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Review: Antariksham
 
Banner: First Frame Entertainments

Producers: Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi, Rajiv Reddy Eduguru, Sai Babu Jagarlamudi

Director: Sankalp Reddy

Music: Prashanth Vihari

Cast: Varun Tej, Aditi Rao Hydari, Lavanya Tripathi, Satyadev Kancharana, Avasarala Srinivas, Rahman, Kunal Kaushik and others

Rating: 2.75/5.0

Story

When India's indigenous satellite Mihira faces technical glitz, Riya(Aditi Rao Hydari) requests Dev (Varun Tej) to sort out the problem and restore communication with the satellite. 

The unending and complicated problem, forces them to start mission Kinnera with four people. 

To find out more about the technical problems, who are those four people and whether they are successful with mission Kinnera, enjoy Antarkisham 9000KMPH on screen. 

Performance

Varun Tej slipped into the role effortlessly. He showed good expressions and emotions accordingly and attracted with his screen presence. 

Aditi Rao Hydari supported, complimenting him quite well. She too came with good expressions and her screen presence elevated the scenes. 

Lavanya Tripathi performed well and so too are Satyadev, Rahman and Suhaas in their roles. 

Technical

Prashanth Vihari elevated the film to another level with his background music. It gave different experience to movie lovers taking them into the story. 

Gnanasekhar with his cinematography gave stunning effect on movie lovers giving them a new feel taking them into the space. VFX could have been better as they robbed the viewers of even greater experience. Karthika Srinivas' editing though good could have been even better. 

Director Sankalp Reddy could have added few commercial elements and also paid attention to the screenplay where in few predictability crept in. He could have added few more twists and turns and fasted the narration in the first half. Production values are good. 

Plus Points

Story, Direction

Varun Tej, Aditi Rao Hydari

Cinematography

BGM

Minus Points

Screenplay

Illogical scenes

Editing

VFX

Slow pace

Lack of commercial elements

Analysis

Sankalp Reddy, who created a sensation with Ghazi on debut, is at it once again. He came with a good story and narrated it with utmost clarity without deviating anywhere in between. He got the optimum out of the entire cast and crew. He did not indulge in cinema tricks like forced commercial elements. This may affect the film at the box office, but he won the appreciation of the people and the critics alike. 

He starts off narrating the technical details and then goes into the problem, narrating it in an interesting manner before the end of the first half. Though this at times slowed the pace of the film, it is necessary for the viewers, so that they do not get confused. Pace picks up in the second half and from then on it is a smooth, suspense filled journey into the space. 

Though the ending is always predictable and at times screenplay with illogical scenes defying logic looked out of sorts, Sankalp Reddy emerged successful in keeping viewers interested for most part of the journey.

Final Talk

Antariksham attracts with its space journey.

Telugu Movie Review




Tags: Antariksham Movie Review, Antariksham Movie, Telugu Movie Review, Tollywood, Director Sankalp Reddy, Varun Tej, Aditi Rao Hydari, Lavanya Tripathi, Satyadev Kancharana, Avasarala Srinivas
 

    
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