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Two shades of Balayya
After delivering a mass hit ‘Jai Simha’ last year, Nandamuri Balakrishna, KS Ravi Kumar and C Kalyan are gearing up yet another potboiler with ‘Ruler.’
After delivering a mass hit 'Jai Simha' last year, Nandamuri Balakrishna, KS Ravi Kumar and C Kalyan are gearing up yet another potboiler with 'Ruler.'
With the film is all set for its mass treat on December 20, the makers unveiled the trailer of 'Ruler' on Sunday and it showcases two shades of Balakrishna.
The trailer indicates that it is a strict formula film. It is loaded with fights, glamour, dialogues on farmers, dreadful villains who fly into air with single punch of the hero, hero dancing with glam heroines and pain, emotion of women.
It has a helicopter from which Balayay walks out. It features an SUV car that makes zero-cut. And of course, not to miss is Balayya's lion (simham) dialogues. The film seems to have all the elements which are usually seen in a typical Balakrishna film.
Chirantann Bhatt, who composed music for 'Kanche', 'Gautamiputra Satakarni' and 'Jai Simha', is back with Balayya's 'Ruler'. Chirantann too did an effortless job for this routine commercial flick.
Since Balayya is going through bad days after the debacle 'Kathanayakudu' and 'Mahanayakudu,' it needs to be seen how the masses would receive this film.