Naga Chaitanya's action thriller Yuddham Sharanam hit the theatres today. Like most other Telugu action films, Yuddham Sharanam too is an action packed gangster flick where a young man takes on the bad world fighting all odds.
Naga Chaitanya’s action thriller Yuddham Sharanam hit the theatres today. Like most other Telugu action films, Yuddham Sharanam too is an action packed gangster flick where a young man takes on the bad world fighting all odds. One thing that stands out about Naga Chaitanya’s Yuddham Sharanam is that it differs from many other stereotype action flicks which only stress on the fighting sequences. Krishna Marimuthu debuted as a director with this new action movie and it must be accepted that he has strong imprints of renowned filmmakers presentation according to Indian Express.
The film focuses on a bomb blast which takes place in Hyderabad which shatters the life of Arjun and his family. The bomb blast is staged by a criminal named Nayak,which was to please his political masters. The movie shows Arjun’s life is dedicated to building a drone whereas his parents, doctors by profession help the needy with medical services. The way director tries to convince his audience that Arjun’s invention will be the pinnacle of drone engineering is a little bizarre though. Yuddham Sharanam lacks surprising elements and fails to take the movie to a different level that is expected.
Though the movie revolves around the same plot line, the character make for an engaging tale. The movie scores on the charming performances by the cast for which Krishna should be commended for extracting the best out of the actors. The first half the movie is an amalgamation of both heart warming and thrilling sequences but the second half is more action packed and renders a certain pleasure when Arjun ruins the underworld empire of criminal Nayak. According to Manoj Kumar’s review in Indian Express, ” The entire film rests on Chaitanya’s character but his performance falls short. He comes up short on conveying the tension and emotional trauma he has been suffering from his loss through his performance. He has a lot to work on.”