Yuddham Sharanam Cast: Naga Chaitanya, Lavanya Tripathi, Srikanth
Music Director: Vivek Sagar
Director: Krishna Marimuthu
Producer: Sai Korrapati, Rajani Korrapati
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.
The main plot of the film is old. Naga Chaitanya (Arjun) and his parents, Rao Ramesh and Revathi lead a very happy and simple life with the small family. The twist in the tale arises when Arjun’s parents witness a murder which is planned by a dreaded criminal called Nayak(Srikanth). The plot gets worse when the Nayak makes a counter attack and kills them brutally. Rest of the story is as to how a young Arjun handles his family and takes his revenge
Yuddham Sharanam Positive Points:
– Technical values
– Unexciting plot
– Boring narrative
The film’s setup is strikingly similar to Naga Chaitanya’s Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo. The main plot of the movie is predictable and many of are yawning while watching. An ordinary guy taking on hardcore criminals is a very common plot. Films like these need a slick narrative, intelligent scenes, and engaging screenplay. Yuddham Sharanam hasn’t got any of those traits. The plots that are used by the main protagonist were really boring and down standard. There is so much confusion in the screenplay which makes the climax a clumsy affair. Even Chaitanya and Srikanth’s confrontation didn’t work. The decision of presenting the action part in realistic fashion backfired as it only slowed down the screenplay further.
On the whole, Naga Chaitanya’s Yuddham Sharanam is the same story which is not at all interesting The slow paced narration, clumsy writing and weak characters make you look for the nearest exit. It is a total dud from Naga Chaitanya and co.