Yashoda Movie Synopsis:
Yashoda, starring Samantha in the lead role, is the latest Telugu film releasing today in theatres. The film is female-centric, focusing on the concept of surrogacy and its dark secrets, as it is known from the trailer and other promotional material. They are quite impressive and made the audience root for the film. The audience are very satisfied with the content of the film in theatres today, particularly with the performance of Samantha. Here is a detailed review of Samantha’s Yashoda.
Yashoda Movie Details:
Cast – Samantha, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Unni Mukundan, Rao Ramesh, Murali Sharma, Sampath Raj, and Others
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Writer and Director – Hari and Harish
Production Company – Sridevi Movies
Music Director – Mani Sharma
Yashoda Movie Story:
Yashoda (Samantha) decides to be a surrogate mother in need of some money. Yashoda enters a surrogacy facility, Eva, where she meets a number of other surrogate women. However, Samantha finds that there is some dark mystery going on behind Eva and starts investigating it. Samantha tries to escape from Eva soon after knowing the dark truth, but she is apprehended by them. The rest of the film’s narrative centres on how Yashoda fights, reveals the dark secrets of surrogacy to the world and saves herself and the other surrogate mothers in Eva.
Samantha, as Yashoda, a surrogate mother, is exceptional in her role. Her innocence in the first half and her intensity in the second half give the audience a two-toned performance on screen. Samantha is the centre of attention for the entire film. Samantha’s acting excellence in the action sequences deserves special mention. She is intense, focused, striking, and what not. Yashoda is Samantha’s show.
Varalaxmi Sarathkumar as Dr. Madhu is quite impressive. The flashback episode in particular is her best work.
All the other actors are well-suited for their respective characters. The casting choice is very good, and the duo of Hari and Harish needs to be applauded for that.
Hari and Harish came up with a simple but much-needed story for the current generation. Their decision to showcase the concept of surrogacy is commendable, and their efforts to reveal the dark secrets are simply brilliant. The screenplay and direction are also attractive. The timely and right placement of the major twist in the film is its exciting and rooting element. The emotions and actions are placed in proper proportions by the duo.
The first half of the film sets up the world of Yashoda for most of the time until the pre-interval portion. The murder mystery and investigation are really exciting throughout the first part, making this a watchable crime drama. The episodes of Samantha’s introduction, surrogacy, and the rest of the facility are worth watching. Then it suddenly shifts to the thrilling zone, promising a solid subject for the second half. The mafia behind the surrogacy provides a perfect interval bang for the film. The second half has a solid flashback of Varalaxmi Sarathkumar. The twists are quite exciting and interesting. The dark surrogacy business is highlighted so perfectly, and the presentation needs appreciation. Then the film again takes another shift in genre, this time into some action and drama, where Samantha shines completely with her skills.
The production values are very good. Eva‘s set up in the film is very unique. Cinematography is one more technical department that needs to be noted and applauded.
Mani Sharma’s background score added a lot of weight to the film. It carried the feel of the subject throughout the runtime.
Yashoda is a striking thriller featuring Hari and Harish’s sincere efforts. Samantha is at her best, summing up all her skills for the film. If you are in for some thrills and action, then Yashoda is absolutely for you.