Paper Rocket Telugu Web Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Paper Rocket Web Series Review: The year 2013 marked Kiruthiga Stalin’s debut as a director; she is married to Udhayanidhi Stalin. This location was known by its former name, “Vanakkam Chennai.” After a hiatus of five years, Vijay Antony returned to the big screen in 2018 with the release of her second film, titled “Kaali.” Her return is celebrated in a brand new web series called “Paper Rocket,” which was produced in Tamil and then dubbed into Telugu. The pilot episode of the series was broadcast for the first time on Zee5 on July 29, 2022. Now we’ll find out whether or not your time was well spent watching this show:

Paper Rocket Web Series Review


It was a journey across the state of Tamil Nadu in a car with six people who were complete strangers to one another. They are all striving to complete something that has been written down on their bucket lists, in spite of the challenges and setbacks they have encountered. Do you believe that Jeeva will be able to fulfil all of their requirements?

Cast & Crew

Chinni Jayanth, Kaali Venkat, Poornama Bhagyaraj, G. M. Kumar, Abhishek Shankar, Priyadharshini Rajkumar, and Sujatha are all a part of the show’s cast. Other cast members include Abhishek Shankar and G.M.Kumar as well as Priyadharshini Rajkumar and Sujatha. The show is produced by Rise East P, which is a production company that is run by Sreenidhi Sagar. Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi is responsible for both writing the show’s script and directing it. The cinematography was done by Richard M. Nathan and Gavemic U. Ary. The movie featured some music composed by Simon K. King.

Series NamePaper Rocket
DirectorKiruthiga Udhayanidhi
Music DirectorSimon K King
ProducerSreenidhi Sagar
CastKalidas Jayaram, Tanya S Ravichandran, K Renuka, Karunakaran,  Nirmal Palazhi , Gouri G. Kishan, Dheeraj, Nagineedu. V, Chinni Jayanth, Kaali Venkat, Poornima Bhagyaraj, G.M.Kumar,  Abhishek Shankar, Priyadharshini Rajkumar, Sujatha
EditorLawrence Kishore


Because the viewer is required to follow each character and their world throughout the entirety of the series, director Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi establishes each character and their world with a great deal of specificity. This decision proved to be quite successful. This is a humorous, upbeat show that also has some deep thoughts woven into it as well as a touch of whimsy. In spite of the fact that it takes a while for the show to get going, the characters do a fantastic job of communicating all of these feelings.
This series, despite having characters and stories that are expertly crafted, is not able to keep your attention for a very long time. Despite the fact that the show comes to a satisfying conclusion in each segment, we did not feel moved by it while we were watching it. It is possible that this is the result of the inability of the six random people to effectively communicate their feelings to one another.
Despite the fact that Jeeva isn’t a particularly difficult character to play, Kalidas Jayaram does a fantastic job portraying the role in the movie. The remainder of the cast was just as good as the first.
She possessed a clever concept, but she was unable to bring it to fruition on the big screen. The progression of the story is hindered by a number of scenes, which also give the impression that the writers are making an effort to pad out a relatively brief episode.
Technically. I think that it’s wonderful. Gavemic U., Paper Rocket, and Richard M. Nathan are the authors. The remaining members of the cast did an outstanding job, but the music composed and performed by Simon K. King is below average.
In conclusion, Paper Rocket is a wonderful example of how people’s feelings can be beautifully combined.

Rating: 3.5/5

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