Paper Rocket Web Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Paper Rocket Web Series Review: Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi, who is married to Udainidhi Stalin, made her first movie as a director in 2013. It was called “Vanakkam Chennai.” In 2018, after five long years, she put out her second movie, “Kaali,” which starred Vijay Antony. Now, she’s back with the happy web series “Paper Rocket,” which was shot in Tamil and then dubbed into Telugu. The first episode aired on Zee5 today, July 29, 2022. Let’s jump right into the review and see if the show is worth watching.

Paper Rocket Web Series Review


Six people who didn’t know each other went on a road trip across the state of Tamil Nadu to solve their own problems. All of them are travelling to try to do something on their bucket lists, but the trip is full of problems and disappointments. Is it possible that Jeeva will be able to give them what they want?

Cast & Crew

The cast of the show includes Chinni Jayanth, Kaali Venkat, Poornima Bhagyaraj, G.M.Kumar, Abhishek Shankar, Priyadharshini Rajkumar, and Sujatha in addition to Kalidas Jayaram, Tanya S. Ravichandran, K. Renuka, Karunakaran, Nirmal Palazhi, Gouri G. Kishan, Dheeraj. The show is made by Rise East P production, which is run by Sreenidhi Sagar. Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi wrote the script and ran the show. The movie was shot by Richard M. Nathan and Gavemic U. Ary. The music was done by Simon K. King.

Series Name Paper Rocket
Director Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi
Music Director Simon K King
Producer Sreenidhi Sagar
Genre Drama
Cast Kalidas Jayaram, Tanya S Ravichandran, K Renuka, Karunakaran,  Nirmal Palazhi , Gouri G. Kishan, Dheeraj, Nagineedu. V, Chinni Jayanth, Kaali Venkat, Poornima Bhagyaraj, G.M.Kumar,  Abhishek Shankar, Priyadharshini Rajkumar, Sujatha
Editor Lawrence Kishore


It seems like director Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi took time to set up each character and their world on purpose because the viewer has to go on a journey through the whole series, and it worked out quite well. Paper Rocket is a funny, happy show with some philosophy, hope, quirk, adventure, and peace thrown in. All of these feelings are shown so well by each character, even though the show takes a while to get going.
Even though the characters and stories are well-written, the eight episodes of this series only keep your attention to a certain extent. Each episode also has a beautiful ending, but as we watched the show, we didn’t feel much. This could be because the feelings between the six strangers could have been shown better.
Even though Jeeva is not a hard character to play, Kalidas Jayaram does a good job in the role. Everyone else in the cast did a good job, too.
Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi’s show has a good idea, but she couldn’t make it work on screen. There are a lot of scenes that make it hard to move the story forward and make it seem like the writers are trying to make a short episode into a long one.
Technically. Looks good, With Paper Rocket, Richard M. Nathan and Gavemic U. As the show required, the rest of the cast did a great job, but the music by Simon K. King is not up to par.
Last but not least, Paper Rocket is a beautiful mix of how people feel.

Rating: 3.5/5

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