Simha Movie Review
April 29, 2010 by Post Team
Simha Movie Review:Cast: NBK, Nayanatara, Sneha Ullal, Namitha, KR Vijaya, Saikumar, Hemanth, Shravan, GV, Kinnera, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Brahmanandam, Ali, Krishna Bhagawan, Venu Madhav, LB Sriram, Anandabharati and others.
Action: Ram-Laxman, Stun Shiva.
Art: AS Prakash.
Banner: United Movies.
Editing: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao.
Producer: Paruchuri Kireeti.
Story, Screenplay, Dialogues & Director: Boyapati Sreenu.
Release Date: April 30, 2010
Boyapati Sreenu triumphed once again. He will get hungry fans a pretty good movie “Simha“, starring Balakrishna in dual role. Although Simha can not be described as an extraordinary film about what makes a decent clock is that the director enagages the audience with their content and rolls without any suspension of disbelief. He had just learned from the mistakes of the previous directors, cut the pompous and dialogues on the top and gave a simple story, linear normal viewer can understand. In other words, he became a regular formula film keeping all elements of control. There had focused on spending heavily on the songs, scenes, multiple characters, but was based more on keeping the action quotient high and keeping the human element of history.
The script is taut, but the film is not flawless. The film moves slowly at first and over the second half, during scenes Homam extends a bit. The romance between the ladies Namitha, Sneha Ullal, Nayanatara has not been handled well and clumsiness Balakrishna was visible. Despite some tasteless comedy film blends action and drama well and the best part of the film is that nothing is safe from either the villain or the hero who is quite unexpected.
Namitha is obscenely obese and can see the layers of fat protruding from all parts of her body, her clothes made her look worse. It is disconcerting to see fifty heroes, more romance with girls half his age, but if this is that people want to see then, no complaints. About Balakrishna, performs admirably, does a competent job, stands at the scene die with Nayanatara. The lady who played Grandma Balakrishna looks out of place, a clear mismatch. A local talent might have worked better.
Nayanatara seems extravagant in their dress, has little to do and give silent support to her husband on the screen. Sneha Ullal looks swollen chips but as it is required. A few numbers are good listeners but few are misplaced in the film. Brahmanandam, Jhansi is a sheer waste. Venu Madhav is good, it feels good to see him after a long time. He teaches at the university and want to get to be Namitha, their dialogues bring mild laughter.
And the story, this is a university professor Srimannarayana (Balakrishna), whose students, Sneha Ulall Lady Love is having a hard time letting go out of their past. murderer of her brother is her boyfriend and he is her harassment after she runs away from home on the day of the wedding. A series of events unfold as in a flashback episode we discover that the murderer and enmity of his father not only with Sneha Ullal but too Balakrishna.
Simha is an enriching, soul stirring, emotionally resonant movie but it’s definitely a good offer, a mixture of action and jumbo little drama for the film goes on holiday crowd.
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