ScreenAnarchy Top Kills: SIMHA

Associate Editor; Dallas, Texas (@HatefulJosh)
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ScreenAnarchy Top Kills: SIMHA
We haven't had an Indian film kill since the very first installment of ScreenAnarchy Top Kills.  I am here to resolve that.  This one is a doozy, too.

Simha is one of Tollywood's top grossing films of 2010, and it is pure mayhem from one end to the other.  I don't think I've seen this much killing in a film in a long while, certainly not one with this many intricately choreographed song and dance numbers.  The story is far too complex to attempt a synopsis, but in the interest of setting up this clip, I'll give a brief rundown:

Simha (Nandamuri Balakrishna) is a badass.  He's the local miracle working surgeon/vigilante hell-bent on creating order in his town.  In the interest of justice, he brutally murders criminals of all stripes in public, usually with a large cheering crowd of well-wishers.  In this scene, he has just telepathically discovered that the rowdies have gathered all in one spot in order to ambush him, but you don't ambush Simha.  He goes about roundly thrashing, hacking, breaking, disemboweling, and downright murdering dozens of baddies.  Simha has just been run through with 4 large spears and is surrounded, but that ain't the end.  Shit is about to get REAL...
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The 7th SamuraiDecember 28, 2010 8:16 AM

WTF just happened?! Final kill = mind officially blown

Al YoungDecember 28, 2010 12:45 PM

Best. Decapitation. Ever.

J HurtadoDecember 28, 2010 2:36 PM

You're welcome. I have a review disc waiting for me when I get home from vacation, trust me, I could have picked almost any 2 minutes out of the film and posted it here. Review is forthcoming.

srikar.gottipatiJanuary 4, 2011 8:59 AM

He is 50 years old and towards the end of his career was a mainstream hero. But he still has great energy levels in fights and dances.