Yashoda starring Samantha Ruth Prabhu is an action thriller Telegu Film that talks about the atrocities of surrogacy. The film has been premiered globally on the 11th of November. Yashoda is also available in Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi.
Released on the 11th of November, Yashoda is a promising action thriller directed by Hari – Harish and produced by Sivalenka Krishna Prasad.
The film stars Samantha, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Unni Mukundan, Rao Ramesh, Murali Sharma, Sampath Raj, Shatru, Madhurima, Kalpika Ganesh, Divya Sripada, Priyanka Sharma, and others. M. Sukumar did the cinematography and was edited by K. Venkatesh. Mani Sharma gave the music.
The film unravels the secrets of a medical mafia. Yashoda, played by Samantha is a poor girl who became a surrogate mother for a surrogate center called Eva. The center is owned by Madhu, played by Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar.
Things start well for Yashoda in the beginning, but one incident raises suspicion in her mind. Something is not quite right. Curious Yashoda then takes it upon herself to find out the truth. The truth reveals an ugly reality of the surrogacy center: the surrogacy mafia.
How will she unravel the truth? What will follow after she knows the truth?
The later part of the movie answers these questions.
The makers of ‘Yashoda’ claim it to be the biggest pan-India female-centric movie ever made in India.
The film is definitely worth the hype. Set up in the backdrop of a Telegu surrogacy center, the film looks authentic. The narrative of the film is smooth, engaging, and, crisp. ‘Yashoda’ has undeniably succeeded to capture the attention of the audience.
Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar is evidently getting better with each film. As the head of the surrogacy center, she has done her part skillfully. The flashback scene in the second half of the film with Rao Ramesh is very good.
The film has made an impact. Samantha undoubtedly did a great job. It is the first time Samantha played the role of a character like Yashoda. And owned the part. She had effortlessly managed the pregnant setup and the action part.
Part one of the film is very interesting but falls flat in the scenes after Yashoda reaches the center. In part two, the surrogacy scam is revealed. And the back story of the antagonist has not been shown clearly.
Overall the cast did a great job of squeezing every ounce of emotions into this film. The fight scenes are intense and intriguing.
The songs and music of the film stuck to the theme and therefore enhanced the film. Music director Mani Sharma did a brilliant task. The BGM created a strong impact on the film, making this film a must-watch.
Fans who had watched the FDFS of this film are already sharing their reviews on Twitter.
Yashoda Twitter Review
Netizens are thrilled by Yashodha. The response thus received is thunderous.