|Cast:||Balakrishna, Nayanthara, Natasha Doshi, Hariprriya|
|Directed by:||K. S. Ravikumar|
|Produced by:||C. Kalyan|
|Music by:||Chirantan Bhatt|
|Release Date:||January 12. 2018|
Jai Simha - Story
Balakrishna, a mechanic with a violent nature, who melts before his love Nayantara, and becomes fierce when it comes to injustice and crimes happening around him. Though he wants to stay calm before Nayan, situations force him to turn to action against the antagonists, which causes a huge calamity. Now he has to cover his identity and stay silent without revealing his violent past, before situations and new villains wake the lion in him. What happened to Balaiya, was he able to save his love Nayanthara, and how come Natasha Doshi impacted his life and was Simha able to eliminate the villains and save his beloved ones is what the action-packed Jai Simha is all about.
Jai Simha - Star Performance
Balayya, as usual, delivers an energetic performance, mouthing even badly written punchlines with cool and casual attitude, with that typical Balayya brand swag, and it's his energy that saves most of the film. Nayantara plays a lovable role, and her character creates the necessary emotional impact, while Natasha Doshi is limited to glam.
Jai Simha - Technical Team
Songs composed by Chiranthan Bhatt are good and they click well with masses. Background score is good. Cinematography by C Ram Prasad is nice. Editing could have much better. Stunts and action sequences are good in exclusive Balayya style. They are treat for Balayya fans and production values of CK entertainments are good.
Jai Simha - Analysis
With none of the songs except Priyam, Chirantan Bhat's music is below par, and with the plot as old as hills, freshness in treatment was expected from a veteran like KS Ravikumar, but he has letdown big time with a pathetic screenplay loaded with cliches and double entendres masquerading as comedies, and loads the second half with too much of action and creates a loud atmosphere, making the already dragging Jai Simha a patience test.
Jai Simha - Trailer