Balakrishna's Dictator Movie Review

Jan 14, 2016

Andhrapulse brings Balakrishna's Dictator Movie Review this week. Starring Nandamuri Balakrishna, Anjali, Sonal Chauhan in lead roles. Sriwass is the director and produced by Sriwass along with Eros International on Vedaashwaa Creations. SS Thaman provides tunes to this mass masala film.


Chandu aka Chandra Sekhar Dharma (Balakrishna) works on Departmental Store and lives a normal life with his in laws in Hyderabad City. He is married to Katyayani (Anjali) and later comes across Indu (Sonal Chauhan) who is in deep trouble. The problem gets worsen when Chandu lands himself in a huge mess when tried to save Indu.

Twist in the tale comes in the form of Drug Dealer Vikky (Vikramjit Virk) who also gets in clash with Indu and Chandra Sekhar due to Indu's brother. Will Chandu save Indu? What happens to Katyayani? Do Chandra Sekhar have any past is rest of the story.


Nandamuri Nata Simham Bala Krishna stood huge asset in the film with his mark performance once again. His energy is the major plus. His dialogues and powerful action is once again proved.

Anjali gives a decent performance in the film with limited role.

Sonal Chauhan's glamour is an added plus and her role gets all emotions in the
story twist.

Rati Agnihotri gives an major impact with her powerful performance while
Vikramjeet Virk gets an important role.

Technical Department:

Director Sriwass has done a decent job in showcasing the film with not much twists or turns in the film. His narration is neat and the director has taken his concentration in portraying Balakrishna in almost all frames.

Music Director SS Thaman's music gets decent score with an impressive BGM.

Production Values by Eros and Vedaashwa are rich

Cinematography is neat and Editing is good.


Dictator is the mix of all commercial elements and the director has safely played the game with routine commercial formula on screen. Balakrishna’s thumping Performance is the visual feast to the audience. The film has nothing new or an interesting plot, but the only thing we can expect is Balayya's mark through out the film.

Final Word:

Balayya Mark Film

RATING : 3/5