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Jai Simha  ( UA ) (2018)  (Telugu)
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Jai Simha Review

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Jai Simha is a routine mass-masala with old-fashioned narration and cliched sequences. The first half has some good episodes. The movie, however, will appeal to Balayya's fans and the audience of B and C centers.
2 out of 5 (Average) Jai Simha NOWRUNNING REVIEW | NR
Rating: Crictiq: 1.5 - Read Review  1.5/5
Nowrunning Critics: 1.5/5
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Narasimha (Balayya) shifts to Kumbakonam working as a driver. He lives along with his just-born son. On a different track, there is Gowri (Nayantara) who also have a just-born baby who is exactly identical to Narasimha's Baby. What is the relation between both of them? Why are the babies identical? forms the rest of the story.

Balayya does a terrific job be it in dances, fights or dialogue delivery. His performance during the climax. He had danced supremely well in the Amma kutty song which will be a treat for his fans. Nayantara gets a pivotal role and he performs well. Natasha Doshi is glamourous while Hari Priya is okay as Balayya's wife. Prakash Raj gets a tailor-made role and he is good. Brahmi's comedy is boring. Rest is okay.

Writer M Ratnam came up with a routine and stone-age old story for this film and later stuffed with action blocks here and there. Dialogues are impressive. KS Ravikumar combined it with routine narration and some cliched scenes. The first half of the film is okay with decent proceedings and the director sets stage for the second half with good interval twist. The second half more particularly the Flashback sequences are too stretched and once the twist is revealed, the film is boring. The climax is also predictable.

Chirantan Bhatt's songs are decent and they are well shot. Amma Kutti stands out with excellent dances by Balayya. Ram Prasad's Camera Work is okay while Editing could have been a lot better. Action Choreography is good and Production Values are not on par.

Finally, Jai Simha is a routine mass-masala with old-fashioned narration and cliched sequences. The first half has some good episodes. The movie, however, will appeal to Balayya's fans and the audience of B and C centers.


Critic: NR
 2 out of 5 (Average) 2 out of 5 (Average)  

WHAT THE RATINGS MEAN:
0.0 - 1.4 : Poor
1.5 - 1.7: Poor, A Few Good Parts
1.8 - 2.3: Average
2.4 - 2.9: Fairly Good
3.0 - 3.4: Good
3.5 - 5.0: Very Good

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