Synopsis:Jay Simha (Balakrishna) is an Indian Army Officer who is bent upon securing the borders of India at any cost and does not tolerate any mischief. His colleagues Kumar (Vijay Kumar) colludes with terrorists and kills Jay and his plot is such that he implicares Jay as an enemy of the sate.
Threre is a look-alike of Jay who is a film actor Chakradhar (Balakrishna again). The Army top brass pull in the actor and make him impersonate Jay, the Army officer, and complete the mission of exterminating the terrorist outfit.
Performances:Balakrishna suffers from his personal style of acting with loud dialogues which only his fans can appreciate. Sheela,Amisha patel and eha all are just glam dolls. The rest of the cast just just go through the routine of what is called acting.
Techniques:Director Dasari Narayana Rao tries to fill in old fine a new bottle. The commercial formula adopted simply does not convey the theme or the message intended to convey. The screenplay is tedious. The dialogues are forgettable. The so-called punch dialogues suffer from loudness. Music is just a hindrance. Cinematography is the only saving grace.
Verdict:Dasrai has become stale and Balakrishna can be liked only by his fans. Param Veera Chakra disappoints.
Cast and Crew:Nandamuri balakrishna, sheela,amisha patel, neha dhupia, jayasudha, kota, ali, brahmanandam, muarali mohan, viajayachandar, viajayakuamar, a.v.s., jeeva, chalapatirao, hema, sudha and others
Story : Dasari narayana rao
Producer : C.Kalyan
Banner : Teja cinema
Directior : Dasari narayana rao
Music : Manisharma
Photography : Ramanaraju
Rating : 2.5/5