Movie Review: Yeh Khula Aasmaan (2012)
With the surfacing of quality logical cinema, the film industry is no longer about mainstream masala movies. YEH KHULA AASMAAN is yet another film that intends to stir the soul with a heartwarming tale.
YEH KHULA AASMAAN deals with imperative matters of our life, besides bringing back the spirit of kite flying, a great Indian tradition since many generations. The film also attempts to tell the viewer that there are no failures, only setbacks, and one needs to move forward. The message, told in the most subtle manner, does come across effectively in the closing stages.
YEH KHULA AASMAAN revolves around Avinash [Raj Tandon], a youngster going through an extremely challenging phase of life due to his academic failures. He feels an immense vacuum which, unfortunately, his busy parents are unable to fill. In desperation, he visits his grandfather [Raghuveer Yadav] after several years. The grandfather uses the ‘kite’ to subtly impart the lessons of life and prepares Avinash to face life. Under his company, Avinash discovers many unexplored yet invaluable facets of life.