Yeh Khula Aasmaan
| Director||Gitanjali Sinha|
| Music||Anand Chitragupt, Milind Chitragupt|
| Writer||Gitanjali Sinha|
| Lyrics||Ravi Chopra|
| Release Date||25-May-2012|
| Cast||Raghuveer Yadav, Yashpal Sharma, Raj Tandon, Anya Anand, Manjusha Godse, Rama Kishor Nadalskar, Nitin Kerur, Aditya Sidhu, Gulshan Pandey|
Movie Review:- Yeh Khula Aasmaan is the story of a teenager, Avinash (Raj Tandon) who fails to get admission into IIT, and loses all hope. He tries to seek solace in his parents (Yashpal Sharma and Manjusha Godse), but they don’t even make the effort to take his call when he needs them. Disappointed and desperate, he leaves home to meet his grandfather aka Dadu (Raghubir Yadav).Raghubir Yadav gives a natural and touching performance as the dadu. Raj Tandon is shaky in the beginning but makes an honest effort to blend in later. However towards the end he fails miserably. Yashpal Sharma doesn’t look convincing as an urban character – he looks forced and fake.
Direction, Performance and Music:- For a movie that's supposed to be inspirational, director (Gitanjali Sinha) gives us blah lines, lackluster story-telling which is emotional at times, with an exhaustingly slow pace - weakening the script further. The film has been shot at some picturesque locales and the location and setting adjoin value to its insightful theme. As for the songs, the title track is soulfully rendered.
Overall:- YEH KHULA AASMAAN isn't perfect, but likeable nonetheless. A simple story that strikes a chord.