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Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi Verdict: Average

Release Date: 2018-06-29AP/TS First Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr
AP/TS First Week: Rs. 0.00 CrAP/TS Lifetime: Rs. 2.70 Cr
India First Week: Rs. 0.00 CrIndia Lifetime: Rs. 2.95 Cr
Worldwide First Week: Rs. 0.00 CrWorldwide Lifetime: Rs. 4.50 Cr
USA Locations: USA
USA Premiers: $ 100 KUSA First Day: $ 188 K
USA First Week: $ 475 KUSA Lifetime: $ 523 K

INDIA CIRCUIT COLLECTIONS

  • ALL INDIA 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 2.95 Cr
  • TELUGU STATES 1st Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr | 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 2.70 Cr
  • NIZAM 1st Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr | 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 1.16 Cr
  • CEDED 1st Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr | 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 0.25 Cr
  • UA 1st Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr | 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 0.40 Cr
  • GUNTUR 1st Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr | 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 0.20 Cr
  • EAST 1st Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr | 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 0.18 Cr
  • KRISHNA 1st Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr | 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 0.32 Cr
  • WEST 1st Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr | 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 0.10 Cr
  • NELLORE 1st Day: Rs. 0.00 Cr | 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 0.09 Cr
  • ROI 1st Week: Rs. 0.00 Cr | Final: Rs. 0.25 Cr
  • CAST & CREDITS

    • Movie HeroVishwaksen Naidu, Sushanth ReddyAbhinav Gomatam, Venkatesh Kakumanu
    • Movie Heroine
    Director:Tharun Bhascker

    US box office : Sanju is fantastic, ENE is moderate

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    Tollywood’s latest offering Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi is having a moderate run at US box office and Bollywood biggie Sanju took a flying start with solid collections in the first weekend.

    Tharun Bhascker’s buddy comedy Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi performed on an average note in its first weekend. Despite its limited appeal and not having any movie pass offers, the film managed to collect $ 360K by the end of Sunday.

    Comedian turned hero Shakala Shankar’s Sambo Shankara is a complete wash out in overseas as the film collected an embarrassing $ 80 in the first weekend.

    Ranbir Kapoor’s Sanju, which is billed as a authentic biopic of Sanjay Dutt, is having a fantastic run in overseas. After raking in $ 760k on its opening day, the collections are rock solid over the weekend and the total has surpassed the $ 2.6 M by the end of Sunday. Trade circles reckon that the film is going to have a strong run because of the positive word of mouth.

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    Tharun Bhascker’s ‘Amateurish’ comment on reviewers

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    Pelli Choopulu director Tharun Bhascker has commented harshly on reviewers after his latest offering Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi got below par reviews in some websites. In his Instagram post, he opined that those who write reviews have zero knowledge on various aspects involved in filmmaking.

    Requesting audience not to compare this buddy comedy with Pelli Choopulu, Tharun said that he could never satisfy some websites. He added that reviewers are horrible and unqualified to review a movie. He suggested that a review should be given by a person who has atleast done a film appreciation course.

    It seems the young director has forgotten how Pelli Choopulu got huge boost due to super positive reviews from all corners. Tharun should bear in mind that it is the rave reviews that have helped Pelli Choopulu emerge as a huge commercial hit despite its low star cast.

    His ‘amateurish’ comments on reviews now make one feel that he is getting carried away by the fact that audience and critics are little disappointed with the film which could have been more better on various aspects.

    He should also note that Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi garnered to impress some sections of audience and few critics have also rated the film on the scale of 3 out of five for this entertaining factor.

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    ‘ Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi’ Review – Appeals to Youth

    Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi Review

    Telugu360 Rating 3/5

    Vivek, Karthik, Kaushik and Upendra are childhood friends. An aspirant director, Vivek plans to make short films with the help of other three as technicians. Meanwhile Vivek addicts to alcohol after breakup with his lover. Gradually each one of the four friends takes different career path until the day they re-unite. Back to their elements, the gang kicks off liquor parties and one ill-fated night all of them end up in GOA. Rest of the story is how they enjoy life in GOA, what kind of life decisions they take etc.

