Jai Simha Review, Balakrishna Jai Simha Movie Review

Critic Rating:  (2.5/5)

Movie Name Jai Simha
Movie Rating 2.5/5
Movie Cast Nandamuri Balakrishna, Nayantara, Hari Priya, Natasha Doshi, Jagapthi Babu
Director K. S. Ravikumar
Music Director Chirantan Bhatt
Production Company C. K. Entertainments Banner
Release Date January 12, 2017

There are a very few stars who release their movies, one or two a year. Young heroes are trying their best to release a movie except for Nani, who releases two or three a year. Coming to star legends in senior bundle, there is nobody as quick a Bala Krishna and nobody discharge a film at his pace. We have seen Balayya on screen in September a year ago and we are again seeing his discharge in theaters inside only 5 months. It’s mind boggling pace of making motion pictures. He is currently accompanying a film for the sake of “Jai Simha” which is coordinated by KS Ravi Kumar who is making a Telugu motion picture after quite a while and it is being created by C Kalyan of CK Entertainments which additionally stars Nayanathara and Hari Priya. Lets perceive how Balayya attempted to reward this Sankranti season.

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Story

Narasimha (Bala Krishna Nandamuri) along with his new born son changes places for the sake of his son when he sense any kind of violence or even the small ones. He changes and changes and finally settle down in Kumbakonam of Tamil Nadu, where he join as a driver for Murali Krishna (Murali Mohan). He is dealt with well by them as he is great in nature and for his delicate nature. He includes in little issues with neighborhood ASP and a nearby goon. One day when he is going to leave Kumbakonam, his child is captured by the neighborhood goon and he saves his child with a substantial battle arrangement. When he is leaving with his child, ASP comes and express gratitude toward Narasimha for sparing his child, who is really resemble the other alike of Narasimha’s child. At that point enters Gowri (Nayanathara) and cautions him to avoid her youngster. Who is Narasimha? What is his story? How is Gowri identified with him?

Cast and performance

Bala Krishna Nandamuri as Narasimha is superb. He excelled in his dialogues, action sequences and emotional sequences. His energy levels in Amma Kutty song are unmatchable by any hero of his generation or present generation. He is a delight for his fans in this movie. Hari Priya is fine in her role and she looks good. Nayanathara as Gowri is superb and she lived upto the hype and she is gorgeous. Murali Mohan and Brahmanandam are good. Ashutosh Rana and Kalakeya Prabhakar are nice. Prakash Raj is fine in a pivotal role. All other actors did a fine job according to their roles.

Writing Department

Story of Jai Simha is routine and screenplay is fine. Dialogues are good.

Technical Departments

Songs composed by Chiranthan Bhatt are good and they click well with masses. Background score is also good. Cinematography by C Ram Prasad is nice. Editing could have been better to make the movie more racy. Stunts and action sequences are good in exclusive Balayya style. They are treat for Balayya fans and production values of CK entertainments are good.

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Highlights

Nandamuri Bala Krishna
Amma Kutty song
Few action sequences

Minus

Pale comedy scenes

Verdict

Jai Simha is an account of a person who goes to any degree for equity. When he is that way, his family gets included with it and to spare them from opponents he leaves his rowdyism and leaves the city for his family and his new conceived tyke. Executive KS Ravi Kumar completed an alright activity in taking care of this film. The satire arrangements including Brahmanandham doesn’t engage by any stretch of the imagination. Indeed, they go about as speed breakers. Executive depended most on the family groupings and they function admirably with family gathering of people. Nandamuri Bala Krishna who is the lead on-screen character of this motion picture did everything to fulfill his fans yet comic drama arrangements assumes the negative part. To total up, Jai Simha is a family dramatization from NBK and K S Ravi Kumar blend.

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