The advertising material for writer Padmabhushan’s film, which stars Suhas and Tina Shilparaj as the central couple, has generated a lot of interest among viewers. The movie, which Shanmukha Prasanth directed, debuted today. Let’s watch how it performs.
Story: Padmabhushan (Suhas), an aspiring author, exaggerates his writing abilities. Being a librarian at a Vijayawada library, he even produces a book called Okka Mettu that receives little interest from readers. At this point, Ramana Rao, Padmabhushan’s uncle, enters the scenario and arranges for his daughter, Tina Shilparaj, to wed Write Padmabhushan. Even though Padmabhushan is fully aware that his book was a commercial failure, he chooses to remain silent and consent to the marriage of his sister-in-law. Eventually, Padmabhushan learns that someone is publishing works under his name and decides to find them. The key question at hand is what kind of surprising information Padmabhushan will unearth throughout his inquiry.
Suhas gives a strong performance as a man who is an ambitious writer. His understated performance in all of the crucial scenes gives the action dimension.
As the lead actor’s parents, Ashish Vidyarthi and Rohini were a fantastic fit for their parts. Ashish Vidyarthi finally received a substantial role, and the actor delivered a powerful performance. Rohini, on the other hand, performed a fantastic job as a housewife.
Tina Shilparaj, the heroine, has a charming smile. Her rapport with Suhas is well-represented. Tins did alright of an acting performance. Gouri Priya, a young actor, has a suspenseful and subtle twist in her character. She played her part well. She played her part well. Other supporting performers who played important supporting parts are suitable for their positions.
Details: Shekar Chandra’s music is enjoyable. Onscreen, his tunes are serviceable. The background music by yet another musician, Kalyan Nayak, fits the style of the movie.
The editing that Kodati Pavan Kalyan does is adequate. The photography is strong, showcasing the entire movie in an engrossing manner. This movie’s production quality are good for its little budget. A song’s choreography is visually appealing.
Analysis: Although the main premise of director Shanmukha Prasanth’s film is original and has potential to be developed into a successful family drama, the second half of the film muddied the proceedings with unwelcome detours.
The filmmaker did a wonderful job establishing the primary actors’ characters throughout the first 40 minutes of the film, but he thereafter struggled to keep the pace constant. Although the twist on the intermission block is handled successfully, the second-half events do not have the same impact.
In conclusion, Write Padmabhushan makes a valid point that is not fully developed by the weak tale. The picture is strictly mediocre material due to the simplistic execution, expected twist, and plain proceedings.