PAKKA Movie Review

PAKKA Movie Review

Cast: Vikram Prabhu, Nikki Galrani, Bindhu Madhavi, Soori, Sathish
Direction, story, screenplay & dialogues: S.S.Surya
Producer: T.Sivakumar
Production company: Benn Consortium Studios Ltd.
Music director: C.Sathya
Cinematographer: S.Saravanan
Editor: G.Sasikumar
Language: Tamil
Release date: 27-04-2018
Censor certificate: U
Run time: 2hrs, 26mins
Genre: Drama


Vikram Prabhu plays dual role. One loves Bindhu Madhavi and the other loves Nikki Galrani. Soori is the comedian for one pair and Sathish is the comedian for the other. But sorry, this isn’t the plot. And there isn’t one.


Vikram Prabhu has done his job correctly without any mistake. Bindhu Madhavi looks good and has given her best. Same with Nikki Galrani as well, she has played her part neatly. Cinematographer S.Saravanan’s work has nothing different in it, but he has given exactly what a rural film requires.


How the movie’s script was finalized is the million-dollar question, industry will die soon if these kinds of stories come out as films. Director S.S.Surya’s mindset is a big mystery, as the story is as thin as hair. Screenplay is foolish as the travel is really tiring with zero bright moments. Direction is extremely weak and there are no impressive elements, doubtful whether it’ll satisfy even the targeted rural audience. Dialogues are terrible, artists words are nothing but build-ups or punches. The film is completely meaningless in all means and is sure leave out with lots of pain in the brain. The mistakes which artists did is deciding to do this movie. Soori’s mannerism comedy fails to work out, and in lot of places it gives force-fit feel. Sathish’s counter dialogues humor is not funny too. There are countless number of jarring sequences in the movie where the viewers could easily lose the patience. Editor can’t be blamed for director’s mistake as to appreciate his work, he should’ve deleted all the footages. C.Sathya’s songs are very average, he did not give the efficient situations to work well is the honest opinion. Background music looks like a tribute to Rajinikanth and M.S.Dhoni whenever their references take place. Stunt sequences are artificial as the hero is mostly in the air. Climax is the worst part, especially when Sathish leaves a statement on co-incidence.

TO CONCLUDE – Crashing bore rural romance subject which is out without even a single pleasing moment.

Movie Rating – 1/ 5.

This review is sponsored by ‘The Sight Media’!

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