Balakrishna’s Ruler Movie Review


Nandamuri Balakrishna is all set to thrill the masses with his next film Ruler. KS Ravikumar is the director and Vedhika, Sonal Chauhan are the leading ladies. The film is produced by C Kalyan and Chiranthan Bhatt is the music composer. The film is hitting the screens across the globe today. Here is the complete review of Ruler:


Sarojini Prasad (Jayasudha) is a business tycoon and she saves a youngster who is left injured. He forgets his past and takes care of the business operations. He gets renamed as Arjun Prasad (Balakrishna) and he takes the company into the top league. He comes to know about a bitter truth about Sarojini Prasad after which he travels to Uttar Pradesh. The rest of Ruler is all about his past and the truth behind the gangs in Uttar Pradesh. Watch Ruler to know about the dual shades of Arjun Prasad and his relation with a fearless cop Dharma.


Stylish Balakrishna
Balakrishna’s performance as Dharma
Interval and Climax episodes
Dialogues in Farmers episodes
Glamour quotient of heroines


Outdated direction
Second Half
Mass overdose
Pre-climax episodes
Balakrishna’s look as Dharma


Balakrishna as usual roars loud with his outstanding performance as Dharma and Arjun Prasad. He looks super stylish in one of the roles. Sonal Chauhan and Vedhika carried the film well with their glamorous presence. Prakash Raj, Jayasudha and Bhoomika played very important roles and they essayed them with perfection. All the other actors did their jobs well and they were well fit in the assignments.

Ruler 3 has an interesting plot and it is the screenplay, treatment that is quite crucial. The narration and writing looked completely outdated and made no impact. The dialogues are good at times. The editing work should have been better. The music was just ok and the background score looked decent. The cinematography work was good and the production values are grand. KS Ravikumar makes the film fall flat with his outdated directorial abilities.


Ruler is an outdated attempt because of the poor direction and writing. Balakrishna shines in the dual shades which alone cannot save the film.