Naga Chaitanya`s Yuddham Sharanam has finally hit the theaters on 8th September on Friday. The movie has received a good mouth talk probably a mixed talk we can say. It has got a good competitor with Allari Naresh movie Meda Meeda Abbayi. Chay`s Yuddham Sharanam has got a positive talk and good reviews for critics. The movie is directed by Krishna Marimuttu who is a debutant, produced by Sai Korrapati on Varahi Chalana Chitram banner.
Yuddham Sharanam collected Rs 4 crore gross at the worldwide box office on the first day. The movie failed to beat the opening day records of Naga Chaitanya’s Premam and Rarandoi Veduka Chrooddam, which grossed Rs 5.7 crore and Rs 6.9 crore, respectively, in the global market. Yuddham Sharanam received a mixed response and maximum film goers were impressed with it. The word of mouth was expected to boost its collection in the following days. But it did not happen, as the film has witnessed around 50 per cent dip in its business on Saturday.
Yuddham Sharanam is estimated to have collected over Rs 2 crore gross at the worldwide box office on Saturday, taking its two-day total collection to Rs 6 crore gross. The movie is estimated to have earned Rs 3.50 crore for its global distributors in two days. The distributors have shelled out a hefty sum of Rs 20 crore on its worldwide theatrical rights. Yuddham Sharanam was expected to recover around 60 per cent of their investments in its first weekend to become a hit venture.
Yuddham Sharanam may be bracketed 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. But unfortunately, the role lacks in depth and ultimately disappoints, not giving him scope to perform.