Anthariksham Movie Review | Anthariksham

Anthariksham Movie Review

  • Producer : Rajeev Reddy Yeduguru, Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi (Krish) and Sai Babu Jagarlamudi
  • Staring : Varun Tej, Lavanya Tripathi, Aditi Rao Hydari
  • Director : Sankalp Reddy
  • Music Director : Prashanth R. Vihari
  • Cinematography : Ganan Shekar V.S
  • Story : Sankalp Reddy
  • Screenplay : Sankalp Reddy

Anthariksham was the most anticipating flick which garnered massive expectations with impressive promos and trailers. All the promotions created huge hype on the film. Hoping that the first space film in Telugu would be a blockbuster.

Story: Antariksham deals with a mission to fix the indian satellite Mihira which could destroy the whole communication system of the world. Accordingly, a team of astronauts led by Dev (Varun Tej) will come into action to fix the satellite and not to let happen the destruction of world communications. How Dev (Varun Tej) becomes part of the team and does he have a personal mission or a strong motive behind the mission forms the rest of the story?

Performances: The most expected film has much enough casting  in the film. Varun Tej delivers good performances in the film. While actresses like Lavanya Tripathi and Aditi Rao Hydari have delivered decent performances. Even the other supporting actors like Avasarala Srinivas and many other actors have delivered settled performances and have done their best part for the film.

Other aspects in the film: Ganan Shekar V.S is the cinematographer of the movie who has come up with extraordinary visuals in the film. camera work is one of the key assets of the movie as the spectacular visuals of space and satellite is so thrilling to watch. Prashanth Vihari music has come out well. He made his mark with soothing music for the film. Even the editing done by Karthika Srinivas was neat. Technically, the whole film looks top notch with high standards. Even all the production values executed by First Frame Entertainments are grand.

Verdict on the film: Anthariksham holds massive content in the film but due to over usage of cinematic liberty the screenplay seems flat and in few cases many logics go for a toss. But still a watchable film for the great treat of graphic works and stellar performances of the actors.

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Actors performances.



Bottom line: Anthariksham was the film which was made with lot of hard work and passion that is very much evident on the big screen. But the overall execution is not that gripping and makes the film just partly engaging to watch.

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