Shivathmika Rajasekhar’s Aakasam Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Shivathmika Rajasekhar’s Aakasam Telugu Movie Review: Even though Telugu cinema is not as popular as Tamil cinema, Ashok Selvan has made a name for himself in Telugu cinema. Both “Pizza 2: Villa” and “Thegidi,” which he directed, were very well received when they came out in Telugu. The movie Ninnila Ninnila got good reviews after it came out on DIRECT OTT. His latest movie, “Aakasam” in Telugu and “Nitham Oru Vaanam” in Tamil, were both shot at the same time. Let’s look at this movie more closely to see if Ashok Selvan is able to please the Telugu audience and grow his business.

Shivathmika Rajasekhar's Aakasam Telugu Movie Review

Story

Arjun meets Subhadra while he is traveling, and the two of them start to talk. Arjun slowly starts to talk about the different times in his life. Also talked about are his ties to Meera Meenakshi and Mathi Prabha. Arjun and Subhadra go on a journey to find themselves. The rest of the story is about what happens to Arjun when they get back.

Cast & Crew

Aparna Balamurali, Shivathmika Rajasekhar, Ashok Selvan, and Rithu Varma all make cameo appearances in Ra’s film Aakasham. Vidhu Ayyanna shot the movie, and Gopi Sundar did the music. Karthik was in charge of production, with help from Rising East.

Movie Name Aakasam
Director Ra. Karthik
Music Director Gopi Sundar
Producer Sreenidhi Sagar
Genre Adventure Drama
Cast Ashok Selvan, Rithu Varma, Aparna Balamurali and Shivathmika Rajasekhar
Cinematography Vidhu Ayyanna

Movie Verdict

Some Telugu movies, like “Na Autograph Beautiful Memory,” “Premam,” and “Thank You,” have a similar plot to “Aakasam.” The main character in “Aakasam,” who has been having a hard time, finds love, gets over his problems, and learns what life is all about. There are a lot of funny and touching scenes in Aakasam that the audience will enjoy and find easy to relate to. All of the scenes between Aparna Balamurali and Ashok Selvan are very well done. Compared to other Ashok Selvan scenes with Ritu Varma and Shivatmika Rajasekhar, Aakasam isn’t very interesting.

With a role that changes so much over the course of the movie, Ashok Selvan is sure to impress Telugu moviegoers with how well he can act. He stood out not only because of how he looked, but also because of how he did. The role and performance of Aparna Balamurali are also very good. Aparna’s performance will be remembered, and the audience will have a great time watching her sequences. Ritu Varma’s role is pretty typical, since we’ve seen her in similar parts before. The world of Telugu acting has been better, but Shivatmika Rajasekhar still has a long way to go before her talent is well known.

Aakasam seems to make sense from a technical point of view. The melodies and music score by Gopi Sundar are beautiful and evocative, and they go well with the pictures. Vidhu Ayyanna did a great job with the film’s cinematography. He knew how to capture the beauty of the places he went to and how to choose the right pictures to make us want to see more. Some of the longer parts could have been cut out easily, so the editing could have been better. The story works well with the film’s high production value.

The movie director, Ra. Karthik tried to capture the emotional ups and downs of life on film, but he was only partly successful because most of the scenes were copied from other movies with the same or similar themes.

The movie Aakasam, which is also entertaining, has a lot of great lessons to teach. You might care about what happens to the characters and be moved by the acting, which could make up for the movie’s small flaws and obvious rip-offs.

Plus Points:

  • Music
  • Cinematography
  • Aparna Balamurali

Minus Points:

  • Few Dragged scenes
  • Editing

Rating: 2.75/5

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