Known as the torchbearer for B & C centres folks, Nandamuri Balakrishna has once again lived up to that expectation. Right from the beginning, his 102nd film being directed by KS Ravikumar is projected as a masala bonanza and it seems one if the trailer is anything to go by.
Unleashing that fierce appearance of Balayya as the man of masses, fans are going gaga with the dialogue like “Simham Mounaanni Sanyasam anukovaddu.. Silent ga vundani kelikithey.. tala korikestadi”. (Don’t treat a lion’s silence to celibacy. If you disturb it, you’ll get your head eaten). As the dialogue sets everything in a motion, then other visuals of intense Balayya enthral further.
Though his mass look somewhat resembles Maharathi and other movies, masses are expecting that this film is going to be a masala treat. While Nayantara’s gracious entry, a visual shot in Dubai, adds the needed spice element, Chirantan Bhatt’s music also did its part.
Targeting a January 2018 release, it looks like they are readying a roaring treat. Hope the film will repeat the luck of Simha and Narasimha Naidu for the mass star.