Jai Simha Review & Rating
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Directed by K.S.Ravikumar, the film is produced by C.Kalyan under CK Entertainments banner. A lot of interesting reports have been coming on the movie and we are sure that everyone will like the film. Chirantan Bhatt scored the music for the film. Let us hope that the film does well at the box office. Let us check out the review of the film here.
Narasimha ( Balakrishna) joins as a driver to Kumbakonam temple head (Murali Mohan). He's one person who's very sincere and fights against injustice. A criminal Rami Reddy (Ashuthosh Rana) is trying to kill Narasimha. What is the connection between them? Who is Narasimha and what's his past? forms the rest of the story is the movie.
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Performances wise, the film is very good. Nandamuri Balakrishna is the show runner and Jai Simha is completely a one man show by him. He played his part very well and impressed everyone big time. With action, romantic scenes and emotions, Balakrishna did well and proved that he is the best.
Nayantara who played the primary female lead has impressed everyone. Natasha Joshi and Hariprriya are limited for glamour and they also played their parts very well. Hari Priya is good in terms of the performance as well. Murali Mohan, Brahmanandam, Prakash Raj and others have played their Parts very well and he has come up with an interesting role after a long time.
The camera work by C.Ramprasad is impressive. The way he framed the film is colourful. The editing by Praveen Antony is neat. The music scored by Chirantan Bhatt is outstanding. The background music from Chirantan Bhatt is thumping and he has impressed big time. The art work is exceptional and the location selections is nice. The production values maintained by CK Entertainments are rich.
Jai Simha movie is pure mass entertainer with the moments that fans will enjoy to the core. The movie is surely going to impress the mass movie lovers. Though there is enough and good stuff for the fans in the first half of the movie, the second half of the movie fails completely and brings boredom to the audiences.
Keeping the content apart, the movie offers proper festival entertainment for the audiences. With some decent performances from everyone and Balayya's one man show, the movie Jai Simha is certainly a one time watchable movie.