Srimannarayana, a college professor who cannot tolerate injustice, meets Janaki when he saves her from goons. Soon his grandmother makes some revelations that take him back to his village.
Simha is a 2010 Indian Telugu-language action film directed by Boyapati Srinu and produced by Paruchuri Kireeti under the United Movies banner. The film stars Nandamuri Balakrishna as the protagonist in a dual role. It also stars Nayantara and Sneha Ullal in the other lead roles, Adithya Menon and Sai Kumar as the antagonists and Namitha, Kota Srinivasa Rao, K. R. Vijaya and Rahman in supporting roles. The film features an original soundtrack by Chakri, art direction by A. S. Prakash, cinematography by Arthur Wilson and editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao. The film was released on 30 April 2010 and received positive reviews from critics. The film was a massive success at the box office and went on to become the highest grosser of 2010 in Tollywood. The film also achieved the distinction of being one of the highest-grossing films in the Telugu Film Industry. It is also the first time in nine years that a Balakrishna film has become the biggest grosser of the year after Narasimha Naidu. Balakrishna received the Nandi Award for Best Actor for this film, his second after his 2001 film Narasimha Naidu.
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8 123telugu.com | 07 Sep 2018
Simha’s biggest strength and also an interesting aspect to note is how it appeals to a wider cross section of the audience. We may have moved on from yesteryears mass entertainers, we may proclaim that the trend has changed and that we are more sophisticated when compared to the ...Read more
6 idle brain | 15 Jul 2019
First half of the movie is adequate. The flashback episode is established well. The climax should have been more effective. The plus points of the movie are Bala Krishna performance (and dialogues) and mass elements. On the flip side, there is excessive violence/fights in the movie. Simha movie generated ...Read more
5 times of india | 15 Jul 2019
The first half of ‘Jai Simha’ sets the pace for the film well, making one curious to where this is all heading. But post-interval, the film takes not just a predictable path, but also a borderline nonsensical one. Brahmanandam is a delight to watch on-screen, even if the comedic track ...Read more
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