Ashok Selvan’s Aakasam Movie Review: Ashok Selvan has built a name for himself in Telugu cinema despite the fact that it is less popular than Tamil cinema. Both “Pizza 2: Villa” and “Thegidi,” both of which he directed, were well-received in Telugu. The film Ninnila Ninnila received positive reviews after its release on DIRECT OTT. His most recent films, “Aakasam” in Telugu and “Nitham Oru Vaanam” in Tamil, were shot simultaneously. Let’s examine this film in greater detail to determine if Ashok Selvan can please the Telugu public and expand his business.
Arjun encounters Subhadra while travelling, and the two commence conversation. Arjun gradually begins to describe the various periods of his life. Also discussed are his relationships with Meera Meenakshi and Mathi Prabha. Arjun and Subhadra travel to discover themselves. The remainder of the narrative describes what happens to Arjun when they return.
Cast & Crew
Aparna Balamurali, Shivathmika Rajasekhar, Ashok Selvan, and Rithu Varma all make cameo cameos in Ra’s film Aakasham. Vidhu Ayyanna directed the film, while Gopi Sundar composed the score. Karthik was responsible for production, with assistance from Rising East.
|Music Director||Gopi Sundar|
|Cast||Ashok Selvan, Rithu Varma, Aparna Balamurali and Shivathmika Rajasekhar|
The plots of the Telugu films “Na Autograph Beautiful Memory,” “Premam,” and “Thank You” are comparable to that of “Aakasam.” The protagonist of “Aakasam,” who has been having a difficult time, finds love, overcomes his challenges, and discovers the meaning of life. Aakasam contains numerous humorous and heartwarming sequences that the audience will appreciate and find simple to relate to. All of the scenes between Aparna Balamurali and Ashok Selvan are excellently performed. Aakasam is not as intriguing as previous Ashok Selvan moments with Ritu Varma and Shivatmika Rajasekhar.
Ashok Selvan is sure to wow Telugu spectators with his acting skills, given that his character through so many transformations throughout the film. Not just because of his appearance, but also because of his actions, he stood out. Aparna Balamurali’s acting and part are also excellent. Aparna’s performance will be remembered, and the audience will enjoy her sequences immensely. Ritu Varma’s character is rather normal, as we have seen her in similar roles in the past. The Telugu acting industry has improved, but Shivatmika Rajasekhar has a long way to go before her talent is widely recognized.
Aakasam appears plausible from a technological standpoint. Gopi Sundar’s melodies and musical soundtrack are gorgeous and evocative, and they pair beautifully with the visuals. Vidhu Ayyanna made an excellent job with the cinematography of the picture. He knew how to capture the beauty of the places he visited and how to select the appropriate photographs to pique our interest. Some of the longer sections could have been simply removed, thus the editing might have been improved. The plot complements the film’s great production value perfectly.
Ra. Karthik, the film’s director, attempted to depict life’s emotional ups and downs on film, but he was only partially successful because most of the sequences were lifted from other films with the same or comparable subjects.
The film Aakasam, which is extremely enjoyable, teaches many valuable lessons. You may care what happens to the characters and be moved by the acting, which may compensate for the film’s minor problems and clear rip-offs.
- Aparna Balamurali
- Few Dragged scenes