Review : Jai Simha

Review : Jai Simha 

                             


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Release date : January 12, 2018
Chai SamoSa Rating : 3.25/5
Director : K. S. Ravikumar
Producer : C. Kalyan
Music Director : Chirantan Bhatt
Starring : Balakrishna, Nayanthara, Natasha Doshi, Hariprriya







Jai Simha Story : Narasimha(Balakrishna) in conjunction 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 once more. throughout one amongst the key issues involving the cop, Narasimha suddenly comes across his partner Gauri(Nayanthara) WHO is none other than  his ex-girlfriend. WHO is that this Narasimha? what's his backstory with Gauri? Why did he come back to Kumbakonam? to grasp the answers, you wish to look at the film on the large screen.

Jai Simha Review : Balakrishna is the biggest plus point of this film. he is seen in 2 totally different roles and has given an incredible performance. Balakrishna won't only impress the plenty along with his|along with his} dialogues however also will move the audience with his performance throughout the climax. He has danced supremely well within the Ammkuty song which can be a treat for his fans.

Nayanthara gets a meaty role yet again and provides lots of depth to the film along with her sincere acting. The approach her role has been designed with lots of emotional bit is pretty smart. Prakash dominion was okay in his supporting role.

Some heroic scenes within the half, just like the temple scene and confrontation scenes with the villain, are dealt well. The interval bang is additionally good and sets the tone nicely for the second half. The climax of the film is kind of smart and has been handled on a really emotional note.

One of the largest drawbacks of the film is its roller coaster impact. after a really sensible fight or emotional scene, director Ravi Kumar adds some silly comedy and routine business parts. Comedy generated through Brahmanandam within the half is kind of bland and bores the audience to an extent.

The runtime of the film may be a bit high as some fights and villain bound scenes might have been simply altered out. Throughout the second half that includes Hari Priya’s episode is kind of boring and sidetracks the film.

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