Pachchis Movie Review

Pachchis Movie Review
Pachchis Movie Review

Movie Review: Pachchis
Director : Sri Krishna , Rama Sai
Producer : Kaushik Kumar Kathuri, Rama Sai
Music Director : Samaran Sai
Starring :  Swetaa Varma, Raamz, Jay Chandra ,Ravi Varma
Release Date: 13th October 2021
Rating: 2.5/5

Pachchis Movie Review: Raamz , Swetaa Varma , Jay Chandra ,Ravi Varma starrer Pachchis, helmed by Sri Krishna and Rama Sai, is streaming on  Amazon Prime Video. Let’s see the story of Pachchis.

Pachchis movie Story: Abhiram is a gambler who wants to make a buck and pay off his debts. He owes RK (Ravi Varma), a casino owner, a huge sum of money. To arrange this money, Abhiram enters a local political issue between Basava Raju and Gangadhar.  And he comes in the contact of Avantika (Swetaa Varma) who wants to know the truth about her missing brother.  What happens next and how does Abhiram come out of this problem, form rest of the story of Pachchis.

 Plus Points:

  • Performance
  • Story
  • Cinematography

 Minus Points:

  • Repetitive scene
  • Screenplay

Performance: Raamz who plays the role of Abhiram, gives his fabulous performance. He suits the role perfectly and delivers his best. Swetaa Varma, in the role of a girl, who is looking for her lost brother looks good on the screen. Earlier the actress performed bubbly characters, but this time she came up in the serious role. Ravi Varma as a casino owner, is ok. Subhalekha Sudhakar, Vishwender Reddy, and others justify with their roles.

Technical:  The storyline of  Pachchis is fresh and interesting but the execution is not impressive.  The Background score is noteworthy.  Cinematography by Kartik Parmar  is superb and the movie has some fantastic visuals.   The art department has done a good job but the Screenplay lost its flow.  Coming on the work of director, his screenplay is not entertaining.  The movie Pachchis has repetitive scene after scene of gun shots, car chases, dead bodies, back-stabbing,  and long phone calls.

 Analysis: The movie Pachchis is open-ended, hinting at a sequel.