telugu movie premise writer Padma Bhushan, No Bigger Than Life, directed by Shanmukha Prashanth. Suhas is a 25-year-old aspiring writer who is the main character in this family drama headlined by Suhas. His book is published, but there are not enough readers. The film, set to release on February 3, will be Suhas’ first courtroom hero. His previous films as solo lead, color photoWinner of the National Award for Best Telugu Feature Film, was released digitally directly on Aha during the pandemic.
Sujas says Writer Padma Bhushan was also completed during the pandemic, but his friends Anurag Reddy, the producer, and Sharath Chandra of Chai Biscuit Films waited for the right time to release the film in theaters. “Shammukha Prashant was an assistant director. Color Photos, I’ve known him since the short film days.he narrated Writer Padma Bhushan with a set of family drama (SonyLIV’s Neo-no-World Drama co-written by Prashant).I loved the story and pitched it to Anurag and Sharath AnnaThe project failed, but a second lockdown soon ensued. ”
Suhas was concerned that the film, too, should not be a digital release. In the Telugu film world, an actor or director with back-to-back digital releases was often seen as being put in the OTT space and unable to make a profit at the box office.
Suhas recently visited a book fair in Hyderabad and Writer Padma Bhushan, several authors gave him new books. Suhas believes that reading culture is still prevalent. “The film is set in Vijayawada and my character likes to be surrounded by books and works in the library. The story deals with his ambitions and his family situation.” Ashish Vidyarthi and his Rohini I am writing an essay about the role of parents.
Suhas of Writer Padma Bhushan | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement
Although the promo is full of witty lines, Suhas said there is an element of surprise in the final 20 minutes that makes viewers think about the film. “I encourage young people to take their parents to the movies. There are some twists and turns. The director ensured there was enough entertainment to make everyone laugh.”
wicked and menacing
A recent film that asked viewers to talk about Suhas’ performance but didn’t let the actor use it for promotion was a Telugu thriller. hit 2; Viewers were aware that discussing his role would be a spoiler, Suhas says with a laugh. hit 2we had to wait patiently for the film to hit theaters successfully and arrive on the OTT platform so more people could discuss it after seeing it.
When writer-director Sayresh Koranu wanted him to play the antagonist, Suhas once again asked him to be doubly sure. I was sure I could do it.”
hit 2 Sujas came at a stage away from posting small parts color photoAt a pre-release event, Silesh planned to state that Suhas had been committed to the film before, in an effort to divert the curiosity of viewers who might be able to speculate on Suhas’ role in the cop thriller. color photo Therefore, it is seen in the short part. “But somehow he forgot to mention it on stage,” adds Suhas.
prior to hit 2Suhas was playing a menacing character in family drama“Ideally, I want to play different roles to showcase my talents.”
Life after “color photography”
Suhas and Chandini Chowdary in Color Photo | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement
Currently, Suhas has 7 upcoming movies, all of which she has played lead roles. He says this is only possible thanks to his gratitude to him and his team. color photo received. He recalls it was a risk. “When Sandeep[writer and director Sandeep Raj]asked me to play the lead role, I was scared… Vanukochesindi (I was shivering). I instantly remembered the painful days as a shivering actor. Prior to that, he had played supporting roles and comic book roles as friends of heroes in many movies. I recently got married and wasn’t sure if this was worth the risk. Friends advised me not to. ”
The director explained to him that the story was woven around a dark-skinned protagonist who didn’t look like a conventional hero, and that he should. gained the confidence to undertake “I called Sandeep and said I would do it. I was still scared, but I was sure it would work.”
Suhas thinks life has changed since then color photo“Producers and directors are happy to cast me as the lead actor.” Writer Padma Bhushan, Ambajpet Marriage Band When Anandrao Adventures All these films are written and directed by colleagues I know from his short film days at Chai Bisket Films. “Chai Biscuit’s team with some of his members has been his eight-year journey. We are all making feature films,” says Suhas with pride.
all that drama
His interest in acting began during his college days at Vijayawada while completing his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Suhas considers his Teja Kakumanu, an actor, to be his guru. “I was content doing dance performances, but he encouraged me to do a one-act play in college. The applause for it motivated me to do more.” Without Club and Teja’s encouragement, Suhas wonders if he would have become an actor.
When Suhas developed the idea of trying his luck in a movie, it was Teja who encouraged him again. When he arrived in Hyderabad it was a no-brainer. Suhas appeared at the audition but did not make a breakthrough. He started making his YouTube videos and got the attention of his Chai Bisket Films launched on YouTube. “Sandeep asked me to join their team. We collaborated on many short films and started making money.”
During his first few days in Hyderabad, Suhas received some financial support from those who knew him. “Fani and Balaji Anna A person who knew my desire sent me a sum of money every month and asked me not to give up.
Suhas’ first film memory is seeing Shankar’s. Kadaran (Premikdu) in Telugu). He was barely four years old and loved Pravdeva’s dance moves, he was experimenting with dancing.If his dance moves to the song ‘Kannullo nee ropame’ Writer Padma Bhushan He attributes it to his childhood interest in dancing. I used to dance Dharmavarap, a veteran actor, also imitates Subramanyam, Kota Srinivasa Rao and Brahmanandam. I never dreamed of becoming an actor. After becoming an actor, I never thought that I could become a hero. The opportunity has come and I am determined to make it happen. “