It is possible it is on, and just the display isn't. If that is the case, it would need to be seen by a tech and/or have the display replaced. However you can also try the following.
NOTE: Yes, I know some phone batteries are not so easy to get to, on some devices. In such a case, make sure that your phone is not under warranty still before you try opening it up yourself. If it is under warranty, then contact the manufacturer first.
Try the following and see if it will turn on.
1. Remove the battery.
2. Press and hold the "Power" button for 20 seconds.
3. Now put the battery back in.
4. Plug it in to charge and allow it to fully charge before turning it on.
If this doesn't help, then test the charger cord to see if it is good. Either try your cord in another device, or try another devices cord on your device.
Should that not be the problem, then check the battery to see if it needs replacing.