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Friday, 8 September 2017

Movie Review On Yuddham Sharanam




Movie Review On Yuddham Sharanam

Here is Naga Chaitanya's Yuddham Sharanam Movie Review:

Naga Chaitanya is on a roll. After Premam and Rarandoyi Veduka Chuddam, Chay occupies an important place in his career. He surprised everyone by teaming up with Krishna debut director who worked for several Tamil films as assistant director. Lavanya is thrown in front of Chay, which makes it more interesting. Here is our shot of the film.

Story:

Arjun (Naga Chaitanya) is a happy man who abandons his work for his passion - to make a drone that flies high. He falls for Anjali who is the daughter of his father's friend, just like her.

Arjun's father (Rao Ramesh) and mother (Revathi) are professional doctors and good Samaritans who help people for a cause. That puts them in trouble with killers. Who creates turbulence in the happy family? And why? What does Nayak (Srikanth) have to do with all this? How are explosions related to the family? Who is responsible for it?

Performances:

Chay and Lavanya are very refreshing. The chemistry of the duo is fresh on the screen. Rao Ramesh and Revathi are a class apart. They bring magic to the screen and make the film better.

Srikanth is good like the baddy, Nayak. He is a criminal with a covered tip that mercilessly kills people for his selfishness. Raja Ravindra is considered Babayi in a brief role and he agrees. Murali Sharma is good as a selfish cop.


Analysis:

Romance is the fort of Chaitu. He makes brilliant scenes of love. And again, he shines at Yuddham Sharanam where he novel Lavanya. The scenes involving Chay and Lavanya are superb.

The first half of the film sets the tone of the film. At first it seems to be a nice family drama, but it transcends a film of vengeance. The director of Debutante Krishna has done a neat job. However, the second half of the film could have been better. Once the protagonist's goal is revealed, the director should have invented intelligent scenes. After a certain point, everything becomes predictable. Yet the film is good to watch. The work of the camera is good. The background score is correct.

However, the second half of the film could have been better. Once the protagonist's goal is revealed, the director should have invented intelligent scenes. After a certain point, everything becomes predictable. Yet the film is good to watch. The work of the camera is good. The background score is correct.

On the whole, Yuddham Sharanam is a usual revenge saga with the

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