Suhas, a comedian, became a recognised actor in the film industry because to Color Photo. In today’s release of “Writer Padmabhushan,” Suhas played the protagonist once more.
Let’s examine its advantages and disadvantages.
Living in Vijayawada are Padmabhushan (Suhas) and his parents. His father, Madhusudan (Ashish Vidyarathi), works as an office clerk, and his mother, Saraswathi (Rohini), is a stay-at-home mom.
A librarian named Padmabhushan wants to become a well-known author. He publishes a book with the uninspired title “Toli Audugu” with his own money, but it doesn’t get any notice.
Unexpectedly, an uncle they haven’t seen in a long time sends out wedding invites and declares from the dais that he will be marrying off his younger daughter to Padmabhushan, a well-known author.
Many people think he is a gifted author who has published several novels, including his fiancée. Someone is secretly using his name to write a blog as well.
The only tasks Padmabhushan is now assigned are to locate the blog’s creator and the novelist who has been using his name.
Suhas’ performance is the film’s primary asset, according to the artists. He takes up the role. He has great comic timing. He also has to deliver dramatic and sentimental scenes later in the movie, which he does wonderfully. Suhas occasionally imitates Nani, but his acting captures our interest.
The two actors who stand out among the rest are Rohini and Ashish Vidyarthi. I’m OK, Tina Shilparaj. Gowri Priya is also suitable for the position.
Technical Excellence: This movie’s production budget was not very large. Only mediocre camerawork is used. Similar to the production design, it is average.
The editing team should have used the scissors more liberally during the first half.
“Writer Padmabhushan” presents itself as a romantic comedy, but it is actually a passion drama with a meaningful message.
First things first, then, I suppose. The narrative is about a young man who wants to become a well-known author and it takes place in Vijayawada. His attempts to publicise his work and achieve popularity make for amusing fodder. The movie takes its time and focuses on these elements in the first half. The first half of the movie is ruined by a number of tedious moments.
The incidents also lead us to wonder if the novel is set in the 1980s. Because no father nowadays would willingly wed his daughter off to a Telugu author with meagre financial resources.
To be honest, a Telugu author has to pay for book printing and promotion out of pocket. Telugu authors must instead give out free copies of their publications to intimate friends and relatives; forget about being well-known.
The city of Vijayawada is shown in the movie erupting in excitement as the hero’s blog becomes viral and his estranged uncle decides to let him marry his daughter. These scenes demonstrate the director’s ignorance of the Telugu literary scene’s current state.
Even the alleged attraction between the girl and the author is unconvincing. The first half of the movie is boring despite a few funny scenes.
The movie “Writer Padmabhushan” depends on its last act, which features a shocking revelation and an emotional aspect. The entire message of the film depends on the story twist (We are not mentioning it to avoid spoilers). The emotional scenes are handled sensitively, and the message is clear.
The message and the dull initial sections of “Writer Padmabhushan” are made up for in this concluding part. The movie ends up being pretty good in the end.
In summary, “Writer Padmabhushan” has a terrific climax but lacks in the other areas of drama.