Akaash Vani Movie Review
Here are the reviews for the movie Akaash Vani:
Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Taran Adarsh Site: BollywoodHungama
Like PYAAR KA PUNCHNAMA, AKAASHVANI also has a bond with realism. It's about the present times. It communicates the contemporary lingo. Yet, it has the old world charisma that still makes you go weak in your knees. It has shades of everything, from fidelity and commitment to resentment and mistrust to anguish and betrayal. Handled most efficiently, with several authoritative moments, AKAASHVANI is, without doubt, a delicate love story that triumphs. With PYAAR KA PUNCHNAMA, Luv Ranjan demonstrated he's a commendable storyteller. With AKAASHVANI, he only seals it furthermore! On the whole, AKAASHVANI appeals for the characters that Luv Ranjan has created as well as the buoyancy and gusto with which the principal actors bring alive the characters on screen. The movie contains just the right blend of sparkle and spice and is definitely worthy of a watch. Go for it!
Rating: 3/5 Review by: Ananya Bhattacharya Site: Zee News
From that talented a director, ‘Akaash Vani’ is almost a disappointment in parts. The story is fresh – no doubts about that, but it plays with clichés. So while there are moments which define it and turn it into a brilliantly made film, there are others which take away some parts of the same brilliance.
Rating: 1.5/5 Review by: Abhishek Gupta Site: India TV
There is not a single scene which you might not be aware of and seen in daily soaps. Come on Luv Runjan, we didn’t expect such a bizarre thing after a surprise hit ‘Pyar Ka Punchnama’. The more was the expectation, the lesser we got.
Rating: 4/5 Review by: Subhash K Jha Site: FirstPost
Suffused in contemplative silences and deriving its dramatic energy from the age-old debate on arranged versus love marriages, “Akaash Vani” is thoughtful and absorbing, not prone to tripping over with nervous anxiety and excessive energy to hold our attention.
Rating:-- Review by: Sahara Samay Site: Sahara Samay
Director Luv Ranjan of 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama' is back with realism which has shades of everything – friendship, emotional bonding, seperation, loyalty, distrust and suffering.
Rating: 2.5/5 Review by: Mohar Basu Site: Koimoi
While expectations are sky rocketing high from Luv Ranjan, his story was clearly disappointing. The film which was directed towards the younger faction of the audience will surely not be able to please them, at least the urban audience.
Rating: 3/5 Review by: Smitha Site: OneIndia
While Akaash Vani is not completely disappointing, we definitely expected more out of Luv Ranjan who has proved his maturity and knack in storytelling before. The plot of Akaash Vani is fresh, but comes with a lot of cliches. You cannot take the credit from the director for churning out a story that has some amazing moments that will bring tears in your eyes and tug at your heart strings.
Rating: 3/5 Review by: Martin D'Souza Site: Yahoo! News
This is a relevant film for parents and youngsters. It deals with a very complex situation, does not give you any answers and towards the end, sends you home allowing you to form your own views.
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