Director Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam’s Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi (ENE) starring Vishwaksen Naidu, Sushanth Reddy, Abhinav Gomatam, Venkatesh Kakumanu, Anisha Ambrose and Simran Chowdary, Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi Movie Review and Ratings has received a positive talk from the audiences. Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi is a comedy-drama and which has been produced by D Suresh Babu, Srinivas Kaushik, and Venkat Siddareddy. Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi Movie Censor received a U/A certificate from the censor board.
Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi Movie Review and Rating
Released on: Jun 29, 2018
Banner: Suresh Productions
Casting: Vishwak Sen, Sai Sushanth, Abhinav Gomatam, Venkatesh Kakumanu, Anisha Ambrose, Simran Chowdary, and Others
Music: Vivek Sagar
Director: Tharun Bhascker
Producer: Suresh Daggubati
Cinematographer: Niketh Bommireddy
Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi Movie Story:
The Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi movie is about four software engineers, who quit their jobs to pursue their dream of making a feature film. What sort of problems these ambitious friends face in the process? Who supports them to fulfill their dreams? Answers to these questions form the crux of the story.
Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi Cast Performances:
The Debutante actors Vishwaksen Naidu, Sushanth Reddy, Abhinav Gomatam, Venkatesh Kakumanu, Anisha Ambrose, and Simran Chowdary have played the lead roles. They have done justice to their respective roles. Their performances are highlights of Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi say the audience.
Technical: Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi has decent production values. Vivek Sagar’s songs and background score, Niketh Bommireddy’s camera work, Ravi Teja Girijala’s editing, and Tharun Bhascker’s punch dialogues are the attractions on the technical front of the movie, say the viewers.
Verdict: Overall ‘ EeNagaranikiEmaindi ‘ is an unconventional, slow-paced, subtle comedy film that revolves around four childhood friends. Director Tharun Bhascker’s fresh approach in making, dialogues, all 4 lead actors’ performance are positive points. Ultra-slow-paced meaningless scenes here and there, lack of good songs, redundant drunken scenes may limit the box-office performance. While trying to be different, this film ends up a little short of high expectations and may appeal to urbane youth.