters brilliantly to make a difference despite following all the formulas that can be presented from ‘Beggar to Crown King’. From the way Pushpa talks about beating the goons to the way he brags without shame, Sukumar adds beautiful layers many times, creating a messy world of Pushpa. By no means does the director want you to see Pushpa as your usual dashing, flawless hero, he wants you to try to acknowledge him for his shortcomings.
The ‘slanted shoulder’ character works wonders for the character because even the choreography of Shekhar Master, who designed so many action sequences around it, turns into an explosion. Little things like a flower pulling a slipper out of a song while dancing and taking it back while stepping are a fun choreographical touch. Approximately 180 minutes of runtime pinches you to the most painful part, including some abrupt transitions between scenes (and songs).
Polish photographer Mirosław Kuba Brożek loves to move the camera between many props. Slow-mo gliding through the action sequences of the leaves does not look ugly, and is done very comfortably by earning a wave of seats from AA fans. Special mention to Shreyas Talpade for adding another layer of brilliance with Hindi dubbing as the hero.
Pushpa: The Rise Movie Review: Star Performance
Allu Arjun in all his glory proves that you do not need a very strong script to establish a shattering influence through a character. This is not to say that the script is below the mark, but that Allu’s character transcends all the great things in the film. His magnetic presence, and all the weird traits of sitting on his feet and drinking ‘beedi’ in the worst case scenario, are enough to captivate you for up to 179 minutes.
Fahad Fazil joined the party late and announced a strong role in the series, but easily slipped his neck against Pushpa. You could not enter the last 30 minutes of the movie and share the same limelight with the leading hero of the movie until Fahad Fazil.
Reshmika Mandana, with all her beauty and natural acting ingenuity, will continue to be the speed breaker of the film. The flaws in the script are also very evident in her sequences as her character cannot grow like a flower. Dhananjay as Jolly Reddy, Sunil as Sreenu and Ajay Ghosh as Konda Reddy give the right amount of evil to fight Pushpa. Sure, they all get an unpredictable treatment, but that doesn’t stop Pushpa from creating a curious annoyance on screen to address her style.