‘Simha’ has been a start of second innings for Nandamuri Balakrishna and no doubts it is still roaring high at BO. All those sections of media which came up with satires and tantrums on Balakrishna and his movies are now genuinely agreeing up to the fact that ‘Simha’ is a success which made Balayya to reach new peaks of stardom during these penultimate stages of career.
As every time we say, ‘success brings new responsibilities to hold on.’ Here is the crux moment for Balakrishna as ‘Parama Veera Chakra’ which would go on to sets very soon will have to be very powerful in order to fulfill the expectations of audience. Director Dasari Narayana Rao has a habit of faltering at key moments, has given his 149th movie ‘Young India’ yesterday which was too much old fashioned. Although audience might like the concept of movie but the way it was narrated is sure to give rude shocks to Nandamuri fans.
Dasari takes it as a moral responsibility to mix up present socio-political issues in his stories and of course he will for sure do with ‘PVC’ too. To match the mountainous image of Balakrishna secured with ‘Simha’, Dasari must get rid of his pedagogic old styled of narration to satisfy his fans and this would be a daunting task for him by any probability.
Well, be optimistic and let us hope that Dasari easily climb this new peak of Balayya.