Jai Simha Review & Rating|
Nandamuri Balakrishna is known for delivering super hits for Sankranthi season and he has scored some of his career biggest hits like Narasimha Naidu, Gautamiputra Satakarni etc during this season. This time he has come up with Jai Simha which is touted to be a commercial entertainer with lots of action scenes and powerful dialogues. The movie marks the 3rd collaboration of Balakrishna with Nayantara who appeared in films like Simha and Sri Rama Rajyam. Balakrishna is in top form these days with back to back films and doing different roles like Satakarni and Theda Singh. With Jai Simha, he seems to be back to his comfort zone of mass roles where he will be trashing goons and uttering powerful punch dialogues. The trailers hinted that Jai Simha is going to be a treat for his fans and the mass audience. Will Jai Simha reach the expectations they have? Let's find out in our Jai Simha review below:
Balakrishna is introduced as Narasimha who moves to Kumbakonam and starts working as a driver. But he faces some issues from a corrupt local cop. The story picks up when Gauri (played by Nayantara) is introduced. How is Gauri related to Narasimha, what is his motive behind moving to Kumbakonam forms the rest of the story.
The biggest positive factor about Jai Simha is Balakrishna. His energy levels are superb and his dance moves in the song Amma Kutty are a treat to watch for his fans and the mass audience. He is the show stealer in this flick as he manages to hold the film together with his powerful performance. As one expects from a Balakrishna's movie, there are dozens of punch dialogues and heavy duty action sequences. Apart from action and dance sequences, Balayya does a great job in sentimental scenes as well. His performance during the climax proves why he is one of the top actors of Tollywood. Nayantara gets a good role and she performs her role superbly. As always, her chemistry with Balakrishna is superb. Brahmanandam gets good screen time during the first half of the film and his comedy scenes work well. Prakash Raj, Murali Mohan, and other supporting cast were okay.
Music by Chiranthan Bhatt is decent but his background score elevated the film to an extent. Production values by C Kalyan and team are mediocre and so was the editing by Praveen Anthony. Ram Prasad, the cinematographer of the film manages to capture the beautiful locales of Dubai brilliantly. Coming to KS Ravikumar he chooses an age-old story and tries to churn out a commercial entertainer using the strengths of Balakrishna. He fails miserably for the most part of the film. He has dealt some scenes like the Temple scene, climax etc. brilliantly but fails to add many such moments in the film. Rather he chooses lame comedy scenes and unnecessary fight sequences which work against the film.
The first half of the film moves at a decent pace with some really cool dance moves from Balakrishna and a few comedy scenes featuring Brahmanandam. The temple scene and interval scene are shot perfectly and are sure to impress the masses. Right after the interval, the pace drops as the KS Ravikumar fails to generate any interest among the viewers. But the climax has been dealt superbly with some good performance from Balakrishna. The emotional aspect in the climax will surely connect to the family audience.
Verdict: Routine Commercial Entertainer With Good Performance From Balakrishna.
Jai Simha Critic Reviews
Jai Simha User Reviews
logic less movie , worst background music
it's Avery very boring this film
Nandamuri Balakrishna teamed up with one of the top directors of South cinema, K.S. Ravikumar for a mass action entertainer. The producer of the film C. Kalyan has promoted the film aggressively by releasing song promos and multiple trailers which created a decent buzz for the movie. Jai Simha managed to get permissions for benefit shows in both the Telugu states and as the first half comes to an end, the movie is getting a decent response from the audience. See the latest Tweets about Jai Simha below.
With the benefit and special shows coming to an end, Jai Simha is getting a decent response from the audience and fans. Describing the film as a mass entertainer, the audience are praising the energy levels of Nandamuri Balakrishna and the background score of Chiranthan Bhatt. See the latest Tweets on Jai Simha below.
By the end of the day, Jai Simha has settled down with a mixed response from the critics. Balakrishna's presence and some well-written episodes seem to be the positive factors in this otherwise routine commercial entertainer. Nayantara seems to be at her best in this film as well. Check out few more Tweets on Jai Simha.
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What Is Jai Simha about?
Jai Simha is a Telugu film starring Nandamuri Balakrishna in the lead role and is directed by Tamil director KS Ravi Kumar. The film pairs up Balakrishna and Nayanthara after the super hit film Simha and also stars Hariprriya and Natasha Doshi in roles that are crucial to the story of the film. C Ram Prasad has taken care of the cinematography duties while Chirantan Bhatt has composed the music for it.
What to expect from Jai SImha?
KS Ravi Kumar’s Direction
KS Ravi Kumar has directed many it Tamil films like Lingaa and also Telugu films like Villain. SO the expectations from this director to give a good, entertaining film is high from the audiences.
It is no doubt that fans of Balakrishna will go rushing into the theaters to watch the hero on the big screen. He has delivered some powerful dialogues and also taken a shot at dancing, which he rarely does, giving his fans an extra treat.
Balakrishna and Nayanthara combination
Nayanthara starred opposite Balakrishna in the film Simha which was a comeback film for the hero. The pair went on to do films like Sri Rama Rajyam and once again, the two will be seen sharing the screen space with great ease and chemistry between them.
The music of the film has been composed by Chirantan Bhatt and he has used several successful singers like Vijay Yesudas, Revanth, Shreya Ghoshal and Jaspreet Jasz to give life to his compositions, which are already being loved by the listeners.