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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Parama Veera Chakra review: A Telugu movie of Nandamuri Balakrishna

The much awaited Telugu film, Parama Veera Chakra, has been released on 12th January 2011 in various multiplex cinema halls across India.

Parama Veera Chakra was Dasari Narayana Rao’s 150th directorial film. This veteran director is hopeful about his new film. He hopes that his new film will get good response and revenue as it raised many hopes among Nandamuri Balakrishna fans.

The main attraction of this film is perhaps Nandamuri Balakrishna’s dual role. The renowned Telugu film actor will be seen performing dual role as military officer and also as a film actor.

Nandamuri Balakrishna’s previous film, Simha, which was released in 2010, was a blockbuster hit. So, fans of this actor are now hoping to see anther super hit film this year. For the demand of his character, he has donned the getups of Komaram Bheem and Ravana Braham which would be a visual treat for Nandamuri fans to watch on the big screen.

Cast and crew:

Nandamuri Balakrishna

Amisha Patel

Sheela

Neha Dhupia

D. Ramanaidu

Brahmanandam

Roja Selvamani

Ali
Hema

No doubt, Nandamuri Balakrishna will play the lead role. On the other hand, Amisha Patel and Neha Dhupia will play the female lead roles.

For the first time in his career, Nandamuri Balakrishna will be seen performing dual role. In one character, he will be seen taking the getups of an army officer while in another character, he will act as film actor. He plays the character of Chakradhar as an actor and Komaram Bheem as an army officer.

Neha Dhupia plays the role of Rajya Sultana.

Ex Chief Minister Chandra Babu Naidu made his appearance in the film as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh while Kodi Rama Krishna and Boyapati Seenu are introduced as film directors.

Story:

The story of this film is made based on patriotism. Chakradhar played by Balakrishna is a busy film actor who acts in various genre of films under different banners of the Tollywood. He gets an offer to act in a film from military officials that narrate him the story of Jay Simha played by Balakrishna a dual role. Jaya Simha is a sincere and honest militray army man who goes to any end for doing instant justice.

However, his honesty and sincerity became a big problem for him as international terrorists and a corrupted minister Dadaji played by Nagineedu try to assassinate him by showing that he has linked with terrorists. Rajya Sultana played by Neha Dhupia does this operation successfully by interpreting Jaya Simha as a terrorist and Jaya Simha gets arrested.

However, I don’t want to say anything of this film so that you don’t lose interest to see the film on a big screen. I hope that you will see it and enjoy it on a big screen. In one word, it can be said that the film is wonderful.

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