Antariksham Movie Review – Vetagadu

Varun Tej starer, Antariksham 9000 KMPH is released on 21 December 2018 with huge expectations. This film has hit the theaters as a brilliant space-based story with an innovative concept. Sankalp Reddy of Ghazi fame has shown so much efforts on this film. Let us see how it influenced the audience.

Varun Tej
Aditi Rao
Lavanya Tripati
Avasarala Srinivas

Written and Directed: Sankalp Reddy
Producer: Rajeev Reddy, Sai Baba Jagarlamoodi
Cinematography: Rajashekar


Dev (Varun Tej) is Space Center Scientist trained from Russia and works for Andhra Pradesh in Launching a Satellite called Viprayan that should land on Moon. Unfortunately, this satellite gets failed due to some reasons. The Astronaut Dev’s life gets upside down with an incident where his girlfriend Paaru (Lavanya Tripathi) faces death. With this, he leaves all his career and gets settled in a small village of Tamilnadu as a Teacher. Later after 5 years, he is approached for assisting a critical issue in Space center. He agrees for that and go to space center again after 5 years gap.

Before it all seems very simple but as the work gets progressed complications are raised. From here the story revolves around this point how Dev handles the complications and make the mission successful.


Scenes that are related to Space are excisitng for the space lovers. There are some details during the launch of mission are missing but still keeps the audience engaged with the graphics and visual effects. But story might be little lagging and did not make the audience to connect. Overall the movie is a one time watch. If people go to theaters keeping in mind Ghazi they will get dissappointed.