Ruler Trailer: Nandamuri Balakrishna will soon be seen in the eagerly awaited action and romantic drama Ruler, in which he will make his screen presence in new avatar. Balakrishna starerr, helmed by KS Ravikumar, has grabbed the attention due to its powerful teaser and this indicates things are heading in the right direction. Today the makers of Ruler have also unveiled the trailer. Ruler Trailer features plenty of action sequences, glamour, pain, emotion, dreadful villains and punch dialogues. It is a no-brainer attempt from KS Ravi Kumar for Balakrishna starrer Ruler. It looks like Ruler is being made on the old concept of revenge drama.
Ruler has all the commercial elements which are seen in a typical Balakrishna film. The dialogues, “Fire engine lakaa?,” “Kaadu aa fire ke phone chesthunna.” “Praanalu theese athani gatham kante naa samsthalni munduku nadipinche athani bhavishyathu naaku mukhyam”, “Ee dhaanyam thintunaa meere intha pogaru choopisthunte….deenni pandinchina raithuki inkentha poweroo, pogaroo vuntundo choopinchamantaavaa”, “Parcel cheyyadaniki idi debbathinna simham raa! Antha thondaragaa chaavadu. Ventaadi,vetaadi champuddi.” are highlighted in Ruler Trailer.
Ruler is an action drama, in which Balakrishna is playing the role of a ferocious cop. It features Vedhika and Sonal Chauhan in the female leads and is being directed by KS Ravikumar. The shoot of Ruler has been already wrapped up and currently, the post-production work is going on at the brisk pace. It is bankrolled by C Kalyan of C K Entertainment whereas music is composed by Chirantan Bhatt, who earlier composed for Balakrishna’s films like ‘Gautamiputra Satakarni’ and ‘Jai Simha’.
Balakrishna and KS Ravikumar have earlier teamed up for Jai Simha, which turned out to be a successful venture. This film Ruler marks the second collaboration between Balayya Babu and Ravikumar.
Balakrishna was last seen in the biopic of the legendary actor and politician, Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao. It was released in two parts as – NTR Kathanayakudu and NTR Mahanayakudu but ended up commercially flop.