Yashoda movie review: Samantha has been in the lead in her latest projects. Samantha has gone from strength to strength when it comes to her performance. With Yashoda, there are many novelties. The story revolves around Yashoda, who is three months pregnant and is told that her baby is growing up in a millionaire’s house. Samantha chose to be a surrogate mother to help her sister Brinda. Yashoda is taken to Madhu’s (Varalaxmi Sarathkumar) clinic. Yashoda tries to gain everyone’s trust, but she also realizes something is wrong. Yashoda tries to find out about the establishment and she gets a little closer to the truth. What will Madhu do? Does her doctor Gautham (Unni Mukundan) support her in crime? Watch Yashoda to find out.
The film has a solid but less impactful story
Director Hari and Harish put the solid work in Yashoda as the story is also solid. Along with surrogacy and the use of cosmetics are the subplots. The scenario shows several twists but these twists do not arise well and that is why it is the least impactful. The directors used Samantha’s attitude and acting to fill in the emotions and seriousness. Chances are the audience will lose interest in the film. When Yashoda tries to uncover the secrets. A group of police officers propose to investigate the murder of a fashion model.
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Samantha carries the weight of history on her shoulders because she is in the lead. She is convincing in her character and she has also done some action stunts. She has gone out of her way to rock the story as the story revolves around her. Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar is an excellent choice for the role of “beautiful devil”. Unni Mukundan is ideal as the doctor in the film.
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