Cast: Vishwak Sen, Abhinav Gomatam, Sai Sushanth Reddy, Venkatesh Kakumanu, Anisha Ambrose, Simran Chaudhary etc.
Direction: Tharun Bhascker
Banner: Suresh Productions
Producers: Suresh Babu
Music: Vivek Sagar
Release Date: June 29, 2018
Director Tharun Bhascker made banging debut with Pelli Choopulu which was a runaway hit. Will he broke second film jinx with Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi made completely with new cast:
A batch of friends- Kaushik, Karthik, Upender, Vivek meet after four years as marriage of Kaushik is fixed with his boss’s daughter. They mistakenly go to Goa where they decide to make a short film to earn money. Actually, they are in desperate need of money as Kaushik loses his engagement ring worth of Rs 5 Lakhs. They finally make a short film, after all initial struggles. Rest of the story is how they make big in life by making feature film…
2. Lead Actor’s Performance
1. Few Slow Bits
2. Lack of emotions
Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi is second film for director Tharun Bhascker who enthused all with his maiden directorial Pelli Choopulu. Thus, expectations were quite high on Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi. Although few top stars were ready to work with him, Tharun made his second film with newcomers. In fact, script requires all new faces. The film is all about how people of this generation are living a fake life for show off in society. You will identify yourself in one of the characters and will surely memorize your college days while watching few sequences. Although there are some slow moments, it turned out a fun ride owing to excellent writing. In fact, you will get a feeling of watching a friends batch is conversing something every time they sit at pub or somewhere else to discuss. Car accident, Bar sequence are best parts in first half, wherein studio sequence are entertaining ones in second half.
Vishwak Sen, Abhinav Gomatam, Sai Sushanth Reddy and Venkatesh Kakumanu who played as friends batch played their parts efficiently. Especially, Abhinav Gomatam provided lots of entertainment. Each and every bit he appeared was hilarious. His dialogue delivery and mannerisms tickle our funny bones. Anisha Ambrose was decent and Simran Chaudhary played the role of Vishwak’s girlfriend quite convincingly. Other artists were good.
Tharun Bhascker succeeded in writing some hilarious sequences, wherein he failed to include emotional sequences which are necessary for any kind of films. However, Tharun did a wonderful job as director. Vivek Sagar who worked for Pelli Choopulu has given fascinating tunes and his work on background score too was appealing. Cinematography by Niketh Bommi was colorful. Editor should have deleted few unwanted scenes in second half. Production values are good.
Youth will love Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi because of excellent writing. Overall, the movie may not appeal to all section of audience.
Youthful Crazy Entertainer