Aakasam Telugu Movie Review: In the Tamil film industry, Ashok Selvan has established a reputation for himself, although the Telugu film industry is less well-known. Telugu dubs of his films “Pizza 2: Villa” and “Thegidi” were well received. The film “Ninnila Ninnila” earned positive reviews after its direct OTT distribution. His most recent film was simultaneously shot in Telugu and Tamil; the Telugu version is titled “Aakasam,” while the Tamil version is titled “Nitham Oru Vaanam.” Let’s examine this film in detail to determine whether Ashok Selvan is able to please the Telugu public and expand his Telugu market.
During his travels, Arjun meets Subhadra by chance and strikes up a chat with her. Slowly, Arjun begins to describe the many periods of his life. He also talks about his previous relationships with Meera Meenakshi and Mathi Prabha. Arjun journeys with Subhadra in pursuit of his life, and the remainder of the narrative focuses on the changes that occur in Arjun’s life following the journey.
Cast & Crew
The movie Aakasham was directed by Ra and stars Aparna Balamurali, Shivathmika Rajasekhar, Ashok Selvan, and Rithu Varma in supporting roles. Karthik produced the movie with assistance from Rising East, Vidhu Ayyanna handled the cinematography and Gopi Sundar handled the music.
|Music Director||Gopi Sundar|
|Cast||Ashok Selvan, Rithu Varma, Aparna Balamurali and Shivathmika Rajasekhar|
Aakasam is one of those films that will undoubtedly bring to mind a few Telugu films, such as “Na Autograph lovely recollections,” “Premam,” and “Thank You,” as they are all based on the same theme of life. The beginning and conclusion of the movie Aakasam depict a character who is struggling with his life, finds love, overcomes his obstacles, and discovers the true meaning of life. There are numerous excellent situations in Aakasam that will amuse the audience and help them relate to the on-screen characters. In particular, the sequences between Aparna Balamurali and Ashok Selvan are well-designed. However, with other Ashok Selvan scenes starring Ritu Varma and Shivatmika Rajasekhar, Aakasam appears conventional.
With a part that has multiple shades during the running minutes, Ashok Selvan will undoubtedly dazzle the Telugu audience when it comes to acting. He was able to differentiate himself not simply via appearance but also through his acting in many moments. Another noteworthy aspect of the movie is Aparna Balamurali’s part and performance. Aparna’s performance will linger with us and the audience will undoubtedly be entertained by her scenes. Ritu Varma plays a regular character; after all, we’ve seen her in similar ones before. Shivatmika Rajasekhar has decent looks in a few situations, but she needs to work on her performance if she wants to become a recognized Telugu actor.
Aakasam appears good technically. The songs and instrumental score by Gopi Sundar fit the scenes perfectly and sound soulful. Vidhu Ayyanna’s cinematography is another standout aspect of this film. He was able to photograph some stunning locales and choose frames that would catch our attention. Since some of the lengthier scenes can be simply cut out, the editing could have been improved. The movie’s production values are excellent and fit the narrative needs.
Ra. Karthik, the director, attempted to depict the emotional journey of life on screen, but his efforts were only partially effective because most of the sequences bore a striking resemblance to those from previous films of a similar theme.
Aakasam is an entertaining film with some valuable life lessons. Despite the film’s minor problems and similarities to older films, you may find yourself feeling a connection to the characters and performances.
- Aparna Balamurali
- Few Dragged scenes