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27 Apr, 2018
2 hrs 27 mins
1,159 votes
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Nadhiya, a heartbroken girl who is separated from her lover Pandi tries to commit suicide only to be saved by Dhoni Kumar, the lookalike of Pandi. Will the lovers re-unite?
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Verdict: Vikram Prabhu`s flamboyance on screen is something to savor. Newcomer SS Surya has directed Pakka, starring Vikram Prabhu and Nikki Galrani in the lead roles, alongside Bindu Madhavi as a contestant on Bigg Boss (Tamil) enacting an important character, and Soori who never fails to make us all laugh out loud. After appe... ...Read full review
Pakkaa starts with Dhoni Kumar (Vikram Prabhu) trying to save a heart-broken Nadhiya (Bindu Madhavi) from committing suicide. Nadhiya narrates her poignant tale to Kumar, who actually resembles Paandi (Vikram Prabhu in another role), her lover. ...Read full review
Directed by debutant SS Surya, Pakka is an example of lazy filmmaking with no care in the world for audiences. The film starring Vikram Prabhu opposite two leading ladies Bindu Madhavi and Nikki Galrani is a typical commercial potboiler set in rural Tamil Nadu; one which lacks a basic story. ...Read full review
Vikram Prabhu has once again proved that he is a master in choosing bad scripts and directors who have no business behind the camera. With no semblance of entertainment or engagement his latest offering could well be his worst till date. ...Read full review
Let me give you a couple of examples as to what constitutes for comedy in Pakka. Paandi (Vikram Prabhu) and his friend, played by Soori, are traders who sell dolls at temple functions. Soori attempts to sell a toy helicopter to a lady, who wants to see its functioning. The camera moves to a plus-sized woman in the crowd and you instantly know what is about to happen. ...Read full review
When anyone points out that nepotism helps star kids have a great career in the film industry, let them take a look at Vikram Prabhu. He had a dream debut with Kumki and his subsequent films Ivan Vera Mathiri and Arima Nambi went on to surprise the audience. But the films that have hit the screens since 2014 have all been disasters, and the actor is still struggling to gain a foothold in the industry. ...Read full review
Its been over an hour since I got out of the theatre after watching this... film? I suppose I have to call it that. And the only thing thats still ringing in my head is, why? Why was this film made? Who thought it would be a good idea to inflict this upon unsuspecting viewers? Its hard to decide what genre Pakka belongs to. I refuse to call it an entertainer. ...Read full review