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Yashoda Movie Review | Samantha, Varalaxmi | Mani Sharma | Hari – Harish | Telugu Movies: Star heroine Samantha’s latest film ‘Yashoda’ was released on Friday. In the first half of this year, the Tamil film ‘Kanmani Rambo Khatija’ starring Samantha was a flop. With that, everyone’s attention fell on this lady-oriented movie ‘Yashoda’. Samantha, who gained recognition across the country with the web series ‘Family Man 2’, is interested in this project as this is the first pan-India movie. Introducing Hari and Harish as directors, let’s find out how ‘Yashoda’ was produced by senior producer Shivalenka Krishna Prasad.

The number of couples having children through surrogacy is in crores worldwide today. Millionaires and celebrities are at the top! Some choose the surrogacy route due to health reasons, others to not spoil their beauty. In this order, women are coming forward to rent their wombs. Others are getting children by making a pre-contract with such people. But this whole thread which should be done in a humanitarian sense has now turned into a big business. Surrogacy is a surrogate pregnancy for which women come forward due to financial need. So Samantha agrees to rent her womb. Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar’s Eva Center is undergoing treatment for her. Dr. Unni Mukundan, who is there, monitors the health of the surrogate mothers. The picture is… women who have agreed to surrogacy go undetected after months. What happened to all of them? Who and what kind of business are they doing with their born or unborn children? It is a big mystery! When a Hollywood actress who came to India from abroad dies, the string will move and the detour will come out. Yashoda’s (Samantha) role in uncovering who is behind this cosmetic mafia is a must-see on the silver screen!

Rating : 3 / 5

  • MAIN CAST: Samantha, Unni Mukundan, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Rao Ramesh, Shatru, Murali Sharma, Sampath Raj, Divya Sripada, Kalpika Ganesh, Madhurima, Rajiv Kumar Aneja
  • DIRECTOR: Hari and Hareesh
  • MUSIC: Manisarma
  • PRODUCER: Sivalenka krisna prasad

There have been many movies in the past on the background of the medical mafia. But this is a movie about the cosmetic mafia. This thriller movie is a big plot of a con man who joined hands with a politician and a scientist. “Yashoda” has been dealing with such things as the manufacturing and marketing of booster doses to preserve youth, making money through it, choosing the wrong ways, and behaving inhumanely for that. The movie was interesting from the beginning to the end with various twists and turns. Are there people like this? Do you also do similar businesses? Even if there is doubt on many occasions, those who watch and read news channels and foreign news daily get the belief that such cosmetic rackets are definitely there. Another thing is that from the beginning of this movie, the makers have given the audience the feeling that this is a surrogacy movie. But beyond that, a medical and cosmetic mafia is shown in this. It gives a thrilling experience to the theater audience.

When it comes to actors… Samantha proved with ‘Yashoda’ that she can carry a strong story on her shoulders and carry it forward successfully. Samantha, who mesmerized the masses with an item song in last year’s ‘Pushpa’, is now the heroine of an action thriller movie. This is completely different from the lady-oriented movies that Samantha has acted in so far. The feeling that she is in perfect health during the shooting of this movie is understandable if you watch the action sequence. Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar played the most important role in the movie. Because she has done some of these roles in the past… the audience will easily identify her in that character. However, Unni Mukundan is the character that makes the audience a bit surprised. This is a completely different role from the three Telugu films he has acted in the past. Rao Ramesh, Shatru, Sampath Raj, Murali Sharma, Kalpika Ganesh, Divya Spanda, etc. played the other lead roles effectively. Cinematography by M. Sukumar along with background music by Mani Sharma elevates the scenes. The dialogues written by Pulagam Chinnarayana and Challa Bhagyalakshmi are meaningful. The director duo Hari and Harish have good clarity on the story, even though they run the story in flashbacks, the confusion is nowhere to be felt by the audience. Not only Samantha fans…thriller genre lovers will also like ‘Yashoda’.

Plus Points:
selected point
Samantha acting
background music
Construction values

Minus Points:
A slow first half

Songs that interfere with the story

Rating: 3/5

Tag line: Cosmetic Mafia!


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