Pakka Commercial Movie Review: The eagerly anticipated Pakka Commercial, starring Tollywood’s tough guy Gopichand, was launched today, July 1, 2022, to astronomical expectations given the film’s stellar reception from reviewers and audiences alike. Without further ado, let’s begin our in-depth analysis of Pakka Commercial and determine whether the movie is worthwhile to see.
The story of Vivek (Gopichand), a lawyer by trade and by nature too commercial in everything, is told in Pakka Commercial. After a long absence, he returns to his job to solve a mystery, where Jhansi (Raasi Khanna), a serial actress who must play a lawyer character, joins as Ramchand’s assistant. During the course of the proceedings, both fell in love, and on the other side, Ramchand must argue with his You must see the movie to find out what the mystery was.
Cast and Crew
The movie Pakka Commercial, starring Gopichand, Raashi Khanna, Satya Raj, Sapthagiri, Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar, Rao Ramesh, and others, was written and directed by Maruthi. Karm Chawla handled the cinematography, Jakes Bejoy handled the music, and Bunny Vass oversaw the production under the auspices of UV Creations & GA2 Pictures.
|Movie Name||Pakka Commercial|
|Music Director||Jakes Bejoy|
|Cast||Gopichand, Raashi Khanna, Satya Raj, Sapthagiri, Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar, Rao Ramesh|
Even though Pakka Commercial has comedy, it doesn’t feel like a Maruthi movie. We haven’t seen action in Maruthi movies, but Pakka Commercial has a lot of it because he may have added it to please Gopichand fans. Maruthi has developed his own distinct style of filmmaking, and as we all know, his greatest strength is comedy. ‘
The movie begins well with proper character development, but the conflict looks flat, which could make the audience bored. The first half of the movie focused on Gopichand-style action and Maruthi-style comedy, and the second half also offers nothing new. As previously stated, the movie lacks a serious conflict, which makes the comedy look very forced.
Gopichand’s portrayal Vivekis good; it has been a while since we last saw him in a feature-length comedy, but we can’t see a new Gopichnad while performing comedy scenes because his body language and comedic timing are too similar to Loukyam’s, even though he pulled off many comedy scenes with ease. Rao Ramesh is, as always, amazing with his distinct comedy timing, Satyaraj is terrific in his character, and the rest of the cast did their best. Raasi Kanna as Jhansi is okay because we’ve seen her using this same template in Prathi Roju Pandage, but she excelled it so well in her character.
Maruthi is well-known for his comedic work, but this time he tried something that, after watching Pakka Commercial, absolutely failed. Although he blended his trademark humor, we somehow lost the magic, and he only half succeeded in capturing the attention of the audience.
Pakka Commercial is the best movie Maruthi has ever made technically because the rest of the technical departments worked well and Karm Chawla’s photography is excellent. Jakes Bejoy’s songs, however, are not up to pace.
Last but not least, Pakka Commercial is a comedy film that you really must watch if you enjoy comedy flicks.