Junior artist Abhinay hopes for a miraculous ascent to hero status. His life takes a turn when he falls in love with the affluent Likitha and joins her company as CEO. Despite getting an opportunity to be the hero, Abhi faces unexpected challenges, prompting him to take matters into his own hands. The unfolding events and their resolution will be revealed in the movie.

After a hiatus, Nithiin embraces a significant role that showcases his comedic prowess. Vakkantham Vamsi deserves credit for recognizing and nurturing this aspect of Nithiin’s talent, crafting a unique persona for the young performer. Nithiin’s impeccable comedic timing and entertaining antics never fail to elicit laughter. Once again, Rao Ramesh shines in a role tailor-made for him, and his scenes with Nithiin are particularly delightful. Rajashekar delivers a commendable performance in his brief role. Brahmaji and Hyper Adhi further elevate the film’s comedic elements.

The film “Extra Ordinary Man,” featuring Nani and Mrunal Thakur and directed by Shouryuv, offers a deeply emotional cinematic journey. The 155-minute movie delves into the nuances of love, marriage, and parenthood, aiming to captivate audiences and fulfill their emotional sensibilities.

While Vakkantham Vamsi’s writing exhibits excellence in certain aspects, a more focused approach to the script, particularly in the second part, could have elevated the overall quality of the film. However, the movie manages to avoid complete disaster, thanks to some humorous sequences and a decent screenplay. Although Harris Jayaraj delivers a respectable score, the songs lack the enchantment found in the rest of the film. Cinematographers Sai Sriram, Yuvraj J, and Arthur A. Wilson contribute commendably, but there’s room for improvement in the editing of the second half.

“Extra Ordinary Man” leans somewhat, though not entirely, on its screenplay despite a weak narrative foundation. The film heavily relies on comedy, seemingly prioritizing characterizations over a robust script. While the story is well-conceived, its execution on screen falls short, with illogical scenes skillfully masked by humor and trendy dialogue.

Sreeleela’s casting appears to emphasize her dancing abilities and attractiveness rather than substantial character development, especially in her relatively minor role. Opting for a more suitable actor might have enhanced the movie’s overall impact, as Sudev Nair’s portrayal of the antagonist Nero lacks depth. The remaining songs, despite a few passable ones, hinder the film’s overall flow.

Ratings: 2/5

The second half of the film proves to be dull, featuring a straightforward plot, mundane scenes, and a screenplay devoid of depth. If you can overlook these aspects, the movie might still be watchable. However, it merits a modest 2 out of 5-star rating.

On the whole, the film falls into the category of commercial entertainment. While the humor has its moments, it doesn’t manage to fully captivate the audience.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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