    Performances:

    VishwakSenNaidu as Vivek , Sushant Reddy as Karthik , AbhinavGomatam as Kaushik , VenkateshKakumanu as Upendra are the four main characters in this film. Each one of them excelled in acting becomes familiar to us by end of the film. Heroines Anisha Ambrose, SimranChowdary are adequate.Influence of ‘the hangover ‘can be visible in artists’ getups .Vijay Deverakonda’s cameo is interesting one

    Analysis:

    As they say ‘First impression is the best impression’. Within first few minutes, one can feel the director’s unconventional approach. The natural conversation between the friends, Scenes with no background score, spot dubbing to give off-beat feel,Karthik’s scene as club manager all in all TharunBhascker arrests the audience with his bold approach combined with talented writing. Once each character has been established, the fun ride starts. Kaushik as English film dubbing artist is hilarious, so is the gang’s drunken scenes. Vivek love proposing to the short film heroine scene came out well. . However, as movie progresses the scenes become redundant. The interval episodes make up for the downside of first half.

    In second half, story lacks neither depth nor any emotion. Many scenes with conversations serve no purpose. Kaushik – Vivek drunken scene, Upendra’s Hindi dialogues scenes are saving grace in other wise boring second half.

    ‘ Pellichoopulu’ or any other hit movies carry strong characterizations of protagonists. This film has realistic conversations but the four friends’ individual characterization is poorly written. Karthik – the club manager characterization is half baked one. Though vivek’s attitude is shown it lacks characterization. There is no single impressive song in the film which is another drawback. Overall second half disappoints except two comedy sequences.

    Positives:

    • Tharun Bhascker’s Subtle comedy dialogues
    • Youth appealing friends’ scenes
    • Direction and casting
    • First half entertainment
    • Lead actors’ performance

    Negatives:

    • Slow paced narration
    • Very weak songs
    • Weak story

    Verdict:

    ‘ EeNagaranikiEmaindi ‘ is an unconventional , slow paced , subtle comedy film which revolves around four childhood friends. Director Tharun Bhascker’s fresh approach in making , dialogues, all 4 lead actors’ performance are positive points. Ultra-slow paced meaningless scenes here and there, lack of good songs , redundant drunken scenes may limit the box-office performance . While trying to be a different, this film ends up little short of high expectations and may appeal for urbane youth.

    Telugu360 Rating 3/5Release Date : 29th June, 2018
    Director : Tharun Bhascker
    Music Director : Vivek Sagar
    Choreography : Niketh Bommi
    Producer : D. Suresh Babu
    Starring : Vishwaksen Naidu, Sushanth Reddy, Abhinav Gomatam, Venkatesh Kakumanu

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    Grand premieres for Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi today

    The wait for young and promising director Tharun Bhascker’s second film Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi is finally ending.

    After the filmmaker won everyone’s hearts with his debut film Pelli Choopulu, he kept everything low key before beginning work on his second film that is hitting the theatres, starting from today.

    With grand premieres for the film across the US, the overseas distributors Weekend Cinemas have made elaborate preparations to enthrall the audiences at various locations across the US as the films is set for a worldwide release across the country in 142 centers, a grand opening for a small film like this.

    The music by Vivek Sagar has already been creating waves, generating a great deal of attention for the film.

    Another interesting factor in the film would be the young and promising cast that will add an edge to Tharun Bhascker’s novel style of filmmaking.

    Get set to watch a fun buddy comedy that you can enjoy equally with friends and family at the premieres today, the 28th of June at cinemas close to you in the States.

    Watch this space for more updates.

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    Press release by: Indian Clicks, LLC

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    Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi to have a surprising Cameo

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    Tharun Bhascker’s second outing Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi has been carrying decent buzz and it is expected to take a decent opening. Vishwak Sen, Sai Sushanth, Abhinav Gomatam, Venkatesh Kakumanu, Anisha Ambrose and Simran Chowdary essayed the lead roles in this urban comedy which is releasing this Friday. The film will have a surprising cameo that comes at the end of the film.

    Vijay Devarakonda will be seen playing a short film actor in Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi during the climax. Vijay Devarakonda was the lead actor in Tharun Bhascker’s debut film Pelli Choopulu which turned out to be a huge launch pad for the actor. Vivek Sagar’s music is already trending all over and Suresh Productions bankrolled Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi.

