Yeh Khula Aasmaan is a 2012 Hindi-language film, directed by Gitanjali Sinha and produced by Hemendra Aran of Gitanjali Creations. The film stars Raghubir Yadav, Yashpal Sharma, Raj Tandon and Anya Anand.Wikipedia
Yeh Khula Aasmaan Reviews
There is only one reason to see this film. It will definitely be a long long time before you tell somebody, "Oh, go fly a kite"
The execution is amateurish and shoddy. The plot takes the entire first-half to establish itself and the film completely drags on through the second half. The film is packed with so many quotes that are meant to inspire you to crush competition that the theater feels like a school principal’s office.
Yeh Khula Aasmaan, which has been well-received at several film festivals, will make you wonder what made it go to all such festivals in the first place. It is an extremely poor attempt and is a complete disappointment.
On the whole, YEH KHULA AASMAAN isn't perfect, but likeable nonetheless. A simple story that strikes a chord!
YEH KHULA AASMAN is a wonderful product of a sensitive story, simple direction and melodious music which forms an intrinsic part of the narrative. In fact, it is the soul of the movie. It's a pleasant experience which takes you back to the melodious times of the 70s and early eighties when music merged seamlessly with the narration and screenplay. YEH KHULA AASMAN is an everyday story, powerfully told using the kite as a metaphor.
‘Yeh Khula Aasmaan’ is an old-fashioned simple and transparent tale told with a straightforwardness that challenges current filmmaking trends of irrelevant complexities.Yeh Khula Aasmaan’ is a well-intended heartwarming film. More mellow than melodrama, it revels in postures of pristine idyllism associated with non-metropolitan life.There are no heart-stopping moments of high and low. The drama, when it ensues, is brought on with disarming simplicity. That the heart is in the right place is undeniable.