"Srimannarayana is a very pure title. It is a beautiful Telugu title. The name of my character in the movie is that only. I feel lucky to have done this role", Balkrishna began.
The actor was quick to draw the audience's attention towards the duties of a journalist. "It is the duty of the journalist to bring facts as they are into the limelight and present the naked truths as they are, to the people. A knife is double-edged. This role is like a big responsibility. The story is very good. The director has translated the story on to the celluloid in a neat fashion. The emotions of the actors and actresses are shown in a balanced way. Ravi Chavali is a gentle and soft type of person. An ocean looks relatively placid on the surface, but we understand it's capacity only when at the time of a tsunami. Chavali is like an ocean."
Balayya also spoke of Chakri's music. "All the songs in Simha were hit. Chakri's music for Srimannarayana is on the same lines. As the music is very amazing, I could dance with extra vigor."
Balayya promised that the film has got all the elements that audience expect from him. "Every scene will be new. You will see a new Balakrishna. The film has all the Rasas."
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