Jai Simha first look: Nandamuri Balakrishna promises yet another power packed performance

The first look of Nandamuri Balakrishna's 102nd film is out and it wouldn't be wrong to state that the actor promises yet another mass entertainer with his film Jai Simha. The film will release on the occasion of Sankranthi in 2018.

Written by A. Kameshwari | New Delhi | Published: November 1, 2017 9:23:57 pm

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The first look of Nandamuri Balakrishna’s 102nd film is out and it wouldn’t be wrong to state that the actor promises yet another mass entertainer with his film Jai Simha. This is for the first time that the actor is working with the Tamil director K S Ravikumar, who is known for delivering blockbusters such as Muthu and Annamalai. In fact, K S Ravikumar has often spoken about working with the Telugu actor.

Going by the poster, though nothing is revealed much about Nandamuri Balakrishna’s character, the film’s plot seems to be inspired by a political incident. If you look closely, we see people behind Balakrishna protesting about something and he leading the entire movement. So, would it be yet another political aka power drama? Well, whether Simha or Legend, Balakrishna has enthralled the audience with his powerful performances. It would be interesting to see what the plot will be.

Balakrishna reunites with award-winning actor Nayanthara for the third time after blockbusters such as Simhaa and Sri Rama Rajyam. Apart from Nayanthara, the film will also star Natasha Doshni and Bigg Boss fame Hari Priya.

Prakash Raj and Jagapathi Babu will be seen in important roles in the film which is being bankrolled by C Kalyan. Chirantan Bhatt is scoring the music.

Balayya’s film will compete with Trivikram Srinivas and Power Star Pawan Kalyan’s PSPK25 at the box office which is also arriving at the theaters on the occasion of Sankranthi.

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