Pushpa The Rise, a combination of Allu Arjun and Sukumar, was able to create a lot of expectations. Let's see how this movie is made in the backdrop of red sandalwood smuggling in the forest background?
Pushpa Raj (Allu Arjun) is a lorry driver who smuggles red sandalwood. Pushpa Raj's dream is to reach the top place in this business. What did Pushpa do to fulfill his dream? How did he hit those above him? The rest of the story is why he turned to the police. Did the flower succeed in this process? What is the role of Srivalli (Rashmika Mandanna) in this whole affair?
Allu Arjun's excellent performance as a smuggler in this movie. Evidence of his body language but, dialogue delivery but top-notch performance. Bunny carried the film on his shoulders. Not to mention Hats off to his image makeover. It makes sense if you watch this movie because Bunny is just the beginning in order to see himself often as an actor.
Rashmi impresses in a completely de-glam character. Provided the performance expected from him. Sunil, Anasuya, and others are praised in their respective roles. Fahad Fazil was able to create a strong impact at the end of the second half as everyone expected.
Sukumar turned the last film stage into a rustic action entertainer. Even in the case of flowers, it seems to follow the same. This time the setup and action part were all done on a huge platform. In the case of Engaging, however, the flower stops halfway to the stage. The theatrical drama was missed.
Sukumar wanted to tell the story of Pushpa Raj who never hesitated to do anything to reach the top in the smuggling field. The story seems to be well stretched in order to shape the film into two parts. That’s why Pushpa doesn’t rise big in the first half of The Rise. The story goes on and on. In the first half, however, there were no major high points except for the interval block. The second half will have majority action. The desired stage is set for the second part. What to expect from the second part is shown in the short teaser La Climax. The love track that comes in the first half is a little better. VFX also feels average. The comedy that comes on the Love track is hilarious.
Devi Sri Prasad's background music does not seem to be as effective. Similarly, the audio album was not a chartbuster in the range of other films. The cinematography feels awesome. Production designing is just that. Construction values are very rich aside from VFX.
Pushpa The Rise is a never-ending action entertainer. Sukumar chose a good story in Smuggling Backdrop. He also prepared the perfect base for the second part through the last 30 minutes. However, it was unable to overcome the previous slow narration compliant. Allu Arjun did his part as a cosmic effort. According to the ending of the movie, the whole thing seems to be in the second part. Overall, Pushpa The Rise: A never-ending action entertainer.