Nandamuri Balakrishna is back with his Sankranthi release. He is one of those who follows the festive sentiment and releases most of his movies around Telugu's biggest festival time. We don't have to remind you that one of his Sankranti releases Legend was a super duper hit. Now, his latest film Jai Simha hit theatres across the world today.

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Before we give you the entire review of the film, let's have a look at the production crew and star cast.

Director: K. S. Ravikumar

Producer: C. Kalyan

Written by: M. Ratnam (story/dialogues)

Screenplay: K. S. Ravikumar

Star Cast:

Nandamuri Balakrishna


Natasha Doshi


Music: Chirantan Bhatt

Cinematography: C. Ram Prasad

Editing: Praveen Antony

Production company: C.K. Entertainments

Plot: Balakrishna's 102nd film charts the journey of a man and his love for a woman named Gowri. But what happens when misunderstandings arise and she gets married to someone else? The film also charts the political journey of the man. Watch the film to know more.

Review: Balayya's Jai Simha is your typical mass entertainer. The opening scene is emotional and thereafter it's a pacy screenplay. Till the interval bang, you see all of Balayya's typical antics, a treat for all his mass fans. Nayanthara excels as expected. The Amma Kutti song stands out in the entire film for the choreography. While you can put up with Brahmi's comedy, we think he could have been better used. But wait, wasn't there a report of his scenes being removed?

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Anyway, to start off from where we left it is in the second half that the audience feels restless. The speed at which the first half passed off is missing here. However, fortunately there's a story to hang on to. A total masala entertainer loaded with emotions and typical Balayya style dialogues he mouths off in his trademark way. The film could be a big commercial hit.

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Amma Kutti song

First half screenplay

Balayya's dialogues



Brahmi comedy overdone

Other female actors

Routine story

Verdict: A total masala entertainer for the masses. A visual treat to the fans of Nandamuri Balakrishna.

Rating: 3/5