The director has handled the two stories in the background of 1990 in two villages very naturally with feel-good emotions. Anasuya's performance as Shanthamma is very good. Her two children, Devansh Nama and Aniruth Nama, who played Ram Laxman, also acted very well. Especially Aniruth Nama's performance is very good. The efforts made by children with the desire to travel by plane. The scenes from this point of view are also very impressive. On the other hand, Sangeet Shobhan's performance as Maniga is a plus for the movie. Goparaju Ramana played the role of Mani's father.
Goparaju Ramana's performance in the role of an average father who runs a small grocery store in a small village is superb. Sanvi Meghna who played the heroine also impressed with her cute and homely looks. The feel of the love story of the hero and heroines has also worked out well. In the key roles, 'Vennela' Kishore, Abhay Betiganti, Surabhi Prabhavathi, and Kalpalatha have settled into their roles. Also, the rest of the actors acted well in their roles.
The director, who is successful in taking a good plot, lags behind in writing a thrilling story. But some of the scenes created by him are very impressive. Music director Anup Rubens has good music. Jagdish's dark cinematography work is a special attraction of the movie. Producer Abhishek Nama should be congratulated for believing in the director's idea and giving such a diverse film to the audience.
Some emotional elements and some love scenes are impressive in this emotional feel-good drama called 'Prema Vimanam'. However, the story in the movie is not fully interesting. Things like slow narration, missing commercial elements, and some regular scenes are minuses for the movie. But the main content of the movie and some emotional scenes are connected. Overall, this 'Prema Vimanam' film failed to please all sections of the audience.