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Yajamana

Movie: Yajamana
Cast: Vishnuvardhan, Shashi Kumar, Prema, Pavitra Lokesh, Ramesh Bhat and others,
Direction: Vikraman
Music: Rajesh Ramnath.

 

As the title suggests Yajamana is not on leadership or dictatorship. It is a movie on the responsibility of the elder brother to hold the family as a single unit.

The elder brother Shankar (Vishnuvardhan) of the family sacrifices even his self-interest and remains unmarried to educate his younger brothers. Father of the girl who is in love with elder brother (Vishnuvardhan) challenges his

attempts. Ultimately how he comes out successful makes the rest of the movie. This heavily story-laden movie is filled with family sentiments. Sometimes they even look highly dramatic and unrealistic.

        

Vishnuvardhan’s performance is worthy of praise. He has got ample scope in this to show his ability to act as both a dignified elder brother and a happy-to-lucky younger brother, Ganesha. He has justified both the roles. Shashi Kumar although is talented, does not look so glamorous. Prema and Pavitra Lokesh also have performed well. Ramesh Bhat and Tennis Krishna come to lighten the mood of the audience by giving comical relief. Music by Rajesh Ramnath is good.
    
Director Vikraman has not taken much strain, as it is a remake of ‘Vaanatai Pola’ (Tamil) with very few changes. On the whole, it is a movie with a message. It drives home the moral that it is not the money and selfishness that should lead us, it is the love and affection and respect for

each other that should lead us. This is the key to a happy and united family.

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