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“ Yajamana” is scripted and directed by “V Harikrishna” and Pon Kumaran. The producers are Shylaja Nag and “B Suresh.” Harikrishna composed the songs and the BGM. Shreesha Kuduvalli cranked the camera and the editing is by Prakash Karinja. The film stars with Darshan Thoogudeep, Rashmika Mandanna, Tanya Hope, “ Devaraj,” “P Ravishankar,” “Dhananjay,” Thakur Anoop Singh, Sadhu Kokila, Dattatreya and Mandya Ramesh.
Krishna lives in Hulidurga and the town has no intervention of the corporate bodies. A big oil company tries to enter in and install its supremacy strongly. But, Krishna, who is very much strong at his heart does not allow any corporate to dominate the people and stands against the oil magnate. But, the biggie businessman has a lot of influential people in his hand and tries to do what he wishes. Was he able to strengthen his business in Hulidurga? What is Krishna’s next step against the corporate? Watch the film in theaters!
Yajamana is definitely a good treat to Darshan’s fans and they could enjoy the film from the first scene to the climax, as it has ample of Darshan moments. Darshan didn’t disappoint his fans and proved his heroic skills. Thakur Anoop Singh played a stylish villain and he fits in the role, well. Rashmika has no big role to play except romancing Darshan. However, she is good at her part. Similarly, Tanya Hope played her part well. The rest of the cast including Devaraj rendered their support well.
The directors have scripted a majestic role for the lead and Darshan suits the role perfectly. The screenplay is neat and the makers give a good message at the end. Although the heroines didn’t have much to perform, they are not wasted. The music, cinematography and editing are perfect. The songs and the fights are inserted at the right intervals and nothing seems to be forcedly added.
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Yajamana is not only for Darshan fans but for the general audience too. The film speaks a lot about corporate business. Darshan shoulders the film and impresses the viewers. With the engaging screenplay and execution, the directors have given a good film this weekend!
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