Story –After 11 years of Telugu film ‘Simha Raasi’ the Kannada version ‘Narasimha’ is appearing on silver screen. Rajasekhar has done in Telugu in V Samudram direction here in ‘Narasimha’ V Ravichandran had done in S Mohan screenplay, direction and dialogues.
It is about the ill fated child who does not get mother care because she is afflicted with Leprosy. Growing under the tutelage of father Narasimha comes up in great strength physically and financially. He sleeps on floor and he eats only Ragi floor food. In the village where he is living the politician elected should be obedient to the people. He has to sign the conditions and then only file nomination papers. Ugrappa (Ravishanker) is opponent to Narasimha principles and facing defeat once he keeps quiet to take revenge later on. When Narasimha finds that his father second wife daughter is living he brings her home. Ugrappa brother Krishna (Tilak) falls in love with Narasimha sister and marriage is fixed.
For the sake of villagers Narasimha is ready to sacrifice anything in life. As expected the revenge tale further blows up when Ugrappa comes with another proposal. On the other hand the prominent village residents advice Narasimha to marry Varsha who is immensely in love with Narasimha. Varshan falls to the pond when Narasimha reject. As usual in Indian cinema the end is expected.