Starring: Bala Krishna,Isha Chawla,Parvathi melton
Director: Ravi Kumar Chavali
Producer: Ramesh Puppala
Banner: Yellow Flowers
Bala Krishna is back to big-screens this week in a yet another powerful role as Srimannarayana. While the Nandamuri star played the role of Srimannarayana in his blockbuster Simha, director Ravi Chavali has cashed on it by registering it the title of the movie Srimannarayana. Let’s check out what the makers have in store for us through the movie review of Srimannarayana.
Bala Krishna for the first time is playing the role of a journalist and his characterization and dialogues are said to be Srimannarayana highlights. Standing against the injustice, Srimannarayana will be seen fighting with as many as six baddies in the movie, Suresh playing the main negative role.
Poluru Ghatikachalam has penned the dialogues for Srimannarayana. To add the glamour quotient, Parvathi Melton, and Isha Chawla are roped in as the leading ladies romancing Bala Krishna and dancing to the tunes of Chakri. T Surendar Reddy is the lensman and Gautham Raju is the editor of Srimannaraya. Ramesh Puppala produced the film on Yellow Flowers banner.
We’ll be back with the updated Srimannarayana movie review in a while.