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Jai Simha (transl. Victory to Simha!) is a 2018 Indian Telugu action drama film produced by C. Kalyan[5] on C. K. Entertainments banner and directed by K. S. Ravikumar. It stars Nandamuri Balakrishna, Nayanthara,[6] Natasha Doshi, Hariprriya in the lead roles and music was composed by Chirantan Bhatt.[7][8][9][10] The movie emerged as a hit at the box office completing 100 days in 5 centers.

Jai Simha
Jai Simha.jpg
Movie poster
Directed byK. S. Ravikumar
Produced byC. Kalyan
Written byM. Ratnam
(story / dialogues)
Screenplay byK. S. Ravikumar
StarringNandamuri Balakrishna
Natasha Doshi
Music byChirantan Bhatt
CinematographyC. Ram Prasad
Edited byPraveen Antony
C.K. Entertainments[1]
Release date
  • 12 January 2018 (2018-01-12)
Running time
164 minutes
Budget 30 crores[3]
Box office 50crores [4]



The film starts with Narasimha (Balakrishna) traveling across Karnataka, Kerala looking for peace with his son and ends up in Tamil Nadu after finding the places not suitable for raising his son. In Kumbakonam, he visits the temple on Radhasaptami day looking for a job. The priest is unintentionally touched by the baby who picks up a discussion with Narasimha and it is ended by the temple secretary Murali Krishna (Murali Mohan). The temple secretary then offers a job to Narasimha at his house as a driver. There are around 12 workers in the house along with Narasimha, Santhanam (Bramhanandam) and his wife (Priya). Meanwhile, the city kingpin Kariappan (Prabhakar) meets up with the ACP (Sekhar) who is sincere yet corrupt and arrogant. One day the secretary daughter Dhanya (Natasha Doshi) drives home taking drugs and catches the attention of Narasimha. The next day Kariappan and his men create a ruckus explaining that the car that Dhanya drove last night created an accident and his brother was the victim and he is out for vengeance. Narasimha takes the blame and gets beaten up which makes Dhanya fall for him.

Meanwhile, central minister JP (Jaya Prakash Reddy) visits the temple and insults the chief priest (L.B.Sriram), where the ACP raises a hand against him. This results in a Brahmin agitation, where they demand an apology from the ACP. Narasimha enters the scene with the secretary and resolves it. This is telecasted by media and is attended by the main villain Thota Rami Reddy (Ashutosh Rana). Meanwhile, the ACP being humiliated tries to create a feud between Kariappan and Narasimha by killing the latter brother. Kariappan knowing the truth sends his men to bring the son of ACP, who is a look-alike of Narasimha son. Thinking his own son is at risk, Narasimha unleashes his other side on the villains, rescuing the baby, only to know that ACP is the father and Nayanthara is the mother. Next day Narasimha warns Kariappan and being confronted by Dhanya, reveals his past.

Narasimha an orphan is befriended by Gauri (Nayanthara) at school, who is the daughter of the school headmaster. He is debarred from school after he picks up a fight. He grows up and has his own mechanic shed along with doing justice in the city. Along with that, the love between Gauri and Narasimha increases. One day while passing the traffic, Narasimha encounters rami reddy son holding traffic for his MP seat. This results in a death of labored woman and Narasimha teach him a lesson without allowing him to attend his nomination. This results in humiliation by JP, who offers his daughters hand. Losing prestige, the son commits suicide, which enrages Rami Reddy, who takes revenge by destroying one of Narasimha's associates' Manga (Haripriya) marriage. Narasimha brings him to justice and is given death sentence by the judge (K.S. Ravikumar). Meanwhile, Gauri forces Narasimha to marry him and talk to his father, who recognizes him and says that his ways wouldn't suit for his daughter's hand. Out of respect for his master, Narasimha sacrifices his love. But Nayanthara takes it seriously and escapes and makes it to his shed to marry him secretly.

Understanding the whole situation, Narasimha gets back to the shed by marrying Manga. The actual twist in the tale happens now, when Narasimha and the couple give birth to twins, with Manga dead after giving birth. On the other side, Gauri loses her son in pregnancy. Unable to hear his master pain, Narasimha sacrifices one son to her and leaves with the other and ends up in Kumbakonam. Back at present, Rami Reddy released on bail unites with Kariappan to kill Narasimha. Kidnapping the ACP couple lures Narasimha into the dockyard. Narasimha bashes up everyone and kills Kariappan before hanging Rami Reddy. But during a shootout, the ACP couple are wound along with their son. The doctors are able to save the couple but not the baby as the bullet had hit the head of the baby. Unable to bear the truth, once again the master laments, which makes Narasimha give away the other baby and walk away with the dead baby corpse in his hand, assuring to the master that he will be there whenever the couple is always in danger.


The film received mixed to positive reviews. 123 telugudotcom gave it 3 / 5 stars saying Balakrishna is the biggest asset of the film. It is purely a film made to elevate Balakrishna and his character Narasimha ".[11] The Hindu gave a more favourable review and said that the film "gives a good contemporary action spin to an emotional story".[12]



Jai Simha
Film score by
Released24 December 2017 (2017-12-24)
LabelAditya Music
ProducerChirantan Bhatt
Chirantan Bhatt chronology
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Jai Simha

The music was composed by Chirantan Bhatt. It was released on ADITYA Music Company. The audio function was held on 24 December 2017 at Vijayawada by Nara Lokesh, Cabinet Minister of A.P.[13]

1."Anaganaga Anaganaga"Sri ManiVijay Yesudas5:12
2."Priyam Jagame"Ramajogayya SastryRevanth, Ramya Behara4:25
3."Ammakutti Ammakutti"BhaskarbhatlaJaspreet Jasz, Geetha Madhuri4:42
4."Yevevo Yevevo"BhaskarabhatlaRevanth, Shreya Ghoshal3:44
5."Jai Simha Theme"Noel SeanVivek Hariharan, Noel Sean, Aditya Iyenger3:40
Total length:21:53


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  2. ^ "Jai Simha (Overview)". Filmibeat.
  3. ^ "Jai Simha Pre-Release Business Worldwide". Andhra Wishesh. 9 January 2018. Retrieved 16 January 2018.
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  5. ^ "Jai Simha first look: Nandamuri Balakrishna promises yet another power packed performance". The Indian Express. 1 November 2017. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
  6. ^ "Nandamuri Balakrishna's #NBK102 titled 'Jai Simha'". The Times of India. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
  7. ^ "Jai Simha first look poster: Nandamuri Balakrishna looks as massy as ever". 1 November 2017. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
  8. ^ "Jai Simha (Review)". Times of India.
  9. ^ "Jai Simha Review & Rating". The Hans India.
  10. ^ "Jai Simha movie review: There's no stopping Balayya". Deccan Chornicle.
  11. ^ Jai Simha Review {3/5}: This one's purely for the 'Jai Balayya' fans, retrieved 8 December 2018
  12. ^ Nadadhur, Srivathsan (12 January 2018). "Jai Simha review: Masala mix works right". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 8 December 2018.
  13. ^ "Jai Simha (Audio Launch)". Andhra Jyothi.

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