Here is Naga Chaitanya’s Yuddham Sharanam Movie Review :
Naga Chaitanya is on a roll. After Premam and Rarandoyi Veduka Chuddam, Chay is riding high in his career. He surprised everyone by teaming up with debut director Krishna who worked for several hit Tamil films as assistant director. Lavanya is cast opposite Chay, making it more interesting. Here is our take on the film.
Arjun (Naga Chaitanya) is a happy-go-lucky guy who gives up his job for his passion – to manufacture a drone that flies high. He falls for Anjali who is the daughter of his father’s friend and so does she.
Arjun’s father (Rao Ramesh) and mother (Revathi) are doctors by profession and good samaritans who help people for a cause. This invites trouble for them with goons. Who creates turbulence in the happy family? And why? What does Nayak (Srikanth) have to do with all this? How are the blasts connected with the family? Who are responsible this?
Chay and Lavanya are very refreshing. The duo’s chemistry is fresh on screen. Rao Ramesh and Revathi are a class apart. They bring the magic on screen and make the film look better.
Srikanth is good as the baddie, Nayak. He is a cut-throat criminal who mercilessly kills people for his selfishness. Raja Ravindra is seen as Babayi in a brief role and he is okay. Murali Sharma is fine as a selfish cop.
Rao Ramesh-Revathi performances
Romance is Chaitu’s forte. He does brilliant love scenes. And yet again, he shines in Yuddham Sharanam where he romances Lavanya. The scenes involving Chay and Lavanya are great.
The film’s first half sets the tone of the film. Initially it appears to be a feel-good family drama, but it transcends into a revenge film. Debutante director Krishna has done a neat job. However, the film’s second half could have been better. Once the objective of the protagonist is revealed, the director should have come up with some intelligent scenes. After a point, it all turns predictable. Yet, the film is good to watch. Camera work is good. Background score is alright.
. However, the film’s second half could have been better. Once the objective of the protagonist is revealed, director should have come up with some intelligent scenes. After a point, it all turns predictable. Yet, the film is good to watch. Camera work is good. Background score is alright.
On the whole, Yuddham Sharanam is a regular revenge saga laced with family sentiment.