Suriya Sivakumar’s Aakaasam Nee HaddhuRa movie directed by Sudha Kongara and produced by Suriya under his own banner 2D Productions. The female lead role is played by Aparna Balamurali, Mohan Babu, and Paresh Rawal plays as supporting roles. Music for the movie is composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar.
Aakaasam Nee Haddhu Ra Movie Story
Aakaasam Nee Haddhu Ra movie is a real-life story of Chandra Mahesh (Suriya), who son of a school teacher. His dream is to start an airline. He studied the pilot course. Mahesh along with his friends, leave their jobs to pursue the dream of launching low-cost airline Deccan Air.
He dreams of launching a low-cost airline. There is numerous reason why he is obsessed with this idea, although he has the financial capabilities to operate an airline. Only the idea is his capital. The idea is to make everyone fly in India for Rs 1.
But Paresh Goswami (Paresh Rawal), the leader in the industry, feels a problem, and he makes sure to create enough hurdles for Chandra Mahesh’s airline to take-off. How will Chandra Mahesh, who even borrows Rs 15 thousand from his wife Baby (Aparna Balamurali) to register the company, fulfilled his dream?
Suriya gives one of his career-best performances with this movie. The intensity which we have been missing in Suriya’s recent performances is brought back superbly by the star actor. From scene one, Suriya is magnificent as the restless soul who wants to fulfill his dreams. Be it in the interval scene where his dream is shattered or the climax episode, where he goes through a roller coaster of emotions, Suriya steals the show and will arrest you with his performance.
One of the biggest pillars of the film is the heroine Aparna Balamurali. She gives solid support to Suriya and plays the doting wife’s role supremely well. The way she looks expresses her emotions, and showcases solid chemistry with Suriya is the major asset of the film. Mohan Babu does not have much screen time but in the three scenes he gets, the legendary actor impresses and brings depth to the film.
One can not forget the emotional aspect of the film. Sudha Kongara’s writing is so strong that every emotion works in the film. The husband-wife angle, mother-son relationship, and conflict between Suriya and Paresh Rawal, all these episodes have gripping emotions.
Paresh Rawal is classy in his role and brings a lot of depth to the film. The production design is solid and visuals of the bygone era have been showcased in a superb manner. The film is filled with several goosebump oriented scenes and will impress you with its engaging narration.