Except that there is too much of blood on screen, there is hardly anything missing in this film to be writing bad about. For someone like Balakrishna who can manage entertainers and mythological films equally well, the basic plot of his each film generally seems to be following the same path. However, within the limitations of the story this one has got the punch!
Boyapati Srinu’s movies are known for power packed dialogues, fast paced action and some doses of sentiment. He excels in all the departments making Simha an out and out entertainer. The visual effects and editing by Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao, especially in the fight scenes is thrilling. Kanulaara song captures the tradition of performing ‘Laxmi Narayana Kalyanam’ and is shot exceptionally well.
It seems cinematography in Telugu films is improving with every film and it is no surprise that Arthur Wilson’s cinematography is good too. Background music keeps the intensity tight!
Since last two years Balakrishna might not have had a super hit, but Simha is going to take us to a ride where we enjoy the hero rising and shining at each and every turn of the film. Watch it for sure and enjoy the pride of another Tollywood’s own film that works to the T.