Bobby Kolli, Sithara Entertainments' release special birthday glimpse from of Nandamuri Balakrishna from NBK109

Nandamuri Balakrishna commands Telugu Cinema as "Natural Born King" - NBK, the "God of Masses" and his recent form has been the big talk of the town. He is delivering some memorable characters and huge theatrical blockbusters. Now, he is gearing up to entertain masses with NBK109 in the direction of super successful writer-director Bobby Kolli. 

Sithara Entertainments, one of the busiest and most successful production houses of Telugu Cinema, is producing the film on a lavish canvas. The makers have unveiled a special birthday glimpse to introduce the character of Nandamuri Balakrishna, "A Monster that even Evil would fear". 

Already, they released an important glimpse giving us a sneak peek into the world of NBK109 and now, they have introduced the character with a hint about his dangerous mission. 

Bobby Kolli has carved a niche for himself in making thundering action blockbuster movies with big stars. Going by the two glimpses released by the makers, he seems to be presenting NBK at his stylish and violent best, in NBK109. 

Adding to his stunning visual choreography, S Thaman's adept background score makes it an experience for viewers. Also, cinematographer Vijay Kartik Kannan presented NBK in mass frames of Bobby Kolli, aptly adhering to the fans' anticipation. 

Niranjan Devaramane's cuts and Avinash Kolla's production design also stands out in this monstrous glimpse. Famous Bollywood actor Bobby Deol is playing the antagonist role in the film. 

Suryadevara Naga Vamsi and Sai Soujanya of Sithara Entertainments and Fortune Four Cinemas, respectively, are producing the film and Srikara Studios is presenting it. More details will be announced soon.


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