There is a huge difference between hero elevation and outright hero worship. The first song from Nandamuri Balakrishna’s ‘Veera Simha Reddy’ seems to be a complete homage to the star hero rather than the character he is playing in the movie. While the fans may have a blast enjoying this song, it is going to be interesting to see how ‘Jai Balayya’ will be inserted in the story of ‘Veera Simha Reddy’.
We are unaware whether Balayya is playing a double role in this movie or not but ‘Jai Balayya’ is definitely catered to the fans. The visuals clearly showcase Balakrishna being treated as a demigod throughout the song. Dressed in white and white, Balayya is looking royal as even and the people around him are heaping praises on him. The song is definitely a celebration of the man on and off the screen.
It looks Thaman went a bit overboard with his look and hyper energetic dancing in this lyrical video but the song is surely filled with good beats and local flavour. Ramjogayya Sastry waxed lyrics elevating Balakrishna and Karmullah’s voice brought in a lot of energy. On the whole, this is a song that will cater to the fans and we need to see how useful it is in the movie’s screenplay.
Shruti Hassan is the heroine in this film. Tollywood’s leading production house Mythri Movie Makers are producing this much-awaited film. Popular Kannada actor Duniya Vijay will be seen as the antagonist in this movie while Varalxshmi Sarathkumar is playing a key role. Rishi Punjabi is the cinematographer. Navin Nooli is the editor while Sai Madhav Burra is penning the dialogues. AS Prakash is the art director while Ram-Lakshman masters are composing the fights. Gopichandh Malineni is the writer and director of this movie.