10YearsForSimha: Reasons behind film’s success


By Times of India – 10YearsForSimha: Reasons behind film’s success TIMESOFINDIA.COM | Last updated on – Apr 30, 2020, 06:00 ISTclose01/6Take a look at the reasons behind the film’s successDirected by Boyapati Srinu, the 2010 film Simha was a game-changer among Tollywood films that was lauded, not only for Nandamuri Balakrishna’s intense performance in the dual role but also the gripping narration of the filmmaker. Balayya and Nayanthara were seen on the big screen for the first time ever in the film. The action drama made a special place in the hearts of the audience because of its simple storytelling, superhit songs and unbeatable chemistry between the lead pair. The movie has completed a decade, but the essence is as fresh as it was back then. As the film clocks 10 years of its release, find out the reasons behind the massive success of the Balakrishna starrer.readmore02/6​Boyapati Srinu’s gripping narrationBefore Simha, Boyapati Srinu had delivered Bhadra (2005) and Tulasi (2007), which turned out to be a massive success. Following the success of these films, the audience had a lot of expectations from the director’s next film Simha. And he didn’t disappoint. The film was hailed by critics and was also a box office success. Very few films are capable of translating the weight of its narrative onto the viewer. Simha is one among those films what the director intends to showcase on screen. Boyapati also highlights several socio-political issues which are woven seamlessly in his narrative. readmore03/6Exciting story and refreshing dialoguesSimha narrated the story of a college professor Srimannarayana, who cannot tolerate injustice, has a typical flashback that is revealed by his grandmother. In fact, his parents have been murdered by the local goons of the village. The film does leave you wanting towards the end. Interestingly, the movie even has its whistle-worthy moments. Written by Koratala Siva, the dialogues are sounded refreshing and authentic, something that was lacking in the much celebrated commercial entertainers of the recent past in Telugu cinema. readmore04/6​Seasoned actors excelled in their rolesIt became the highest-grossing film of 2010 and won three Nandi Awards for Best Actor-Balakrishna, Best Comedian Female-Jhansi, and Best Music Director-Chakri. The film also received three Santosham Film Awards and a CineMAA Award. Seasoned actors like Rahman, Saikumar, KR Vijaya, Adithya Menon, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam and Chalapathi Rao gave memorable performances in the movie. Brahmanandam, Venu Madhav and Krishna Bhagavaan and LB Sriram excelled audience with their comedy.readmore05/6​Memorable soundtrackChakri, known for his melodious original works, composed the film’s soundtrack which features six songs including Janaki Janaki, Achahai, Orabba, Bangarukonda, Kanulara Chudhamu and Simhamanti. Namitha, who essayed the college professor Mahima in the film, has a special song in the movie. Her song was a rage among audiences back then. In fact, her acting skills and dance moves made her the perfect actress. The audience fell in love with her charm all over again. readmore06/6​Everything about Simha is par excellenceSimha is an intriguing and gripping action drama and boasts of brilliant performances, race screenplay, whistle-worthy dialogues and much more. Over the years, the film gained a cult status among the Telugu folks and is still enjoyed by many when it gets telecasted on Television. The film was bankrolled by Paruchuri Kireeti under the banner of United Movies. If you haven’t watched it yet, you should definitely not miss this one.readmore

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