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Aakashavaani 2021 Telugu Movie Review Trailer

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Aakashavaani 2021 Telugu Movie Review Trailer

Aakashavaani  2021 Telugu Movie Review Trailer

Movie Details

Release date : September 24,2021

Movie2Review Rating : 3/5

Starring: Samuthirakani, Vinay Varma, Prashant, Teja Kakumanu

Director: Ashwin Gangaraju
Producer: Padmanabha Reddy
Music Director: Kaala Bhairava
Editor: Sreekar Prasad


Aakashavaani is a film that has been promoted a lot in the last few days. The film is streaming now on Sony Live and let’s see how it is.

Trailer

Synopsis:

The film is set in a remote forest where tribals live alone and have no knowledge of the outside world. They are ruled by a man named Dora (Vinay Varma), who manipulates the tribals for his own benefit. When a tribal child discovers a radio, everything changes. A schoolmaster (Samuthiraikani) enters the forest as a result of this. What changes did the tribals notice in their troubled lives after the schoolmaster’s arrival?

This film was directed by Ashwin Gangaraju, and his vision is strong. The setting he’s chosen, as well as the way he’s set up the storey in such a unique way, look promising. The tribals’ innocence has also been well captured. Samutiraikani is excellent as usual and elevates the

Movie Review

The music by Kala Bhairava was excellent, as was the film’s BGM. The camera department also does a good job of displaying realistic visuals. The editing in the first half could have been better. When it comes to the director, Ashwin’s style of taking is impressive. However, his narration is slow and monotonous in the first half. If he had worked on it, the film would have been even more interesting.

Overall, Aakashavaani is a forest drama with an interesting backdrop and good visuals. However, the film’s slow first half and dull star cast fail to hold the fort, making it a below-average watch this weekend.

Movie2Review Movie Rating:

3 out 5

Review Overview
SUMMARY

The music by Kala Bhairava was excellent, as was the film's BGM. The camera department also does a good job of displaying realistic visuals. The editing in the first half could have been better. When it comes to the director, Ashwin's style of taking is impressive. However, his narration is slow and monotonous in the first half. If he had worked on it, the film would have been even more interesting.

Overall, Aakashavaani is a forest drama with an interesting backdrop and good visuals. However, the film's slow first half and dull star cast fail to hold the fort, making it a below-average watch this weekend.

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