Movie: Yuddham Sharanam
Behind the Screens
Naga Chaitanya’s Career so far is disappointing except for occasional hits here and there. The actor is still looking for a career defining hit which will propel himself into the star league. He has pinned all his hopes on his Yuddham Sharanam. Let us see how the movie releasing this Friday fares with the audience.
Yuddham Sharanam is the story of Naga Chaitanya who will be seen in the role of an intelligent maker of drones. He is on a mission of searching his missing parents. In the process, he comes to know about some terrible and unfortunate truths involving some big names. Rest of the story is all about how he saves his family fighting the baddies.
Naga Chaitanya is an apt fit for the role and he performed alright. Lavanya Tripathi is adequate while Srikanth brings in a strong impact in his negative avatar. But then, the director under-utilized him with limited screen space. The supporting cast includes big names like Murali Sharma, Rao Ramesh, Revathi and others who did fine.
Naga Chaitanya had chosen yet another Action Thriller. Movie’s content looks very promising but the director failed to deliver. He tried to make a mixture of Romance, Action, Thriller and Family Drama but ended up making it a routine Kichidi with too much of melodrama and tragedy. The first half of the film gives us an okay feel but the second half test the patience of the audience by boring them. The movie also has an abrupt ending. Except for some interesting episodes here and there, there is nothing great about it.
Yuddham Sharanam has High Technical Values. David R Nathan wrote the story while the director Krishna handled the screenplay with Abburi Ravi writing the dialogues. The writing and narration are disappointing. The music composed by Vivek Sagar lacks a peppy number and the background score is ordinary. The camera work by Niketh is cool and most of the film runs in Night Mode. Editing is Good while the action is realistic.
Promising But Fails to Deliver