Balakrishna Jai Simha Review : Balayya Again Roaring

Release date: January 12, 2018

Starring: Nandamuri Balakrishna, Nayanthara, Natasha Doshi, Hariprriya

Director: K. S. Ravikumar

Producer: C. Kalyan

Music Director: Chirantan Bhatt

Cinematographer: C. Ram Prasad

Editor: Praveen Antony

Story Plot: The set against the backdrop of Rayalaseema politics. Balakrishna has played a dual role in the film.Balayya is seen in an intense and mass avatar and his chemistry with Nayantara seems to be quite good too. The film marks third-time collaboration of Balakrishna and Nayantara, who had previously worked together in ‘Simhaa’ and ‘Sri Rama Rajyam’.

The Movie loaded with the high-octane action scene, punch dialogues and romance between Nayantara and NBK.The film also features Brahmanandam, Ashutosh Rana, Murali Mohan and Jayaprakashin pivotal roles.

Analysis: Film Jai Simha Story deals with revenge saga, which is quite predictable. It deals with a routine love story and it captures all sections of the audience. And Film is Package of Some mass dialogues, comedy and emotional sequences keep the viewers engaged and entertained throughout the movie.

Performance: Balakrishna has delivered awesome performance. Female Lead Nayanthara has done justice to her role and her chemistry with NBK On Screen Worked Well. Natasha Doshi and Hariprriya lack much scope but did a decent job. Prakash Raj, Ashutosh Rana, Brahmanandam, Murali Mohan and Jaya Prakash Reddy have also performed well, say the viewers.

Nayantara looked good. But she is limited to a sober avatar in many scenes. Hari Priya was seen in flashback as Balakrishna wife. Her screen space was limited and she used her chance to lit the screen.Natasha is just there for ‘Amma Kutti Song’! Prakash Raj was brief as Nayanatara Father.Brahamanandam and others comedy reminds one of 90’s family drama’s outdated comedy.

Technical: Jai Simha film has good production values. Chirantan Bhatt’s music, Ram-Lakshman’s action, C Ram Prasad’s cinematography and M Ratnam’s dialogues are attractions on the technical front, say the filmgoers.

Positives :

Racy screenplay by KS Ravikumar

Balakrishna’s energetic dance in “ Amma Kutti “ song

Chirantan Bhatt background score is too good in action episodes Brahmins scene, Dharna scene, and Interval dialogues

Negatives: Comedy is not that good Balayya looks in first half Except Nayanatara, other two heroines are poor Nothing in offer for class audience 90’s style sacrifice in second half

Verdict: A good Family entertainer film from KS Ravikumar. Balayya’s action is worth watching. it’s a Good Hit for Balayya for this Pongal. 3.5/5

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