Pakka Commercial Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Pakka Commercial Movie Review: The much-anticipated Pakka Commercial, starring Tollywood’s tough guy Gopichand, premiered today, July 1, 2022, to astronomical expectations considering the film’s great reception from both critics and spectators. Without further ado, let us begin our in-depth examination of Pakka Commercial and assess whether the film is worth seeing.

Pakka Commercial Movie Review


Pakka Commercial tells the narrative of Vivek (Gopichand), a lawyer by trade who is overly commercial in everything. He returns to his profession after a lengthy absence to investigate a mystery, where Jhansi (Raasi Khanna), a serial actress who must portray a lawyer persona, joins as Ramchand’s assistant. Both fell in love during the course of the procedures, and Ramchand must quarrel with his You must see the movie to find out what the mystery was.

Cast and Crew

Maruthi wrote and directed the film Pakka Commercial, which starred Gopichand, Raashi Khanna, Satya Raj, Sapthagiri, Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar, Rao Ramesh, and others. Karm Chawla directed the film, Jakes Bejoy composed the music, and Bunny Vass coordinated production for UV Creations & GA2 Pictures.

Movie Name Pakka Commercial
Director Maruthi
Music Director Jakes Bejoy
Producer Bunny Vass
Genre Action, Comedy
Cast Gopichand, Raashi Khanna, Satya Raj, Sapthagiri, Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar, Rao Ramesh
Editor SB Uddhav

Movie Verdict

Despite the fact that Pakka Commercial contains comedy, it does not feel like a Maruthi film. We haven’t seen much action in Maruthi films, but Pakka Commercial has a lot of it, possibly to appease Gopichand fans. Maruthi has evolved his own particular style of filmmaking, and his main strength, as we all know, is comedy.

The film begins nicely, with adequate character development, but the conflict appears flat, which may dull the audience. The first half of the film was devoted to Gopichand-style action and Maruthi-style comedy, and the second half is no different. As previously said, the film lacks a serious conflict, making the comedy appear forced.

Gopichand’s portrayal of Vivek is good; it’s been a long since we’ve seen him in a feature-length comedy, but we can’t see a new Gopichnad while performing comic scenes since his body language and comedic timing are too similar to Loukyam’s, despite his ability to pull off many comedy scenes. Rao Ramesh is excellent as always with his distinct comedy timing, Satyaraj is fantastic in his role, and the rest of the actors tried their best. Raasi Kanna as Jhansi is acceptable because we saw her employ this same template in Prathi Roju Pandage, but she excelled in her role.

Maruthi is well-known for his comedic work, but after watching Pakka Commercial, he tried something that completely failed. Despite his characteristic hilarity, we suddenly lost the enchantment, and he only succeeded in attracting half of the audience’s attention.
Pakka Commercial is technically the best film Maruthi has ever made because the rest of the technical departments performed admirably and Karm Chawla’s photography is superb. Jakes Bejoy’s tunes, on the other hand, lag behind.

Last but not least, Pakka Commercial is a must-see comic film for everybody who likes comedies.

Rating: 3.5/5

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