Aakasham Movierulz - Arjun accidentally meets Subhadra on his journey and strikes up a conversation with her. Arjun slowly starts narrating his life journey through different stages and Arjun also starts telling about Meera Meenakshi & Mati Prabha who were in his life earlier. The rest of the film revolves around Arjun's journey with Subhadra in search of his life and the changes in Arjun's life after the journey.
Aakasham Movierulz - The movie Aakasham definitely reminds me of some Telugu movies like 'Na Autograph Sweet Memories', 'Premam' and 'Thank you, as all these movies are based on similar life stories. A man struggles with his life, finds his love, overcomes his difficulties, and realizes the true meaning of life, this is how the movie Aakasham begins and ends. The movie Aakasham has some good scenes that will surely entertain the audience and make them connect with the characters on screen. Especially the designed scenes between Aparna Balamurali and Ashok Selvan. But Ashok Selvan with Ritu Varma and Sivatmika Rajasekhar with other scenes will be seen as Aakasham movie routine.
When it comes to acting, Ashok Selvan is sure to impress the Telugu audience with his multi-shaded character in the running minutes. He was able to show diversity not only with his looks but also with his acting in different scenes. Aparna Balamurali's character & acting are other major highlights of the movie. Aparna's scenes are sure to entertain the audience and her performance will stay with us. Ritu Varma looks routine in her role as seen in similar roles earlier. Sivatmika Rajasekhar is okay in some scenes but needs to improve her acting skills here to make her mark as a Telugu actress.
Technically Aakasham's movie is good. The songs and background music rendered by Gopisunder are very apt for the scenes. Vidhu Ayyanna's cinematography is another major attraction of this movie. He has managed to capture some beautiful locations and set frames that grab our attention. The editing feels like it could have been better, as some of the longer scenes are cut too easily. The film's production values are good, as the story requires.
Director 'Ra. Karthik tries to explore the journey of life on screen with some emotion but is only partially successful as many of the scenes resemble scenes from previous films with similar concepts.
Overall, Aakasham is a movie worth watching with some life lessons. Although the movie has some flaws and comparisons to older movies, it connects to your heart with the characters and performances.