Antariksham Movie Review

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Release date : December 21, 2018

Starring : Varun Tej, Aditi Rao Hydari, Lavanya Tripathi

Director : Sankalp Reddy

Producers : Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi, Sai Babu Jagarlamudi

Music Director : Prashanth Vihari

Cinematographer : Gnana Shekar V.S.

Editor : Karthika Srinivas

 

Sankalp Reddy scored a resounding hit with Ghazi on his debut. The talented filmmaker picked a space thriller as his second attempt. Titled Antariksham, this film hit the theaters today. Scroll down to check whether the film manages to keep the viewers engaged or not.

Story:

Mihira, an Indian satellite which is disfunctional, is on the course of destroying the entire communication system in the world. Now, its creator, Dev(Varun Tej) is left with no other option but to get things sorted by fixing the technical glitch.

Can Dev, along with his fellow astronauts(Aditi Rao, Satyadev, Kunal) accomplish this mission? What are the complexities they face in the process? and where does Paaru(Lavanya)feature in the set up. The answers to these questions form the remaining story of the film.

Plus points:

Antariksham is definitely a daring attempt in Tollywood as this genre was not explored in the past, at least on this scale. This space thriller stays true to the theme and never goes off-track.

Varun Tej gets a meaty role and he packs the intensity to match it up. He puts up his best efforts for this film. Aditi Rao is good in a supportive role and she emotes really well. Lavanya is seen in a very brief role but she leaves an impact.

The graphics are really good and the space visuals are near-to-life. The VFX designing has been executed to perfection and would most certainly give a new experience to the viewers.

Minus points:

The main problem with Antariksham is that it lacks proper depth. Most of the scenes relating to technical problems in the space have not been addressed properly. A detailed explanation of the problems and convincing screenplay was required to make-believe the audience.

The second half had a lot riding on it, but the drama goes missing when it matters the most. As a result, a few key scenes came out underwhelming.

Varun Tej going missing in outer space and coming back from nowhere. A satellite traveling at 7000 KMPH docking at the International Space Station with pinpoint precision. Scenes like these look a bit too far-fetched.

Technical Aspects:

Antariksham banks big on special effects and boy did the team deliver. The director, Sankalp Reddy gets the best-possible output in this department. However, he should have concentrated more on the core plot rather than the visual grandeur. Nevertheless, he made a decent attempt.

Music and background score are adequate. The space thriller vibe has been carried well in the second half. Camera works are really good and give an authentic feel to the viewers.

A lot of effort has been put into the art department and they succeed big time. They have picked all the right physical properties to give a realistic setup to the satellite.

Verdict:

On the whole, the entire team of Antariksham has put in a lot of hard work and that is very much evident on the big screen. It does not have any commercial elements but because of the sheer imagination of the director, this film will go down as a good attempt in Tollywood. However, the overall execution is not that engaging and this makes the film a partly engaging watch this weekend.

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  • As the movie is heading towards the climax, Space craft returning to earth now scenes are on now

  • Varun’s trails for a spacewalk towards the moon to gather data from a lost satellite are going on…

  • Some complications in the mission are being showcased now

  • Now, mission Kinnera started. A mission to moon

  • Twist in journey and Varun rebelling against Rahman. In the meantime, a few emotional scenes are on between Shankar and his daughter

  • Now, both Aditi and Varun started spacewalk and the mission is a success. Varun doing his own mission now with Avasarala’s ground level support.

  • Post interval, the movie started with a spacewalk by Aditi. First attempt failed and ” INDIA is not gonna lose” dialogue is on now

  • First Half: So far, the film is an average fare with a flat narration. Interval block is Good. Second half plays the crucial role. Have to wait and watch how it turns out to be

  • Time for the space travel Aditi(Riya), Varun (Dev), Satyadev and Shankar (Sirivennela Sitaramasastri) are the team. Time for the interval

  • Scenes showing Varun getting trained to go to space to fix Mihira satellite are being showcased

  • Flashback is done. Yet another montage song Palukave is on now

  • Movie is shifting between past and present days…now a few back flashback episodes showing what happened to Varun launched satellite Viprayan are going on

  • Lavanya Tripathi is introduced as Rahman’s daughter and Varun’s girlfriend. Now, its time for a montage song Samayama

  • Varun Tej and Aditi Rao Hydari are introduced now. Varun is a scientist and Aditi is an astronaut. A few scenes showing what actually happened five years back are on now

  • 5 years later on Earth…Srinivas Avasarala working on the issues of Mihira satellite. Noted actor Rahman come in as his boss

  • The film takes off in space with shots of the moon and a satellite…impressive grand visuals

  • Hi the film has just started and its runtime is 130 minutes…

  Release date : December 21, 2018 Starring : Varun Tej, Aditi Rao Hydari, Lavanya Tripathi Director : Sankalp Reddy Producers : Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi, Sai Babu Jagarlamudi Music Director : Prashanth Vihari Cinematographer : Gnana Shekar V.S. Editor : Karthika Srinivas   Sankalp Reddy scored a resounding hit with Ghazi on his debut. The talented filmmaker picked a space thriller as his second attempt. Titled Antariksham, this film hit the theaters today. Scroll down to check whether the film manages to keep the viewers engaged or not. Story: Mihira, an Indian satellite which is disfunctional, is on the course of destroying the entire communication system in the world. Now, its creator, Dev(Varun Tej) is left with no other option but to get things sorted by fixing the technical glitch. Can Dev, along with his fellow astronauts(Aditi Rao, Satyadev, Kunal) accomplish this mission? What are the complexities they face in the process? and where does Paaru(Lavanya)feature in the set up. The answers to these questions form the remaining story of the film. Plus points: Antariksham is definitely a daring attempt in Tollywood as this genre was not explored in the past, at least on this scale. This space thriller stays true to the theme and never goes off-track. Varun Tej gets a meaty role and he packs the intensity to match it up. He puts up his best efforts for this film. Aditi Rao is good in a supportive role and she emotes really well. Lavanya is seen in a very brief role but she leaves an impact. The graphics are really good and the space visuals are near-to-life. The VFX designing has been executed to perfection and would most certainly give a new experience to the viewers. Minus points: The main problem with Antariksham is that it lacks proper depth. Most of the scenes relating to technical problems in the space have not been addressed properly. A detailed explanation of the problems and convincing screenplay was required to make-believe the audience. The second half had a lot riding on it, but the drama goes missing when it matters the most. As a result, a few key scenes came out underwhelming. Varun Tej going missing in outer space and coming back from nowhere. A satellite traveling at 7000 KMPH docking at the International Space Station with pinpoint precision. Scenes like these look a bit too far-fetched. Technical Aspects: Antariksham banks big on special effects and boy did the team deliver. The director, Sankalp Reddy gets the best-possible output in this department. However, he should have concentrated more on the core plot rather than the visual grandeur. Nevertheless, he made a decent attempt. Music and background score are adequate. The space thriller vibe has been carried well in the second half. Camera works are really good and give an authentic feel to the viewers. A lot of effort has been put into the art department and they succeed big time. They have picked all the right physical properties to give a realistic setup to the satellite. Verdict: On…

Antariksham Movie Review

Story - Screenplay - 2.75
Star Cast Performances - 3.5
Technicalities - 3.75
Direction - 3.5

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Antariksham Movie Review

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