AKAM or Akam may refer to:
- Akam (film), a 2011 Indian Malayalam psychological thriller film
- Akam (poetry)
- Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance, a Swiss not-for-profit agency
- Akamai Technologies, which trades on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol "AKAM"
Akam (English:Inside)is a 2013 Indian psychological thriller Malayalam film written and directed by Shalini Usha Nair. The film is a contemporary retelling of Malayattoor Ramakrishnan's classic psycho-thriller novel Yakshi (1967). The story is about Srini ( Fahad Fazil), a young architect, who starts suspecting that his beautiful wife Ragini ( Anumol) is a yakshi.
The film was shot in and around Trivandrum and its surrounding suburbs. It premiered at the 8th Dubai International Film Festival in December 2011. It was also screened at the Shanghai International Film Festival and International Film Festival of Kerala. The film released in theatres on 26 April 2013.
Akam is one of two genres of Classical Tamil poetry which concerns with the subject of love, the other concerns the subject of war. It can also be translated as eroticism and heroism. It is further subdivided into the five thinai. The type of love was divided into seven ranging from unrequited love to mismatched love.