Naga Chaitanya’s movie has hit the theaters and got a mixed talk. The movie went well in the morning shows on day 1 and is expected to go the same for the entire weekend as well. It has a good fight with the Meda Meeda Abbayi which got a positive talk all over. The movie stars Naga Chaitanya and Lavanya Tripathi in lead roles and has Srikanth playing a pivotal role. Pelli Choopulu fame Vivek Sagar is composer of the music for this movie.
Yuddham Sharanam may be divided into two parts, emotion and action. The first half of the film entirely centers on establishing the characters of the principal players. The bond between Arjun and his family is also established. Rao Ramesh and Revathi do a fabulous job and the roles are a cake walk for them. Lavanya Tripathi as Anjali, Naga Chaitanya’s love interest, looks fresh and cute on screen. But her role is restricted to just that. Sreekanth, in terms of appearance, is entirely convincing as the bad guy.
Naga Chaitanya and Lavanya Tripathi have portrayed never played before roles and they have done justice to their roles excellently. Their performances and the sparkling chemistry between the two are highlights of the movie. Naga Chaitanya as Arjun has given a matured performance. He look handsome throughout the movies. He delivered an electrifying performance. Lavanya Tripati justifies with her role and looks gorgeous. Srikanth Meka as Nayak is terrific. He is so menacing in his role. Rao Ramesh and Revathi are superb as parents of Chaitu. Vinodh Kumar, Raja Ravindra, Kireeti, Priyadarshi and all other actors have done good jobs and it is enjoyable.
Story-line of Yuddham Sharanam is thin. Screenplay is very ordinary. Songs composed by Pellichoopulu fame Vivek Sagar are pleasing to ears and even the picturization is impressive but the problem is with their placement. Background Score disappoint the audiences. Cinematography by Niketh Bommireddy is colorful. Production Values of Vaaraahi Chalana Chitram a is good. Editing by Kripakaran who is also a debutante is quite disappointing. Dialogues are good and situational. Stunts and action sequences are choreographed well.