Review: Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi(Tharun Bhascker)

Review: Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi(Tharun Bhascker)

Cast : Vishwak Sen, Sai Sushanth, Abhinav Gomatam, Anisha Ambrose
Music Director : Vivek Sagar
Cinematographer : Niketh Bommi
Editor : Ravi Teja Girijala
Producer : Daggubati Suresh Babu
Director : Tharun Bhascker

Suresh Productions always manage to get hold of good projects and one of them is Ee Nagariniki Emaindi which has made its way to the theaters. Read on to see whether Tarun Bhaskar gets his second hit.

Story:
The story is about four direction less friends who decide to make a short film in order to buy a ring for their friend which he had lost in an accident. The start making it but often lead into problems. The crux of the story is as to how they come out of it as a group and make it up with each other.

Performances:
Abhinav Gomatam is the man who walks away with all the accolades. His character is what will stay with the audience even after they come out and he will be a major star in the coming days. Anisha Ambrose gets a good role. Vishwak Sen is amazing as the drunkard and the way he generates a comedy scene with Abhinav is amazing. Rest of the star cast are just used as padding artists.

Technicalities:
Tharun Bhascker's writing is fine and he makes sure that the film has all good moments which friends can relate. Vivek Sagar's music is very disappointing as none of the songs have a good feel. The film has a slow first half with only subplots being shown. The fun starts in second half and this is where things can get a bit boring. Too many conversations destract the flow and take the film at times. Logics are also gone in ma y places.

What clicks:
Comedy
Abhinav Gomatam

What flops:
Slow pace
Dull first half
Lack of depth in love story

Overall Analysis:
Tharun Bhascker has surely not got the magic of Pelli Choopulu repeated with this film but he makes sure that there is something for the youth which they can connect to in the form of good comedy. This film will only be liked by the youth and for the rest things can get ordinary.