Vishwak Sen, Sushanth Reddy, Abhinav, Venkatesh Kakamanu, Anisha Ambrose and Simran Chowdary played the lead roles in the new film Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi. Tharun Bhascker Dhassyam directed the movie, and Suresh Babu Daggubati produced the film under Suresh Productions banner.
Vivek Sagar is the music director, and the audio album has become a big hit in the recent times. The makers released the film amidst a lot of expectations, and the theatrical trailer has hiked the expectations on the project. The movie is targeted at youth and check out the review of the film here.
Four friends who set their journey to Goa will come back with significant transformation in their lives. What happens in Goa forms the story of the film.
All the four actors have played their parts very well in the movie. They have brought naturality to their characters. Especially, Abhinav who played the character Koushik deserves a special mention for his performance.
Anisha Ambrose and Simran Chowdary who played the heroines have given their best and made their presence felt. The rest of the casting is excellent and did justice to the roles assigned to them.
The cinematography by Niketh Vammuganti is impressive. The cinematography is in sync with the storytelling and it is a positive aspect of the movie. The editing is neat, and it has elevated the cinematic experience.
The music by Vivek Sagar is charming. His background score is good as well. The production design is impressive. While the technical team has given their best, the creative team also did a satisfying job. The production values by Suresh Productions are grand.
The film Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi is one of the best youthful entertainers in the recent times. The film touches every soul of the youth and takes us back to the good times we have spent in the school and college life. The film will also make us remember with whom we have hanged out the most but missing them currently.
Tharun Bhascker Dhassyam who came up with a family entertainer with his debut has caught the pulse of young audiences perfectly and generated natural humor that will impress all classes of audiences. On the whole, the film is enjoyable entirely and even makes us emotional in parts. Worth watching.