The biggest female-led pan-Indian theatrical film, "Yashoda," starring Samantha Ruth Prabhu, has generated a lot of buzzes, and the movie's producers are doing everything in their power to raise anticipation for the trailer, which will be unveiled across the country with some of the biggest names in the Indian entertainment industry.
As promised, the makers dropped the trailer on October 27 at 5:36 PM. A trailer for the Samantha-starring film Yashoda shows South's biggest star serving as the surrogate mother in it. The lives of surrogate moms who are held in a centre is where the action-thriller starts. But appearances can be misleading. Later, Samantha feels something about the surrogate mothers and the facility where they are housed. Samantha is seen in the trailer executing intense action scenes.
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She is shown as a strong mother, like the mother of Lord Krishna. That is why the film has been given the title ‘Yashoda’. Samantha is seen in a high-octane action avatar, but at one point she is also seen crying and holding her baby bump. The trailer will surely engage you.
Moreover, in one of the interviews, Hari-Harish the director of the movie, said, “The backdrop of the story is about a crime which is happening without the knowledge of anyone in the society. The crime which we are showing is based on a true incident but we have added some psychological thriller flavour to it. It is about a crime that is confronted by a normal girl when she learns about it. How she exposes is the plot".
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Coming to the credits and details of the film, it is all set to be released in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi on November 11. Yashoda is produced by Sivalenka Krishna Prasad's prestigious Sridevi Movies Production No. 14, whereas Hari and Harish are directing this film.
Take a look at the trailer for Yashoda, in case you missed it: