Pushpa Raj (Allu Arjun) is a daily laborer working for a group headed by Konda Reddy, Jali Reddy, and Jakka Reddy. They do illegal smuggling of red sandals. Pushpa grows in the ranks from a normal coolie to co-owner alongside Reddy bros. He then faces a bigger threat in Mangalam Srinu (Sunil). How Pushpa surpasses the various hurdles and emerges the kingpin smuggler don of red sandals is the basic storyline of Pushpa’s first part. The love track with Sri Valli (Rashmika) and the emergence of the new threat Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat (Fahadh Faasil) form the overall story.
Cast: Allu Arjun, Fahad Faasil and Rashmika Mandanna
Duration: 2h 59m ( UA)
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Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna‘s most recent movie Pushpa: The Rise – Part 1 is a total bundle of story, emotions, Comedy mass scenes, and great execution. Sukumar has hit the right harmonies with the background of the film and the tone of the film. Allu Arjun clearly shoulders the movie throughout with his acting and dialogue delivery. His change for the movie is commendable and should be appreciated.
There are some run-of-the-mill Allu Arjun scenes tossed to a great extent in the film and is sheer bliss for his fans to watch the ‘Icon’ star walk and play out his action in slow motion with the perfect measure of massy components added to the scenes.
Rashmika someplace meets the assumptions, as well. She conveys what is required of her and even performs well in the “de-glam” look. Her character, Srivalli, brings the much-needed romantic scenes on screen and compliments Allu Arjun in the right way.
Regarding the action side, assuming that Rohit Shetty can make vehicles fly, Sukumar has taken things a step above and we’ve trucks flying in lethargic movement successions. Leaving to the side the distortion, Allu Arjun once more has dazzled as consistently with his action sequences in this film. His action sequences with power-stuffed exhibitions and zingers most likely require some wild responses from the crowd. Also, the crowd just can’t remain mentally collected when that occurs on the big screen.
The story and the portrayal are somewhat speedy and might have been slow, yet it is reasonable as the film is as of now a lengthy to watch. The second 50% of the film sees the account raise to exhibit the master plan of the sneaking business and is loaded up with action-packed sequences. Notwithstanding, what needs is the way the smugglers stay away from or con the police, which is the typical fundamental assumption with regards to such films.
Devi Sri Prasad has conveyed one more hit as far as music. Every one of the songs is snappy and lifts the energy of the film well. The picturization of songs is bright and is loaded up with swag minutes for Allu Arjun’s fans to appreciate. Samantha has also impressed in her much-hyped item song.
Fahadh Faasil’s entrance towards the finish of the film just lifts the entire film. However not as huge as Allu Arjun, yet Fahad’s entrance, discoursed and zingers are clearly effective. The film goes in a new direction later Fahad ventures into the casing and afterward, everything revolves around Allu Arjun and Fahad till the end. By and large, the film is a massy performer with a good storyline and is specially crafted for Allu Arjun’s fans.
Positive Points: Allu Arjun, Pushpa Character Dialogues, First Half
Negative Elements: Unsurprising Story, Length, Half Baked Characters, Last Half An Hour
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