Review: Yuddham Sharanam
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Producer: Sai Korrapati, Rajani Korrapati

Director: Krishna Marimuthu

Music: Vivek Sagar

Casting: Naga Chaitanya, Lavanya Tripathi, Srikanth,Rao Ramesh, Revathi, Murali Sharma, Priyadarshi, Ravi Varma and others

Rating: 2.25/5.0


Arjun (Naga Chaitanya) a tech savvy guy who has a fascination for drones has a lovely family with doctor parents Seetha (Revathi) and Murali (Rao Ramesh) and two loving sisters. He gets attracted to a beautiful girl Anjali(Lavanya Tripathi).

However his life takes a shocking turn when his parents celebrating 30th wedding anniversary goes missing and bomb blasts rock the city even as protests happen over a land scam involving a minister (Vinod Kumar).

NIA officer JD Shastri (Murali Sharma) steps in to carry out the investigation. To find out more about the mystery behind all these incidents, watch Yuddham Sharanam on silver screen.


Naga Chaitanya worked hard to perform the role accordingly. He put in lot of effort and it is visible on screen. He is ok in his role as a caring son, lover and tried to show expressions accordingly. For all his efforts, one still feels that he should work hard to show intensity in his expressions to make powerful impact. Those who watch the film feel that Naga Chaitanya should refrain himself from doing action entertainers as his forte is romantic entertainers.

Lavanya Tripati is attractive but got limited role and nothing much to perform. Rao Ramesh and Revathi performed well as a caring and doting parents of Naga Chaitanya. They should good expressions and emotions but at times they over did themselves. Srikanth played the negative role but he did not get the powerful role and passed through the motions.

Murali Sharma played the role of a NIA officer quite well. Others like Priyadarshi, Ravi Varma performed their roles accordingly.


Vivek Sagar's music has nothing to brag about. Couple of songs are situational and they do not make any impact. Background score is just average and failed to elevate the scenes. Niketh Bommireddy's cinematography is ok but most of the scenes are shot in night effect and so it will trouble the eyes of the viewers.

Kripakaran's editing left lot to be desired. He should have done away with many drags and fastened the pace of the film. Production values are good.

Plus Points

Interesting plot

Naga Chaitanya

Few twists

Minus Points

Story, Screenplay, Direction


Slow pace

Lack of commercial elements

Lack of entertainment

Music, Background score


Krishna Marimuthu tried to show Naga Chaitanya in completely different role. He selected an interesting plot and starts off in a good manner. However as the film progresses, he loses plot and drags the film and ends up testing the patience of the viewers.

After promising a lot, he ended up coming with a routine revenge drama with very less romantic flavour in it which affected the film's performance. Right from the start to end, film dragged and with director failing to elevate the heroism, villainism on screen and also the romantic angle and family elements powerfully, the film ended up as a below average entertainer.

Film lacked commercial elements, entertainment and Krishna Marimuttu disappointed with his story, screenplay and direction.

Final Talk

Yuddham Sharanam makes movie lovers cry for mercy.

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