Director Sukumar made his own mark in the industry, with his unique concepts, his interesting taking and his intellectual writing. The director may have delivered some not-so-successful movies in his career, but not one of them has ever been regarded as inferior, as all of his films have a high intellectual value. While his most recent outings, Rangasthalam and Pushpa: The Rise, strayed out and opted for a massy setting, both these stories, nonetheless, contain Sukumar’s unique mark.
In Pushpa: The Rise, Sukumar gave the audience a massy ending, where Allu Arjun and Fahadh Faasil’s characters can be stripped down on a cliff, indicating that every man, no matter who is composed of the same beneath all the clothes. Sukumar famously revealed that he wanted both the characters to be naked in the climax, but opted for a tamer version for commercial purposes.
It is now being said that Sukumar is about to follow a similar route with the climax of Pushpa: The Rule, which will focus on the conflict between Pushpa and Banwar Singh Shekhawat. Sukumar is said to have come up with two endings, a happy and a tragic one, and due to commercial reasons, he has reportedly chosen to opt for an open-to-interpretation route instead.
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