Bimbisara: Jr NTR Appreciates Audience Response to His Brother Nandamuri Kalyan Ram


On Friday, Bimbisara starring Jr NTR’s brother Nandamuri Kalyan Ram was released in theaters. Netizens started responding and sharing their reviews on social media after seeing the film. Jr NTR took to Twitter and wrote a heartfelt comment after moviegoers praised the film.

Jr NTW wrote: “I hear great things about #Bimbisara. It feels good when people enjoy a movie with the kind of enthusiasm we felt when we first saw it.”

In another tweet, he said: “@NANDAMURIKALYAN anna you are irreplaceable as King Bimbisara. @DirVassishta handled the film like a pro. The legendary @mmkeeravaani garu is the backbone of #Bimbisara. Shoutout to all the actors and technicians who made it a success. ”

After watching the film, netizens shared their reviews on Twitter. One of the social media users wrote: “Seriously, this film is directed by a debutant. It seems that an experienced director directed this film.”

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Another said: “Overall a satisfying Sci-Fi entertainer. Unique story coupled with some well written sequences and characterization of heroes. BGM is the soul of the Flipside movie, the 2nd half could have been handled better along with the bad guys and the climax part.

Let’s see:

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The release of dubbed versions is recognized as a major factor behind the recent successes of several pan-Indian films from the south. But in an interesting move that goes against the trend, the Telugu film Bimbisara has taken the subtitling route to external markets.

In the wake of RRR, KGF2 and Pushpa’s super-success, the lavish fantasy action drama, Bimbisara, is aiming for wide release. UFO Moviez, which recently released the much-loved 777 Charlie and Rocketry, will release the Telugu film in North India with English subtitles.

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The spokesperson for UFO Moviez points out that during the Coronavirus-induced pandemic, when people were locked in their homes for months, they devoured content from all over India and the world.

“As a result, language is no longer a barrier and they are now open to watching subtitled content. OTT has changed viewing habits and we are confident that a good movie in any language will bring people to the theater he states, promising that Bimbisara, which offers a larger-than-life big screen experience, will not disappoint.

The film was produced by NTR Arts, the home banner of Nandamuri Kalyan Ram, who was able to pull off this massive project despite fierce competition from other filmmakers. (With input from IANS)



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