Pakka Commercial movie review: A laughter riot with good performances from Gopichand, Raashi Khanna

Maruthi is back once again with a comedy entertainer and he knows how to entertain and impress the audiences

By Bhavana Sharma  Published on  1 July 2022 10:36 AM GMT
Pakka Commercial movie review: A laughter riot with good performances from Gopichand, Raashi Khanna

Hyderabad: 'Pakka Commercial' starring Gopichand, Raashi Khanna, Sathyaraj, and Rao Ramesh hit the screens on 1 July and opened to a positive response from the audiences. The film is directed by Maruthi and produced by UV Creations Bunny Vas under Geetha Arts banner.

Story

Suryanarayana (Sathyaraj) is a former judge who quit his profession due to businessman Vivek (Rao Ramesh). Narayana gives importance to values and ethics but his son Lucky (Gopichand) values only money. Lucky is also a lawyer but is known for being "commercial." He takes up a case only if the client agrees to pay him the amount he demands. Vivek approaches Lucky to deal with his legal matters. To teach them a lesson, Narayana goes back to the courtroom. Let's see who wins.

Performances

The cast has done a stellar job in this film. Gopichand is back with a bang and fits well in the role of a lawyer. Every dialogue he delivers lands perfectly, and he is the right choice to play Lucky. Raashi Khanna, who also plays a lawyer in the film, and Gopichand have teamed up for the second time with this film and the duo has done a great job. Sathyaraj and Rao Ramesh are a delight to watch on the big screen and Praveen's comedy timing elevates Maruthi's writing.

Review

Maruthi is back once again with a comedy entertainer and he knows how to entertain and impress the audiences. This film is a satire on other commercial films. It spoofs TV serials, sword fights in Boyapati and Rajamouli films, satirises politics, and even talks about middle-class family issues. What more does a common man need to enjoy in the theatres?

There is definitely some lag here and there in the film. Raashi's role is longer than needed. Some jokes do not work and seem silly. The production values, however, are great. The producers did not leave a single stone unturned in making sure this film is the best. Great camera work and music are icing on the cake.

On the whole, 'Pakka Commercial' is worth watching this weekend if you are looking for some laughter.

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