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Yashoda movie review : Falls a bit in parts

Starring : Samantha, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Unni Mukundan, Rao Ramesh, Murali Sharma, Sampath Raj, Shatru, Madhurima, Kalpika Ganesh, Divya Srpada, Priyanka Sharma and others

Directors : Hari Harish

Producer : Sivalenka Krishna Prasad

Music Director : Mani Sharma

Cinematography : M. Sukumar

Editor : Marthand K. Venkatesh

After getting well with her health, Samantha hoped the film will enthrall the audience and posted a note on social media, ahead of the film’s release. So, it’s the time to know whether the film really impressed the audience or not, through our review. 

Story :

Samantha, who played as Yashoda is a poor girl who agrees to become a surrogate mother. She is taken to Eva, a surrogacy centre owned by Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, who played as Madhu. Initially, all things go well around Yashoda but one minute incident creates a doubt in her mind. She then takes it upon herself to find out the truth behind the surrogacy mafia. How she fights being a pregnant woman, showcases the remaining plot.

Review :

The director duo Hari-Harish has brought up the concept well and their narration is riveting right from the beginning. The first half goes in a decent manner. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Unni Mukundan and all other supporting actors did their best. Madhu’s flashback with Rao Ramesh in the second half is projected well. When samantha comes to know the actual surrogacy scam, is the sequence that became the central point of the film. But the makers have missed in delivering logics and twists during some scenes. Some scenes related to ragging and details of the centre are shown for no reason. There is also a lack of emotion in the case of Varalaxmi Sarathkumar turning into a certain manner could have been framed in a better way.

Technical Aspects :

The production values of the film are outstanding and both the music and BGM rendered by Manisharma is up to the mark. But when it comes to the surrogacy centre, it is projected on a dull note due to lack of a perfect screenplay. First half falls a bit slow, while the second half became the highlight of the film. Cinematography done by M. Sukumar is nice. And editing is as usual the better one.

Plus Points :

*Story

*Samantha

*Narration

*Music, BGM

Minus Points :

*First half

*Lack of twists and logics

*Screenplay

*Emotions

Overall Review :

On the whole, the movie lacks in some parts like logics, twists and emotions. But Samantha gave her life and soul to the film as a pregnant woman. The way she manages the pregnancy set up is spell bounding.

Rating : 2.75/5

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