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    My aim has always been to take my father’s business to newer heights: Anisha Ambrose

    Nagaraj Goud

    Having featured in a slew of notable films like ‘Gopala Gopala’, ‘Manamantha’ and ‘Fashion Designer- S/o Ladies Tailor’, Anisha Ambrose chose to audition for Tharun Bhascker’s Friday dated ‘Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi’ despite being aware of the fact that the director wasn’t on the lookout for experienced actors. This is because she wanted to work with the one-film-old as she liked his ‘sensibilities’ in ‘#Pellichoopulu’. “I went to Suresh Productions office and said, ‘Okka chance’ (chortles). They made me audition for one part (which was eventually played by Simran Chowdary). They liked it and later called me for another part Shirley. They liked it too and gave me the option to choose. Shirley was my pick,” Anisha flashbacks speaking to telugu360.com, while adding that there were no awkward feelings at all. “An actress shelf life is less and you have to do as much work as possible in that limited span. And it was just a matter of trying. That’s what I felt.”

    A buddy comedy, ‘Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi’ follows the journey of four friends (played by Vishwak Sen, Abhinav, Venkat and Sushanth) who are out to make a short film. Shirley, says Anisha, gives them a window. “Tharun gave me the part and said, ‘Play the way you interpret it’. That way he was different from the other set of directors I’ve worked with until now. Shirley is a piano player, who has Telugu roots but is based out of Goa,” Anisha shares, adding that while she prepped for the part by taking piano lessons from Vivek Sagar, film’s musician, Latha, Tharun’s wife and also stylist, did her look. “She had a vision about Shirley should look like and we moulded her accordingly.”

    She admits that ‘Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi’ was the first unit that had both cast and crew belonging to her age group. “The 20-day Goa schedule was nothing short of a jolly trip. We had a whale of time,” she smiles, adding that the since it’s a buddy film, the cast required to be friends off sets first. “There were no sirs and garus and we’ve became buddies for real even before we went to floors. The atmosphere that Tharun created on sets had a lot to do with our bonding. From the reports that I’ve got till now from the private screenings, one unanimous observation was that the film is a laugh-riot.”
    This is also the first time that Anisha has shot for a film in sync sound, which rules out dubbing. “Most of the times I delivered dialogue in a certain way, the dubbing artiste would give it a different emotion. So this time it’s completely me and I’m happy about it,” she exults, admitting that since the dialogues were in simple Telugu, it wasn’t quite a task for her— though her Telugu is good.
    She says that Tharun’s stories are from real life. “For ‘Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi’, he picked a lot from his own life. The friends go to Goa for a short film fest in the film, an episode which transpired in Tharun’s life sometime back. He lives his stories first and later translates them to screen,” she adds, with a laugh.

    Anisha hasn’t tasted true success yet in spite of this being her fifth year in the industry and she maintains that the thought— she being an unsuccessful actress—has never crossed her mind as she began to shoot for ‘Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi’. She informs that since the beginning of her career, films were just a break for her from what she wants to eventually do with her future—taking her dad’s business to newer heights. “Movies were just a break for me so that I don’t feel like I’ve done nothing in my life regardless of studying so much and straightaway leap into my father’s business. Even my parents didn’t want me to be like that; they wanted me to do what I felt like doing and come back to business at a time that I was comfortable with. So, every time a film of mine didn’t do well, it did affect me but my mom always reminded that movies were just a hobby and that I have other things to look forward to. Those words of her always brought back me to a point where I used to tell myself, ‘I’m doing cinema out of zeal. This film didn’t work? Ok. I’ll get another one’,” she says.

    On her future projects, she shares, “I’m making my Tamil debut with a gangster flick. It mostly features newcomers. There’s also a Telugu-Tamil bilingual with cinematographer-turned-director Nizar Shafi. It is 70 per cent through.”

