Pakka Commercial Movie Review: Gopichand is the only highlight in this commercial entertainer

Director: Maruthi

Music Director: Jakes Bejoy

Pakka Commercial (2022) Cast:

Gopichand, Raashi Khanna, Sathyaraj, Rao Ramesh, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Anasuya Bharadwaj, Srinivas Reddy, Subhalekha Sudhakar, Chitra Shukla, Ajay Ghosh, Saptagiri

Release Date:

The film was released in theatres on 1st July 2022

Pakka Commercial (2022) Review: Story, Performance & Analysis

Judge Suryanarayana (Sathyaraj) is known for his integrity and detests those who misuse their power to manipulate the law. Business magnate Vivek (Rao Ramesh) is accused of molesting a girl named Amulya (Chitra Shukla), but due to a lack of evidence, he gets acquitted, which leads to Amulya's death.

Suryanarayana, feeling guilty, resigns from his post. His son, Lucky (Gopichand), becomes a lawyer, but he is corrupt and greedy, masquerading as an honest individual in front of his father.

A TV actress, Sirisha, aka Lawyer Jhansi (Raashi Khanna), who loves playing the character of a lawyer, is disappointed when her role is cut down due to a budget problem. She seeks Lucky's help to fight for her in court, but he advises her to fight for herself as she has studied law. However, Sirisha's case is dismissed in court, and she is asked to pay Rs. 1 lac to the legal counsel, resulting in humiliation.

When Suryanarayana learns that his son has accepted a significant amount from Vivek, he decides to confront him in court to ensure that justice prevails. The rest of the story revolves around whether Suryanarayana can defeat his son and prove that Vivek is a criminal.

Gopichand's stylish looks and impressive action sequences are the only highlights in this commercial entertainer. However, director Maruthi fails to make the most of talented performers like Raashi Khanna and Sathyaraj. Though Raashi Khanna's character starts off well, it becomes boring in the second half due to the lack of focus on character development.

The same is true for Sathyaraj's character, and the face-off between Sathyaraj and Gopichand could have been more exciting, but it ends up looking ordinary. Nonetheless, Karm Chawla's cinematography, SB Uddhav's editing, and Jakes Bejoy's music are commendable.

In conclusion, Pakka Commercial is a typical commercial entertainer with a few good performances. However, the unoriginal plot and flawed execution may leave you disappointed."


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