Simhadri (2014) Kannada Movie Review | 7 Critic Reviews | Duniya Vijay, Meghana Raj, Soundarya Jayamala

cast:

Duniya Vijay, Meghana Raj, Jai Jagadish, Soundarya Jayamala, Malavalli Saikrishna, Suchendra Prasad, Vijayalakshmi Singh

Simhadri (2014) Kannada Movie Posterdirection:

Shivamani

story:

RS Gowda

screenplay:

Shivamani

dialogue:

cinematography:

R Giri

music:

Arjun Janya

produced by:

RS Gowda

language:

Kannada

Weird Aggregate Rating Simhadri 4.8/10genre:

Action, Comedy

release date:

2-October-2014
run time:
161 minutes
censor certification:
U/A

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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Bangalore Mirror -S Shyam Prasad Rating-5
It seems no one can escape 'sister sentiment' in Sandalwood; not even an action star or a director known for his political thrillers. Even though this film is titled Simhadri, it is more of a sentimental drama with enough fights thrown in to justify the name. Cliche after cliche turn into scenes,

  •  Deccan Herald -S Vishwanath Rating-4
Sadly, they don’t turn teary-eyed at the emotive brother-sister bond Simhadri and Nandini express for one another but at the coarse comedy and depraved dialogues in the bellicose battle Simhadri wages against milk cooperative baddie Pratap Gowda. Not worth its entertainment weight or

  •  Times of India -GS Kumar Rating-6
Director Shivamani is one of the few talented directors who knows the pulse of the audience. With an impressive script and narration, the movie is sure to attract family audience. Set in a village, the story revolves around Nandini (Aishwarya) and her brother Simhadri (Vijay).

  •  Filmi Beat -Bharat Bhat Rating-6
Actor Duniya Vijay is back on the silver screen with his new movie Simhadri. The movie marks the return of director Shivamani after a break of five years. The movie is set in a backdrop of brother-sister relationship living in a village. The movie is basically a family drama.

  •  Cine Sinchana -Raju Shanbhag Rating-3
Director Shivamani is a man with sense of humor. Few days ago, he said in an interview that he was munching on new thoughts and directors need to change with trends. If you didn’t pick the fun poked at the audience in that interview, you could end up in theatre watching Simhadri with lots

  •  Chitraloka Rating-6
Duniya Vijay's latest film Simhadri, which is also director Shivamani's comeback film after Josh is a good mix of action and sentiment. The two aspects are perfectly blended in the family drama which is all about the bond between a brother and his younger sister. This is a favourite
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  •  Indiaglitz Rating-4
The comeback of director Shivamani in ‘Simhadri’ is nothing exceptional. The usual action from Duniya Vijay and tearjerker of sister sentiment gives a long yawn. The first half never moves and ‘Simhadri’ is a mix of ‘Thavarige Baa Thangi and Anna Thangi’ Kannada films! RS Gowda

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