Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi Movie Review


Release date: June 29, 2018

starring: Vishwak Sen, Sai Sushanth, Abhinav Gomatam, Anisha Ambrose

Director : Tharun Bhascker

Producer : Daggubati Suresh Babu

Music Director : Vivek Sagar

Cinematographer : Niketh Bommi

Editor: Ravi Teja Girijala

The youthful entertainer, Ee Nagaraniki Yemaindi has finally hit the big screens amidst huge expectations. Let us see whether the movie lived up to the hype around it.


Ee Nagaraniki Yemaindi is all about 4 friends who try to rediscover themselves after parting ways for a few years. They go on a trip to goa and their lives change forever. What inspires them to take such humongous decisions? Will they stick to the newly- found changes? Watch the movie on big screens to catch the answers.

The lead actors are the main advantages to this youthful entertainer. Especially the Kaushik character is an absolute winner and stands out in every single aspect. Vishwak sen as a rebellious story writer is apt for his role and brings a lot of depth to the proceedings with a settled performance.

The entire setup looks very authentic and a big part of this credit to the casting department. Even the supporting actors have come up with some solid performance, enhancing the final output.


The director, Tharun Bhascker was clear about the entire movie right from the initial stages. He does not shy away to add a few out of the box scenes that may not ho well with the regular audience. However, he fails to keep up the tempo all through as the overall track looks a bit patchy and unconvincing.

Camera works are commendable for this new ave entertainer and things get interesting in a few tricky scenes that occur in the initial stages of the second half.

Music by Gopi Sunday goes with the narrative and the songs are just above fine. The background works are really impressive though.

Final verdict:

Ee Nagaraniki Yemaindi is a not-for-everyone movie that is high on youthful content and strictly for the target audience. The movie may end up as a boring and unappealing affair for the convention audience who got used to the repetitive style of narration. Go watch the movie for some wholesome entertainment, but please don’t go with Pelli Choopulu movie in mind.