Writer Padmabhushan Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Writer Padmabhushan Review: Suhas, an actor who made a name for himself with the national award-winning film “Colour Photo,” is gradually boosting his Telugu acting resume by playing roles in films that are significant to his character. Following his triumph in “Colour Photo” as the lead actor, he has now produced the film “Writer Padmabhushan,” which debuted in theatres today. To find out if Suhas is effective in amusing the public in theatres once more, let’s delve into a thorough review of this film.


Writer Padmabhushan Review


Although Padmabhushan, a member of a middle-class family, works as a library assistant, she has always wanted to be a writer. He chooses to lend some money and publish his own book as a writer in order to fulfill his aspirations. Unfortunately, the book’s sales are still so low that Padmabhushan has to deal with problems from money lenders. The rest of the story focuses on how Padmabhushan was able to secure funding, the girl he fell in love with, and the circumstances surrounding their marriage.

Cast & Crew

Suhas plays the movie’s main character, with Tina Shilparaj playing the female lead, according to screenwriter Padmabhushan. Other major roles in the movie were played by actors Rohini, Ashish Vidyarthi, Sri Gouri Priya, and Goparaju.

Shanmukha Prasanth wrote and directed the film Writer Padmabhushan. Anurag Reddy, Sharath Chandra, and Chandru Manoharan are in charge of producing this film under the umbrellas of Chai Bisket Films and Lahari Films Production. Shekhar Chandra composed the film’s score, and Venkat R. Shakamuri was in charge of the filming. Kodati Pavan Kalyan & Siddharth Thatholu are in charge of the film’s editing.

Movie Name Writer Padmabhushan
Director Shanmukha Prasanth
Music Director Shekhar Chandra
Producer Anurag Reddy, Sharath Chandra, Chandru Manoharan
Genre Comedy, Drama
Cast Suhas, Tina Shilparaj, Rohini, Ashish Vidyarthi, Sri Gouri Priya, Goparaju
Cinematography  Venkat R Shakamuri


Many Telugu films used to focus mostly on family and comedic entertainment. Filmmakers and audiences have both changed as a result of the demand for fresh material in movies. Given how many TV series produce comedies each year, it is clear that we miss the classic comedies. The writer Padmabhushan can be seen as a reprieve from the usual clean comedy presentations that provide few chuckles.

The plot of this film, which was written by Padmabhushan, is relatively straightforward and has already been utilized in a number of movies, but what makes it enjoyable are the circumstances that the lead character finds himself in and how he handles them, which ultimately leads to hysterical comedy. Before the intermission, the first half of the film moves along more quickly with strong introductions and comedic situations with a twist. Comedy and poignant passages are mixed together in the film’s second half.

Suhas once again demonstrates his value as a performer by demonstrating his ability to convey any emotion and a deep understanding of the character. His performance is one of the film’s standout moments. Tina Shilparaj might use some more work on her skills. As the protagonist’s mother and father, Rohini and Ashish Vidyarthi are excellent choices. The other actors all performed their roles as needed for the characters.

Technically, the movie by writer Padmabhushan looks alright. Shekhar Chandra’s music is excellent, and the already well-known tune “Kannullo Nee Roopame” looks great on screen. Venkat R. Shakamuri’s cinematography may have been more effective. The editing work by Kodati Pavan Kalyan & Siddharth Thatholu makes the movie look more sharp. The film’s production values are appropriate for the subject matter.

Using the settings that were generated around the main character, director Shanmukha Prasanth attempted to infuse humour to a straightforward plot. He was succeeded in producing a tidy and clean comedy film that anybody can see.

Overall, the Writer Padmabhushan film is a straightforward and family-friendly comic entertainer that can be seen in theatres.

Plus Points:

  • Suhas
  • Comedy Scenes
  • Relatable characters

Minus Points:

  • Screenplay
  • Few stretched scenes

Rating: 3/5

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