This Pushpa review is based on my own personal experience with this film. I have seen it in the cinema, but the movie’s story didn’t really grab me. While I’m not sure I’d call it a’must-watch’, I’m still impressed by the film’s story and execution. It’s not perfect, but it’s a solid film that’s worth checking out.
The shifted shoulder characteristic has a huge impact on the movie. This is a significant aspect of the film’s narrative, as the main character rips off his chappal while moving. Similarly, as he progresses through the film, he gets it back. The movie has a lengthy runtime, so there are many surprises in store for you. Still, despite its flaws, it’s worth checking out if you’re a fan of Allu Arjun’s work.
The film’s popularity has led to a lot of hype. While the Hindi version is currently releasing in theaters, the Tamil version is doing equally well. The film has successfully overcome its setbacks and is doing a great job of shutting down pandemic myths. Despite a rocky start, it’s already streaming on OTT services. It’s even reported to be houseful at some locations.
After the wedding scene, the film picks up after Pushpa bashes Jolly Reddy. The film continues with a beautiful forest sequence, followed by a funeral scene and Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat’s sexy role. The film’s songs and dancing have also earned the praise of critics. A good movie has good songs and a strong script, but a poorly executed movie will not appeal to a general audience.
One of the most striking aspects of Pushpa’s story is her mother. Her character was created around hatred, but she was endowed with a tender side. In this case, her love interest, Srivalli, played by Rashmika Mandanna, proves to be a wonderful source of hope. Although Pushpa’s character is filled with hate, the film is also very much a reflection of many things wrong with South cinema. The protagonist is always shown to be in love with a girl who is not interested in him. The opposite is true as well. The film satirizes this with small, subtle details.
Overall, the film is entertaining and enjoyable. While Rashmika Mandanna is a good actress and shows her bravado and likability, the movie lacks story and direction. While it has good cinematography and production values, there’s not much scope for boredom. The film’s editing and VFX work are also paltry. Overall, Pushpa is a solid movie and one I’d recommend for fans of Allu Arjun and Malayalam Sri.
Despite being an illegitimate child, Pushpa joins a posse of red sandalwood smugglers. Pushpa acts naturally to attract the cops’ attention. In the process, he tries to undermine the corrupt rulers in the country. Eventually, he meets a disgruntled IPS official, Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat.