Over the years, Bollywood has mastered the art of narrating real-life stories to inspire. One such inspiring story has been released today in the theatres. Titled as ' Srikanth - Aa Raha Hai Sabki Aankhein Kholne'; the movie revolves around the life of visually impaired industrialist Srikanth Bolla. The movie features actor Rajkummar Rao in the titular role along with Jyothika, Sharad Kelkar, and Alaya F.  Srikanth is directed by Tushar Hiranandani who has previously directed Scam 2003.

Lets review Srikanth - Aa Raha Hai Sabki Aankhein Kholne:

Released on the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya Srikanth is a biographical drama based on the life of Indian industrialist and the founder Chairman of Bollant Industries Srikant Bolla. The movie narrates Srikant's life journey from childhood to success, portraying his experiences as a visually impaired individual. The undying spirit of Srikanth is what makes this movie more special. The hunger for choosing big dreams and making them a reality is what the story of Srikanth teaches us. The simplicity of the movie along with its impactful narrative is what makes Srikanth a truly inspiring drama.

Srikanth Biopic- A Compelling Journey from Humble Beginnings to Industrial Success:

Many aspects of the movie such as perfectly balanced storylines, in-depth writing and on-point direction make it worth watching. The storyline of the movie is spread across Srikanth's life journey. It takes you back to 1991 to a small village in Andhra Pradesh. Srikanth was born with no luxury; his father was a farmer. After his birth, many suggested Srikanth's father smothered him as they labelled him 'useless.' Srikanth fought with all the norms and stereotypes to become the successful industrialist he is now. The movie focuses on the struggling years of Srikanth.

Rajkummar Rao's Performance Elevates 'Srikanth' Biopic, Supported by Strong Cast:

One of the best elements of the movie is Rajkummar Rao. The way Rajkummar has played the character of Srikanth on screen is commendable. The actor has transformed himself into the character he is playing. The emotions, act, body language, dialogue delivery everything seems flawless. The time and effort put in by Rajkummar Rao for the character is clearly visible on screen. Other than Rajkummar Rao Jyothika has also delivered an effective performance as Devika. Sharad Kelkar as Ravi Mantha has also done a great job.

Rajkummar Rao's Aging in School Scenes Fails To Convince Viewers:

One of the flaws which has been noticed by many is how Rajkummar Rao ages in Srikanth. As the actor plays a school student in the movie he somehow fails to convince the audience.

Shedding Light on Society’s Lack of Empathy, Despite Some Plot Hiccups:

Srikanth narrates how Indian society lacks empathy towards people who have disabilities and fail to understand their struggles. The movie sums up well with a good pace. Although in between it loses the track; Rajkummar Rao's impressive performances keep it going.

Srikanth is like a mirror to society which showcases what a person with disabilities goes through. The movie has everything from humour to emotions. The story of Srikanth inspires you and makes you think if he can why can't I?