Movie Name : Surya Aakaasam Nee Haddhu Ra OTT Review Rating
Release date : November 12th,2020
Rating : 3.5/5
Starring : Suriya, Aparna Balamurali, Mohan Babu
Director : Sudha Kongara
Producers : Suriya, Guneet Monga
Music : G. V. Prakash Kumar
Cinematography : Niketh Bommireddy
Suriya has finally arrived with a blockbuster hit after a series of disappointing films. Aakasam Nee Haddura proves why Surya is rated as one of the finest actors of this generation. Aakasam Nee Hadduraa is directed by Sudha Kongara. Sudha Kongara has made an inspiring movie based on the book named Simply Fly which is a biography of the founder of Air Deccan airlines, GR Gopinath.
As Chandra Mahesh(Surya) had faced a tragic experience in his past, he aspires to make air travel economically feasible for the common people. He comes up with a perfect plan for this. However, he faces hurdles at every step from the bigshots who are already running the aviation business. Mahesh discusses his plan with Paresh (Paresh Rawal), one of the leading businessmen in the air traveling industry. But Paresh discourages and tries to stop Mahesh in his tracks as he is against the economical air travel concept. The rest of the story unveils Mahesh’s never-give-up efforts to make air transportation feasible for the common people.
What about on-screen performances?
Each and every actor does full justice to their respective roles. Suriya delivered an astounding performance with his mature acting. Though he has made some poor choices in choosing the scripts in recent times, he has always given his hundred percent as an actor. There are so many scenes that are elevated by his earnest performance. Aparna Balamurali is good in the female lead role and Sudha Kongara breaks all the stereotypes of a movie heroine. Senior actors like Mohan Babu and Paresh Rawal have done justice to their characters. Urvashi is good as Maha’s mother.
What about off-screen talents?
Like in her previous film Guru, Sudha Kongara again picked the story of an achiever. Every aspect of the film, including the story, narrative, and character designing is commendable. Sudha Kongara picked an emotionally moving subject and laces it with heart touching moments. The screenplay gets a bit repetitive and the screenplay is a tad patchy in the second half as the protagonist has let down many times. On the whole, Sudha does succeed in narrating the story in an interesting manner.
G.V. Prakash Kumar’s songs mostly play on in the background and the background score leaves a long-lasting impression on the viewers. Niketh Bommireddy’s cinematography is pure class and succeeded in translating the director’s vision onto the screen. Satish Suriya’s editing could have been crisp as the film feels a tad too long in the middle.
Heart touching story
Superb first half
A slightly stretched second half
Aakasam Nee Haddhura is, without a doubt, one of the best OTT releases since the imposition of lockdown. The movie is filled with several goosebump oriented scenes.