Movie: Antariksham
Rating: 2.75/5
Banner: First Frame Entertainments
Cast: Varun Tej,Aditi Rao Hydari,Lavanya Tripathi
Music: Prashanth.R.Vihari
Cinematography: Gnanasekhar V.S
Producer(s): Sai Babu Jagarlamudi,Rajeev Reddy
Director: Sankalp Reddy
Release Date: December 21, 2018

Punchline: Space Flick!


Mihira is an Indian satellite which suddenly loses its track and is about to crash the global communication system. The only person who can fix Mihira is Dev (Varun Tej) who quits his job in the same Space Centre five years back due to a personal tragedy. Riya (Aditi Rao Hydari) decides to bring him back to help them fix Mihira. Initially, Dev hesitates to get back but later gets convinced. Now, Dev, Riya and two other astronauts (Raja Chebolu and Satyadev Kancharana) set out to fix Mihira. Did they succeed in their mission? Did they successfully come back to the earth? forms the main plot of the story.

Artistes’ Performances:

  • Varun Tej and Aditi Rao Hydari Performance are main highlights.


  • Good Concept

  • Varun Tej and Aditi Rao Hydari

  • Daring Attempt


  • Cinematic scenes

  • Dragged in few parts



Sankalp Reddy has again proved that he can keep the audience at the edge of their seat with his films with a gripping screenplay. The first half is about the flashback of Varun Tej and Lavanya Tripathi which is shown in a beautiful way.The second half starts on an very interesting note but fails to impress the audience as there are few dragging scenes. The entire second half runs with the space backdrop.The climax ends on a happy note. On the whole, ‘Antariksham 9000 kmph’ is a first space thriller which is the first of its kind in Tollywood.

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