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Antariksham 9000 Kmph (2018) An Indian satellite named Mihira goes out of control and it is on its way of colliding with other countries satellite which goes in a chain reaction and which in turn results for communication blackout throughout the world. To prevent this, Indian Space Center sends four people on a manned mission which include Dev (Varun Tej) who has a sad past with this own satellite Viprayaan. They successfully repair Mihira and prevent the damage and then Dev start taking his own decisions to fix Viprayaan which is out of the plan and they don’t even have the required specifications to do so. How Dev convinced all his other astronauts and accomplished his mission?.
Indiagliz.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  3/5

Antariksham' has a remarkable first half and a not-so-convincing second half. The director tells a layered story, overall. Don't expect nail-biting scenes in the last 30 minutes, as these portions are full of wild cinematic liberties. Awesome technical.

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Greatandhra.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  2.75/5

All in all, 'Antariksham' can be termed as a good attempt in the science fiction genre. A better screenplay would have made wonders. A lot was expected from the director but he offers just an okay movie. Bottom-line: Plain Space Thriller.

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Andhraboxoffice.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  2.75/5

Antariksham` as it is already evident from the Promotional Content, is solely based on Space Exploratory Travels. The 1st half of the film tracks the majority of the story and conflict angle, setting us up for a full fledged Space Thriller 2nd half. It is.

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Gulte.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  2.75/5

There are deliberate attempts to make it appeal to the 'masses', but nothing is convincing enough to make the audience root for its characters. Full marks to the efforts and the attempt made, but Antariksham falls short of expectations with its thin plot .

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Telugucinema.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  3/5

Antariksham' is first ever space thriller in Telugu cinema. Director Sankalp Reddy has given his best to tell it in convincing manner. The film needs appreciation for its attempt. Flaws and drawback can be overlooked as it is a first attempt in this genre.

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Teluguone.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  3/5

The movie could have been directed a little better but the effort of the director must surely be appreciated. Only if we welcome such new movies, there will be movies with new concepts in the Tollywood industry. Routine movies will decrease..

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Cinejosh.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  2.75/5

Despite the Varun Tej starrer space thriller did not gripped throughout but definitely gives an unique experience to the audience.Sankalp Reddy should be applauded for taking this concept and executed decently well..

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Cinejosh.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  3/5

All in all, Antariksham is a well-made attempt from Sankalp, Rajeev Reddy, Krish, Varun Tej and entire team. If you can bear through the mid thirty to forty minutes of boredom, second half is so much promising to shower the appreciation. CJ goes with 3 st.

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123telugu.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  3/5

On the whole, the entire team of Antariksham has put in a lot of hard work and that is very much evident on the big screen. It does not have any commercial elements but because of the sheer imagination of the director, this film will go down as a good att.

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Apherald.com  (Dec 21, 2018)
Rating:  2.75/5

All said, Antariksham, despite predictability issues and drags occasionally, ends up as a can watch for the unique theme and presentation..

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