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Release Date: September 8, 2017
Movie Cast: Naga Chaitanya,Lavanya Tripathi, Srikanth
Director: Krishna Marimuthu
Music Director: Vivek Sagar
Production Company: Varahi Chalana Chitram
Naga Chaitanya is choosing some very interesting films in the past few years. This time around, he has given a break to his friend Krishna who directs his new film Yuddham Sharanam which has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Arjun (Naga Chaitanya) is a aspiring drone maker who is encouraged to be so by his parents (Rao Ramesh and Revathi). They both do social work treating patients in remote villages under their Swasthya foundation. Arjun falls in love with Anjali (Lavanya Tripati) who is a daughter of his father’s friends when she joined for internship under his mother. When everything is going well and when Arjun is about to confess his love for Anjali to his parents, they goes missing and a series of bomb blasts happen around the city. What happened to their parents? What is the story behind the bomb blasts? How Arjun solves this mystery forms the rest of the story.
Chai Akkineni as Arjun is superb and he is at ease in his character. He is good in action sequences and looks handsome throughout the movie. Lavanya Tripati performed nice and looks gorgeous. She has maintained good chemistry with Chai Akkineni in love sequences. Srikanth Meka who is the main protagonist of this movie called Nayak is terrific. He maintained well convincing body language and is so menacing in his role. Rao Ramesh and Revathi are superb as parents of Chai Akkineni. Vinodh Kumar, Raja Ravindra, Kireeti, Priyadarshi and all other actors are good in their roles.
Yuddham Saranam has some very good visuals. The camera work is delightful and nicely showcases all the emotions and locations quite well. Music by Vivek Sagar is strictly okay as the songs only come in the narrative. His background waivers a lot as it is good in some places and disappoints in crunch scenes. Production values by Vaarahi are always good and same is the case with this film too as Yuddham Sharanam looks quite classy .
Coming to the director Krishna, he has done just an okay job in his debut. When a debutante director like him picks up a routine story, one needs to pack it with good moments throughout. Script wise, Krishna does a decent job but his execution lacks the punch in the second half. His narration gets slow and too much of liberty is taken in the proceedings. The pain that a person undergoes after losing his family is somehow not showcased and this is where the emotions look artificial and hurried.
On the whole, Yuddham Sharanam is a film which starts off on a positive note but fizzes out during the later part. Superb family emotions during the first half keep the audience hooked. But as in all the recent Telugu films, director Krishna too looses grip on the second half and ends things in an unconvincing manner. For the regular audience, there is no entertainment factor and this might go against the film. Finally, all those who like revenge dramas with a twist and are okay with the slow pace, give this film a shot but there is nothing new that you will get to watch here.