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Jai Simha

Jai Simha

12 Jan, 2018
2 hrs 45 mins
35,727 votes
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Seeking to leave his past behind, Narasimha leaves the city of Visakhapatnam for Kumbakonam along with his one-year old son. However, it's only a matter of time before the past catches up with Narasimha in his new haven. To settle the scores once and for all and start fresh, Narasimha may have to embrace his older self - back to the days where he was a nightmare to the morally corrupt and depraved.
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Verdict: Balakrishna continues his Sankranthi Success Streak. Jai Simha, starring Nandamuri Balakrishna, Nayanthara, Hariprriya and Natasha Doshi in lead roles is directed by K.S.Ravikumar and produced by C.Kalyan under C.K. Entertainments. Sankranthi season has proven lucky for Balakrishna in the past with several movies that released during this season like Samarasimha Reddy, Narasimha Naid... ...Read full review
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. ...Read full review
Narasimha (Balakrishna) a resident of Vizag moves to Kumbhakonam in Tamilnadu along with his one-year old kid. Narasimha takes shelter at Muralimohans bungalow. He gets into trouble by involving in issues of Police office versus Local don Kanniyappans (Baahubali Prabhakar). ...Read full review
`Jai Simha` is not a love story nor is it a family drama. It is purely a film made to elevate Balakrishna and his character Narasimha. His character and larger-than-life persona even overshadow the plot that seems right out of a retro film. This is Balayya`s film through and through, and there`s simply no space for anything else. ...Read full review
Narasimha (Balakrishna) keeps shifting his base from one place to another in order to keep away from the violence for the sake of his son. He shifts places and finally holds his ground at Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu. He works with Murali Mohan and seem to lead a comfortable life where a small trouble hits them. ...Read full review
The first question that came to my mind at the end of the tiresome 165-minute film Doesnt director KS Ravikumar and actor Balakrishna feel bored of doing the same story again and again? Ravikumar seems to have hit a saturation point in his career refusing to make movies in line with the changing times. His creativity and characters are stuck in the 1990s. ...Read full review
If youre a Nandamuri Balakrishna fan, Jai Simha might work like most of his films have over the years, for it treads a very familiar path of violence, romance, drama and action. Coming from a seasoned director like KS Ravikumar, known for delivering several commercial blockbusters, its no surprise that the film would appeal to a section of the audience and it does to some extent. Kumar gives a solid action spin to an age-old story and the result is surprisingly decent. ...Read full review
On a hospital bed, Gowri (Nayanathara) wakes up to find her newborn baby is missing. Story cuts to reveal, a guy leaving with a new born baby in search of quite locations. The guy is Narasimha (Balakrishna) who is running away from his past life and finally settles in Kumbakonam in Tamilnadu where he gets a job as driver in a Temple daramkarthas house. However, he also lands in trouble with a local leader and later with the towns ACP. ...Read full review
Narasimha (Balakrishna) is an Ek Niranjan with just his little son for his company. He apparently comes with a traumatic past. He is now in Kumbakonam, working as a driver with a Dharma Karta, who is played by Murali Mohan. As if his extant enemies are not enough, he makes new rivals in Kumbakonam, thanks to his penchant for being the proverbial scapegoat. ...Read full review
After a spate of movies in which he played the stylish, sophisticated hero, Balakrishna plays the typically brave rugged son of the soil in Jai Simha, directed by commercially proven experienced filmmaker KS Ravikumar. Director KS Ravikumar has ensured that the movie is not just a showcase of Balayyas action and heroism, but also a good cocktail of mindless comedy and sentiment in good measure. ...Read full review