This Pushpa review will be a quick look at the film’s philosophy and performance. The film’s central character, Pushpa, is far too powerful to be anyone’s food. The film’s plot is based on the template gangster tale of Allu Arjun, and while Pushpa starts out as a lowly coolie who smuggles sandalwood for a villain, he quickly rises to power and becomes the town’s biggest force. And that’s where music and performance come into play.
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Pushpa Movie Plot:
In the 1990s, coolie Pushpa Raj and his sidekick Keshava decide to smuggle red sandalwood, a highly sought-after and rare wood that only grows in the Seshachalam Hills of the Chittoor region in Andhra Pradesh. Pushpa hides it, is captured, and is severely beaten for disclosing the location of the wood when DSP Govindappa and his crew invade the forest to capture the coolies and seize the stock. Pushpa eventually rises through the ranks by suggesting creative ways to smuggle the stock, earning Konda Reddy’s trust and becoming his partner while at the same time receiving resentment from Konda Reddy’s youngest brother Jolly Reddy. Pushpa’s employer, smuggler Konda Reddy, and his brothers bail him out for the stock’s location.
Managalam Srinu, Konda Reddy’s boss and a powerful criminal known for his brutality and persecution, is in charge of the syndicate and entrusts Konda Reddy with protecting 200 tons of his contraband from the Police Department. Pushpa is given the same responsibilities as Jolly Reddy since he is deemed unfit for them. Jolly Reddy purposefully causes a delay in the export of wood, leaving Pushpa confused while Govindappa prepares to invade the location. Pushpa dumps all the logs into a nearby river, Keshava pays off the dam’s chief engineer to shut the gates, stopping the logs from flowing, and Govindappa makes no money from the second raid. On this special day, Srinu throws a party. During the celebration, Pushpa overhears two people discussing Srinu’s scams and learns that he sells wood for considerably more than what his customers are willing to pay. He tells Konda Reddy about it and advises him to demand a fair portion from Srinu, but he gives up when he realizes it would be risky to oppose the powerful Srinu.
In the meantime, Pushpa develops feelings for Srivalli, a courageous and outspoken milk vendor who is the daughter of coolie Muniratnam, a smuggler like Pushpa. Eventually, an engagement is set up for the two of them. Because Pushpa was born out of wedlock to his father and mother Parvatamma, who are not officially married, Pushpa’s elder half-brother Mohan causes a commotion during the ceremony and accuses him of using their father’s name to fix his marriage with Srivalli. Parvatamma is hurt during the altercation, and Pushpa is inspired to become a powerful figure by her suffering. Pushpa rebels, travels to Chennai, and strikes a contract with the client Murugan for 1.5 crores per tonne, which Konda Reddy and Pushpa agree to split equally. He smuggles the wood directly to Chennai skipping Srinu and later visits the latter demanding a bigger payment than what is paid. While smuggling the wood, Govindappa detains Muniratnam and accuses him of being a mole. When Jolly Reddy, who has feelings for Srivalli, finds out about Muniratnam’s trick, he holds her father hostage and blackmails her into sleeping with him.
Pushpa Movie Casts:
- Allu Arjun
- Rashmika Mandanna
- Fahadh Faasil
- Jagadeesh Prathap Bandari
- Rao Ramesh
- Anasuya Bharadwaj
- Ajay Ghosh
- Pavani Karanam
- Mime Gopi
- Dayanand Reddy
- Raj Tirandasu
- Samantha Ruth Prabhu
Although Pushpa has grown up in a world of hate, the movie still has a soft spot for him and his mother. Interestingly, he has a softer side to him and his love interest, Srivalli, played by Rashmika Mandanna. However, this film mirrors many of the glaring flaws of South cinema. In a story that’s all about love, the hero always pursues the girl who’s not interested in him. This is a recurring trope that’s a little bit clichéd, but it’s worth remembering.
Pushpa, the latest release from Allu Arjun, has been a hit at the box office. It’s also one of the highest-rated movies of the year, with an average rating of 8.1 on Rotten Tomatoes. The Hindi version of the film, meanwhile, is proving to be a huge success and has over 20k reviews. In addition to Tamil and Telugu versions, the film’s release is also making it available on OTT platforms.
The story begins with an introduction to the red sandalwood business. Pushpa’s entry is both heroic and harrowing, outsmarting DCP Govind twice before throwing his sandalwood into the jungle. The emotional quotient is also high. The film features a powerful emotional scene involving Pushpa’s step-brother humiliating him on his wedding day. And perhaps the most touching scene in the entire film happens during intermission.
Upon seeing Pushpa, you’ll be eager to see the movie. The movie was premiered yesterday on Amazon Prime Video and will be followed by the sequel, Pushpa: The Rule, in May 2021. Koimoi’s Pushpa review will give you all the details on what will happen next. While the story may not be a’silver bullet’ in the future, it’s sure to be one of the most emotional films you’ll ever see.
Director Sukumar is an accomplished director, delivering another mass story after Rangasthalam. While the character of Pushparaj is solid and well-written, the director should have put more effort into the movie’s length. The first half is a blazingly fast movie, while the second half is a slow and boring affair. Even so, this film is worth seeing for Allu Arjun’s bravado.
Thankfully, the movie also has three songs that stand out. The climactic sequence, when Pushpa is about to attack Jolly Reddy, is the film’s most powerful sequence. The film picks up after this sequence, with an equally strong performance from Fahadh Faasil. Thankfully, Fahadh Faasil only enters the picture during the last 30 minutes, but shares equal limelight with the already-established lead.