Pushpa Full Movie

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Pushpa Full Movie the Rise – Part 1 is a 2021 Indian Telugu language crime action thriller film, written and directed by Sukumar. It stars Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandana, Fahad Fazil, Prakash Raj and Jagpati Babu in the lead roles and Harish Uthaman, Bennela Kishore and Ansuya Bharadwaj in the supporting roles.

Also, Sukumar’s Pushpa: The Rise shows promise when it wraps things up and sets up things for Pushpa 2.


Pushpa: The Rise Trailer

Top Cast of Pushpa Full Movie

Allu Arjun

Allu Arjun

as Bantu



as Amulya ‘Ammu’

Fahad Faasil

Fahad Faasil

as Yasoda ‘Yasu’


  • Release date – January 11, 2020 (United States)
  • Country of origin – India
  • Official site – My Movies
  • Language – Telugu
  • Also known as – In Ala Vaikunthapurram
  • Production companies – Geetha ArtsHaarika & Hassine Creations

Box office

  • Budget: 2.5 billion INR
  • Gross US & Canada: $1,320,000
  • Opening weekend US & Canada: $1,320,000Dec 19, 2021
  • Gross worldwide: $7,592,374

Technical specs

  • Runtime: 2 hours 59 minutes
  • Color: Color
  • Aspect ratio: 2.39:1

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Daakko Daakko Meka (Telugu)
Music by Devi Sri Prasad
Lyrics by Chandrabose
Vocals by Shivam

Alternate versions

The Sun NXT version omits the anti-smoking video disclaimers and the intermission card.


Shreyas Talpade dubbed for Hindi version with Marathi accent.


Shreyas Talpade dubbed for Hindi version with Marathi accent.

Pushpa Full Movie Review

At Pushpa: The Rise, Sukumar creates a rustic masala movie full of stories deeply rooted in the region where expectations are high. And that he offers changes after Hit dialect, Chittoor dialect-speaking characters, and Langastalam. By breaking new ground, it becomes a mixed bag that is too long, sometimes upset, and does what others have promised.

Pushparaj (Allu Arjun) is one of the many coolies in Seshachalam that illegally logs Kouki and sells it to those in power in kilograms. In a multiplayer syndicate, Pushpa learns to slowly find his feet and stand up, and the man who once cut down these trees gives orders. However, his Achilles tendon is also his lover Srivari (Rashmita Mandana), big names Konda Reddy (Ajai Gauche), Jolly Reddy (Dananjai), Mangalam Schrine (Sneil), and wife Dakshayani (Anasuya Baladwaji).

But not. It is true that his brother (Ajay) does not insist on his pedigree that quickly makes Pushpa from zero to 100, and even this easy-going, ironic, arrogant and funny guy often causes his restlessness. I have. And when he gets to where he wants to be in his life, IPS Bhanwar Singh Shekawat (Fahadh Faasil) comes in and threatens to overturn the carefully constructed order set by Pushpa.

Pushpa: The rise is underpinned by a story often explored in movies: the rise of the vulnerable. So Sukmar has nothing new to discover here. What’s new is how he expands the story and spends more than three hours designing the characters of Pushpa throughout the film before getting involved in the conflict. And that movement may not really resonate with everyone. Because, despite all the fanfare, that’s essentially what this movie is.


Pushpa may have created enemies for many, but none of them seem to be equal even far away to his indomitable nature until Shekawat comes to town. Skumar’s films are good for sticking to the story at hand and focusing on the core of Kouki’s smuggling, Pushpa’s contribution to getting things done, and more. Additionally, the romance between him (and problematic) and Srivalli, which doesn’t always work and doesn’t even add to the bigger story at hand.

Sure, Pushpa gets a chance to become her knight in shining armor, but it seems to have a story in the direction it would have gone anyway. The final confrontation between Pushpa and Shekawat also seems to be in a hurry, without the desired effect, and seems unconvincing in terms of personality. VFX, art direction, editing and sound design for specific scenes are also amazing. Pushpa: The Rise team couldn’t hide the fact that they had to hurry to get the movie released on time, and that’s what it shows. Given that term