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Extra Ordinary Man Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, December 8, 2023 • Telugu ]
Extra Ordinary Man Review
Sreshth Movies LLP
Nithiin, Sreeleela, Dr. Rajasekhar, Sudhev Nair, Rao Ramesh, Rohini, Sampath Raj, Brahmaji, Ajay, Harsha Vardhan, Suman, Annapurnamma, Pavitra Naresh
Vakkantham Vamsi
N Sudhakar Reddy, Nikitha Reddy
Harris Jayaraj

Extra Ordinary Man Review

Nithiin is readying to entertain movie lovers turning Extra Ordinary Man. Nithiin is pinning all his hopes on this film directed by Vakkantam Vamsi as his previous films failed to live up to the expectations. The presence of Sreeleela and the interesting and exciting teaser and trailer is attracting the attention of all.


Abhinav (Nithiin), relegated to the background as a junior artist, harbors ambitions of soaring to great heights in the world of cinema. While he patiently awaits his turn to shine as the top star, fate takes an unexpected turn when he secures a prestigious position at Yaksha Company, headed by the charismatic Likhitha (Sreeleela). Amidst the professional backdrop, Abhinav finds himself irresistibly drawn to Likhitha, adding a romantic dimension to his life.

Extra Ordinary Man Review

However, the plot takes a dramatic turn when Abhinav is presented with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to step into the spotlight as the lead actor. The sudden twist propels him from the sidelines to the forefront of the cinematic stage, altering the course of his life in unforeseen ways.

As the narrative unfolds, the audience is left intrigued by the mysterious connections that emerge, involving characters like Nero (Sudev Nair) and IG Vijay Chakravarthy. The story intricately weaves together these disparate threads, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats, eager to unravel the complexities and uncover the ties that bind Abhinav's newfound stardom to the enigmatic figures in his life.

Extra Ordinary Man Review


Nithiin, renowned for his entertaining prowess, delivers a spirited performance that captivates audiences. His impeccable comic timing and spontaneous dialogue delivery steal hearts, conveying an entertaining message through his expressive eyes. Nithiin's dynamic body language and compelling screen presence add an extra layer of enjoyment, truly livening up the atmosphere and showcasing his ability to bring characters to life.

Sreeleela casts a magic spell on viewers with her beauty and cute looks. Her chemistry with Nithiin is good on screen. While Sreeleela adds glamour and charm in the songs, her limited screen presence may disappoint fans who were eager to see more of her acting prowess.

Extra Ordinary Man Review

Among the supporting cast, Rao Ramesh stands out with a versatile performance, displaying a range of mannerisms, expressions, and emotions that enhance the overall cinematic experience.

Angry Star Rajasekhar, although confined to a few scenes, makes a notable impact with his presence.  Rajasekhar's entry drew huge applause and those who have been waiting for his appearance on the screen got delighted. He appeared in the role of a cop with numerous various that thrilled his fans. The way his hit song 'Aye Raju Gundello Neeve' from Ayudham evokes laughs bringing back the memories from the past. The referance to his wife Jeevitha in a dialogue excites all. His scenes with Nithiin came out well.

Extra Ordinary Man Review

Sudev Nair's portrayal as a villain is acceptable, albeit with shades of routine characterizations. The ensemble cast, including Brahmaji, Ajay, Harshavardhan, Annapurna, Pavitra Naresh, Ravi Varma, Hyper Aadi, Jagadish Pratap Bhandari, Sonia Singh, Satyasri, Hari Teja, Srikanth Iyengar, Rupa Lakshmi, Satyakrishnan, and Pradeep, contributes effectively within their respective roles.

Vakkantam Vamsi, known for powerful scripts, attempts a comeback after his directorial debut misstep with "Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India." While starting the narration on an intriguing note, the film ventures into a routine track, finding success in showcasing Nithiin's comedic talent in the first half. Nithiin's scenes with Rao Ramesh and others evoked laughs in the theatres. However, the second half falters with the predictable entry of the antagonist and borrowed scenes from previous works. Rajasekhar's entry in the second half took the film to another level turning everyone nostalgic.

Extra Ordinary Man Review

Harris Jayaraj's music, featuring mass beats, caters to a specific audience but lacks a lasting impact. The background score is deemed satisfactory, while Praveen Pudi's editing falls slightly below average, with noticeable drags that could have been addressed. Cinematography by Arthur A. Wilson ISC, Yuvraj J, and Sai Sriram is deemed acceptable but leaves room for improvement. The dialogues, production values, and overall execution are ordinary, with some moments of humor and entertainment, albeit not without flaws.


Nithiin, portraying the character of the Extra Ordinary Man, offers a delightful dose of entertainment to the audience. His performance is marked by commendable variations and emotional depth, showcasing his versatility as an actor. While Nithiin's portrayal contributes significantly to the film's appeal, a bit of fine-tuning in the script could have elevated it to even greater heights. The potential for excellence is evident, and with slight adjustments, the film could have achieved a new level of impact, leaving a lasting impression on the viewers.

Rating: 2.5 / 5.0

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