Starring: Suhas, Ashish Vidyarthi, Rohini Molleti, Tina Shilparaj, Sri Gouri Priya Reddy, Goparaju, Praveen Kataria
Director: Shanmukha Prasanth
Producer: Anurag Reddy, Sharath Chandra, and Chandru Manoharan
Music Director: Shekar Chandra and Kalyan Nayak
Tollywood young actor Suhas is one of the finest talents in the Telugu film industry at the moment. The actor who turned into a hero with the award-winning Color Photo has done a crucial role in Adivi Sesh’s recent release HIT 2 and won several accolades for his role.
Sudhas is back as a hero with Writer Padmabhushan which hit the screens today. The movie created an interesting buzz with its promotions and received positive responses from early shows. Let’s see what’s the movie is all about.
Padmabhushan (Suhas) is a writer and publishes his first book Tholi Adugu. He wants to be recognized and shoot to fame. But, to his surprise, he becomes a renowned writer and everyone starts appreciating him. However, the twist in the tale arises when it comes to know that the book wasn’t written by him. Padmabhushan wants to find out who wrote the book with his pen name. Who is the writer? Did Padmabhushan find the writer? Why did the writer use Padmabhushan’s name? To know all these, you need to watch the movie.
On the whole, Writer Padmabhushan is an engaging movie that has humor and sentiment in equal proportions. The message the director wanted to convey to the audience is clear and everyone will connect to it. Suhas’s performance and the climax are the biggest advantages of the movie. Barring a bit of lag in the first half, the movie has everything to work at the box office and is a worth-watching this weekend.