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A Bit Information About Pushpa: The Rise – Part 1: South Indian Seshachalam forests erupt in violence between red sandalwood smugglers and the police charged with dismantling their organization.
Quick Facts About Pushpa: The Rise – Part 1
- Release date: December 17, 2021 (India)
- Director: Sukumar
- Music composed by: Devi Sri Prasad
- Producers: Naveen Yerneni, Y. Ravi Shankar
- Languages: Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam
Pushpa the Rise Part 1 Budget
Part 1 of the 2021 Indian Telugu-language action-drama Pushpa: The Rise is written and directed by Sukumar.
Pushpa the Rise Part 1 Cast
Samantha Ruth Prabhu
Pushpa: The Rise – Part 1 Review
Review: With Pushpa: The Rise, Sukumar ventures into uncharted territory by creating a rural masala film with punchy dialogue, characters who speak in a Chittoor dialect, and a story that is deeply rooted in the region in which it is set.
As a result of Rangasthalam's sky-high expectations, what he delivers is a mixed bag that is excessively long, falters at times, and delivers what it promises to others.
Pushpa Raj (Allu Arjun) is one of many coolies in Seshachalam who illegally harvest red sandalwood and sell it by the kilogram to influential individuals. In a syndicate comprised of multiple participants, Pushpa gradually gains his footing and ascends the ranks until the man who used to cut down these trees becomes the one issuing instructions.
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His Achilles' heel is not his lady love Srivalli (Rashmika Mandanna) or the bigwigs Konda Reddy (Ajay Ghosh), Jolly Reddy (Dhananjay); or Mangalam Srinu (Sunil), nor is it his wife Dakshayani (Anasuya Baradwaj).
His brother (Ajay) won't allow him to claim his heritage that propels Pushpa from zero to one hundred in a heartbeat and frequently causes this laid-back, sarcastic, humorous man to lose his temper.
And just as he reaches his desired position in life, IPS Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat (Fahadh Faasil) threatens to destabilize the neatly created order that Pushpa has established.
The plot of Pushpa: The Rise is a shared cinematic motif: the rise of the underdog. Therefore, Sukumar has nothing fresh to discover in this area. What is novel is how he chooses to stretch the story and spend three hours establishing Pushpa's character before getting to the meat of the plot.
Despite all the fanfare, this is essentially what this picture is. Before Shekawat arrived in town, Pushpa may have amassed many enemies, but none of them appear to match his unyielding attitude. This may not sit well with everyone.
Sukumar's film succeeds when it concentrates on the nitty-gritty details of red sanders smuggling, Pushpa's assistance in making things run smoothly, etc. The picture fails when it attempts to pull off a weird (and problematic) romance between him and Srivalli; this does not always work or even contribute to the main plot.
Sure, Pushpa gets a chance to be her knight in shining armor, but it appears that the tale would have gone on that path otherwise.
The climactic showdown between Pushpa and Shekhawat lacks the necessary impact, coming across as rushed and Shekawat's character as unimpressive.
The visual effects, art direction, editing, and sound design are disappointing in certain situations. The team of Pushpa: The Rise did not attempt to conceal the fact that they had to release the picture in a rush, which shows in the film's flaws.
Pushpa: The Rise – Part 1 Trailer
Frequently Asked Questions
Has Pushpa Two Components?
Sukumar has revealed that the second installment, dubbed Pushpa 2: The Rule, will be released in December 2022. It was initially intended to be a single film, but it was subsequently decided to be released in two parts. The second section will continue the story from the first.
Is Pushpa Based on Actual Events?
Allu Arjun admits, in response to a reporter's inquiry as to whether the film is about the smuggling of red sandalwood by Veerappan, that it is a work of fiction created by Sukumar. He added that the film does not depict actual incidents or interactions in the Chittoor District.
What Is Pushpa's Conclusion?
As he sells supplies worth 1.5 crores in Chennai, he forms a deal with the Reddy brothers to get fifty percent of the shares. This provokes Srinu's rage, and he declares war on the Reddy brothers. Jakka Reddy survives despite Konda Reddy being shot due to Pushpa.