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Jai Simha Movie Review | Jai Simha Review

Movie: Jai Simha
Starring: Nandamuri Balakrishna, Nayanthara and Hari Priya
Director : KS Ravi Kumar
Music : Chirantan Bhatt
Editor : Praveen Antony
Banner : CK Entertainments
Producer : C Kalyan.
Censor: ‘U/A’

After Mass Entertainer Paisa Vasool Nandamuri Balakrishna is coming up with his latest movie titled “Jai Simha” for this Pongal season. Gorgeous Lady Nayanthara is paired up with Balayya in this film. Apart from Nayanthara, Sexy Ladies Haripriya and Natasha Doshi offering eye candy glamour in the movie.

Jai Simha is an action film, produced by C. Kalyan on C. K. Entertainments banner and directed by K. S. Ravikumar.

Nandamuri Fans are eagerly waiting for the movie to start their festival celebrations with the movie release.With a good response to its trailer and teaser, the film is releasing on January 12th worldwide and USA Premiers on Dec 11th.

Jai Simha Story: Narasimha(Balakrishna) along with his just-born son moves to Kumbakonam and starts working as a driver. There, he comes across a corrupt cop and keeps fighting with him time and again. During one of the key problems involving the cop, Narasimha suddenly comes across his wife Gauri(Nayanthara) who is none other than his ex-girlfriend. Who is this Narasimha? What is his backstory with Gauri? Why did he come to Kumbakonam? To know the answers, you need to watch the film on the big screen.

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On the whole, Jai Simha is a typical mass masala entertainer in true Balakrishna style.The film is clearly aimed at the masses and will do well with all Balakrishna fans.If you are the one who does not mind the regular commercial narration, this film ends up as a one time watch this festival season.

Jai Simha Movie Review: 3/5