Simha Movie Review
An action packed tale, the story begins with the old lady (k r vijaya) who is worried about her grandson Sriman Narayana (Balakrishna). Though he is a college lecturer, he gets into fights like this for justice and bashes up anyone. His granny doesn’t like violence but action comes to Sriman Narayana in the form of Janaki (sneha). She joins the college but actually, there is a reason for her joining here. Also, there is something that has to do with Sriman Naryana’s past and Janaki. Watch the film to find out what it is all about.
The director has come up with a typical formula film and though the presentation was weak, the narrative was okay. The dialogues were high voltage at few places, the script was average but the screenplay was good. Background score adds punch and songs impress though the picturization of few doesn’t appeal. Cinematography could have been better. Editing was okay. Costumes were nice but not for the hero, art department was effective. Stunts were nice. Balakrishna has shown his mass appeal once again and though he didn’t show that high levels of
emotion, he still had the fire in his eyes, Sneha Ullal was cute and did her bit as required, Nayantara looks gorgeous and elegant, Namitha was not required, K R Vijaya was graceful, Brahmi was boring, Ali failed to impress, Venu Madhav got few smiles, Sai Kumar was apt, Aditya Menon was above average, the others came and went.
The film doesn’t try to do anything new but it offers a typical violent treat to all those Nandamuri fans who have been waiting to see him in the mass image. While the first half fails to take off and has the regular elements of fights and romance, it is the second half that changes the whole story and gets a lot of momentum. The grandeur is seen in the second half and with violence and nasty words used in between, the masses might connect to it. This may not be a bumper hit at the box office but it will reach the success mark if the fans work towards it.
Cast: Nandamuri Balakrishna, Nayantara, Sneha Ullal, Namitha, Aditya, K R Vijaya, Saikumar (Malayalam), Hemanth, Rehman, Kota, Brahmi, Ali, Venu Madhav, Dharmavarapu, L B Sriram, Krishna Bhagawan, Jhansi and others
Banner: United Movies
Cinematography: Arthur Wilson
Direction: Boyapati Sreenu
Producer: Paruchuri Sivaram Prasad
3.25 out of 5
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