July 18, 2024
Extra Ordinary Man

Extra Ordinary Man Date of Release: December 8, 2023

Starring: Sampath Raj, Brahmaji, Hyper Aadhi, Dr. Rajasekhar, Sudhev Nair, Rao Ramesh, Rohini, Sreeleela, and others

Vakkantham Vamsi is the director.

Producers: Nikitha Reddy and N. Sudhakar Reddy

Director of Music: Harris Jayaraj

Cinematographers: Sai Sriram, Yuvraj J, and Arthur A. Wilson ISC

Prawin Pudi is the editor.

Rating: 2/5

Extra Ordinary Man, the latest film starring actor Nithiin, has debuted on huge screens across the globe today. The film’s promotional material created a positive buzz. Check out our review to see how it performs.


A young performer named Abhinay (Nithiin) is hoping for a miracle to help him become a hero. He meets affluent Likitha (Sreeleela), falls in love with her, and joins her company as CEO. He finally has his chance to save the day, but events don’t go as planned. Abhi chooses to take care of things by himself. What took place next? Why did Abhi become a Satan? What history does he have? The solutions will become clear in the film.

 Extra Credits:

After a long hiatus, Nithiin accepts a notable part that explores his humorous skills. It is to Vakkantham Vamsi’s credit that he saw this potential and gave Nithiin, a young artist, a distinct persona. His hilarious antics and comedic timing never fail to make people laugh.

Once more playing a part that was made just for him, Rao Ramesh excels, especially in the combination parts with Nithiin, which offer charming moments.

Rajashekar does a good job for himself in the little part he plays. Super Adhi and Brahmaji both make major humorous contributions to the movie.

Negative Points:

Extra Ordinary Man depends somewhat, but not entirely, on its screenplay even in the absence of a compelling story. Vakkantham Vamsi seems to rely more on characterizations than a strong storyline, which makes for a comedy-heavy movie.

Although the plot sounds good on paper, it is poorly done on screen, with illogical moments deftly covered up by humor and hip banter.

Again cast in a role that does little for her career, Sreeleela seems to have been picked more for her appearance and dance prowess than for any real character development.

Sudev Nair’s performance as the antagonist Nero falls flat, implying that the movie might have benefitted from using a different actor.

A few passable songs notwithstanding, the rest of the songs impede the general flow of the movie.

Technical Aspects:

Although Vakkantham Vamsi does a good job as a writer, the movie may have been improved with a more concentrated approach to the writing, particularly in the second half. It’s not a total disaster thanks to some funny sequences and a passable writing.

Although Harris Jayaraj does a respectable job with the score, the songs lack some of the enchantment. The work of Sai Sriram, Yuvraj J, and Arthur A. Wilson as cinematographers is excellent. In the second part, the editing could have been more polished. On the other hand, the production values are really noticeable.


Overall, Extra Ordinary Man is a semi-engaging comedic drama that features respectable performances from Rao Ramesh and Nithiin. The lighter moments are much needed. But a simple plot, dull scenes, and a less interesting second half screenplay make the movie fall flat. You could watch this movie this weekend if you don’t mind these things.

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