Pushpaka Vimana Movie Review: Pushpaka Vimana is the Kannada Comedy Family Drama. The film stars Ramesh Aravind, acting in his 100th Kannada film, as the protagonist playing the father role. The film’s title is borrowed from the 1987 silent film of the same name which starred Kamal Haasan and Amala in the lead roles.
Lead Roles: Ramesh Aravind, Rachita Ram, Yuvina Parthavi, Juhi Chawla
Director: S. Ravindranath
Producer: Vikhyath Chitra Productions
Music Director: Charan Raj
Genre: Comedy Family Drama
Censor Report: ‘U’
Pushpaka Vimana Movie Review & Story:
The movie is said to be inspired by Korean movie Miracle in Cell No. 7. But the makers have said that only a couple of scenes have been borrowed from the original.
The film is about a mentally-challenged father and his emotional bonding with his daughter who is crazy about planes. Ramesh has been wrongly sentenced for a crime. The story takes a turn when the two innocent hearts get separated, and the kind of turmoil they undergo. It is about what happens when these two innocent hearts are separated. What kind of turmoil do they undergo after separation? Will they be reunited again? Answers to these questions are what the film delivers.
The film portraying the love and affection between the father and the daughter garnered much praise for Ramesh’s expressive act and Bhuvan’s cinematography.
The film stars Ramesh Aravind, acting in his 100th Kannada film, as the protagonist playing the father role. Rachita Ram and Baby Yuvina Parthavi play the daughters role. Prominent Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla stars in an extended cameo role, marking her re-entry to Kannada films after 18 years.
Pushpaka Vimana Movie Review:
The visual treatment of the movie is such that it will be like nothing that you have seen before in any other Kannada film. This is a complete family entertainer, and no member will feel like they do not enjoy a certain scene. The film is packed with emotions, and audiences will fall in love with the father and daughter characters.
The movie was reported to be in contention for Best Adapted Screenplay at the Oscars. The music is soulful and tugs at the heart strings. It carries the story well, so much so that it can be called a musical film. this will not just be a proud moment for us, but for the entire Kannada film industry.
- Ramesh Aravind performance
- story plot
- slow narrtion.
Verdict: One simple word WOW… This movie is a treat for the family audience and Ramesh sir fans. its an emotional journey of father and daughter… Ramesh sir deserves standing ovation for his incredible acting… don’t miss to watch this movie with your family.