Here is the Yaman Movie Review:
Known for films like “Bichagadu” and “Betaludu” Vijay Anthony is back with “Yaman.” Unlike his last film, this is a political thriller and this is what made it more interesting.
Ashok Chakravarthy (Vijay Anthony,) son of Devarakonda Gandhi, Vijay Anthony in a double role, wants to become an MLA to bring ‘change’ to the system. Also an unfulfilled dream of his slain father, who himself wanted to become an MLA but was killed by his political rivals (Pandu.) After his father’s death, Ashok’s mother commits suicide and Vijay moves to Hyderabad along with his grandfather.
Due to financial needs, Ashok agrees to go to jail on behalf of someone else. Thus he gets in between two groups – one leaded by Samba and other headed by Narasimha. Samba vows to take revenge against Ashok and colludes with Narasimha to clear him. After wiping out both groups with the support of the opposition party leader Karunakar (Thiagarajan,) Ashok gets stronger. Karunakar sends Ashok to minister Pandu for some work. Pandu gets a shocker as Ashok’s strikingly resembles to his father Gandhi. Pandhu joins Samba and wants to assassinate Ashok.
How Ashok defeats all his adversaries and goes onto achieve his goal forms the crux of the story.
Vijay Anthony is at it again. As both Gandhi and Ashok, he shines. He carries off the film on his shoulders. Mia George and Thiagarajan too deliver fine performances. All other cast too did a splendid job. “Yaman” has flawless performances that make the movie watchable.
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