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    For the next two years, it’s about processes and quality for Suresh Babu

    Nagaraj Goud

    Leading producer Suresh Babu’s tryst with small cinema is not just ending with June 29 dated ‘Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi’ if his next line-up of films—with Ravikanth Perepu, ‘Dorasani’ (with debutant Mahendra) and ‘C/O Kancharapalem’—are any pointers. Is this the road ahead for him? No, not really. He’d be doing tent-pole cinema too, as his immediate next would be headlined by his superstar brother Venkatesh and nephew Naga Chaitanya. It is tentatively titled as ‘Venky Mama’ and he’d be producing it along with People Media Factory. “With the aim of bringing new talent and new effective processes, I’d be associated with a lot of small cinema moving forward, albeit a different one at it,” he states as we sit down with him for a chat at Ramanaidu Studios, Hyderabad.

    Process is the new mantra that he wants to chant as he believes that the industry is below par when it comes to quality. “Whether we are doing the biggest or the smallest of cinema, we’ve become a quantity industry not a quality industry. The habit of not following due processes for the betterment of any product exists in all fields, which is why we are not as great a nation as we could be. At least as far as industry goes, I want to raise the quality bar,” he lets his intentions clear, adding that some time back he met a foreigner who told him that Indian films are not accepted internationally because of poor images and sound. “He told me, ‘Your cameras and sound equipment are same to that of the world, but then you lack discipline’. Those words stayed with me.”

    The Tollywood heavy hitter continues, saying that some IT organizations, Pharma companies and ISRO have followed processes and achieved world-class results. It’s time we emulate them, he feels. “It should be a conscious effort from the industry’s end that we improve our quality. With ‘Emaindi Ee Nagaraniki’, it was not the content that surprised me but the resultant ‘quality’ product that Tharun Bhascker and his young team made, in the amount that I gave them. They shot in sync sound; they did the script in advance and like-wise many other things. Yes, there were areas where they could’ve improved a bit but then I never got the people who knew the process to this degree till now.”

    He admits it’s going to be a challenging couple of years ahead for Suresh Productions. “ I’ve told the teams of my upcoming production ventures, ‘let us follow a process’. Earlier, we followed experienced processes but they were not documented. We have to document them and come up with a handbook for Indian filmmakers and make it mandatory for production staff. There’s a production handbook for American cinema where they list out the all the guidelines that a production staff should follow. US works that way, whereas we follow processes at absolutely necessary places and at other places, we just don’t because we know our work gets done at the end of the day. We are coming with a film mentorship program at Ramanaidu Film School, so that the students will follow a set process from the initial stages of script development to the end of post-production,” he explains.

    Suresh fondly remembers that the first man who emphasized about quality to him was the celebrated tunesmith AR Rahman who worked on the music of his 1994 cop-drama ‘Super Police’. “He kept on harping that we should excel at sound, while I conveniently ignored him. Look where he ended up,” he smiles.

    He foresees that most Telugu filmmakers will be using sync sound technology henceforth. “Mumbai has started the use of sync sound. Aamir Khan shoots all of his films on sync because he realized its value. When did sync sound go off? When cameras and lights became loud and as we started shooting outdoors, right? Most English films are shot on sync sound. In fact, for four-wheeler explosion scenes too, 70 -75 per cent directors use sync. When I went to the sets of ‘Ee Nagariniki Emaindi’, I was taken aback at the discipline that was being maintained on sets. There was no murmuring and everyone was focused on the job at hand. Which is why I felt the performances turned out to be so strong. Sync sound usage will only increase in the coming days. If there are noisy surroundings, we will get better mics,” he signs off.

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    Grand premieres for Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi on June 28

    Director Tharun Bhascker is back! After wowing the Telugu audiences with his award-winning film Pelli Choopulu, the director did take quite a long gap.

    Turns out he was working on his next, another coming of age film Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi, a coming of age film that is gaining wide attention thanks to the interesting promos that have been released so far.

    Just like in his debut film, the talented director has once again cast an interesting set of fresh faces. Vishwak Sen, Sushanth Reddy, Abhinav Gomatam, Venkatesh Kakumanu, Anisha Ambrose and Simran Choudary play the lead roles in the film that is a buddy film that is inspired from real incidents.

    And now, with the recent announcement of the film’s release on June 29, a grand release is being planned worldwide.

    The audiences in the US are in for a sure treat with Weekend Cinema, the overseas distributors for the film who aim to bring the best of Indian cinema to audiences across the world, planning grand premieres for the film on June 28 and audiences across the Americas can catch a glimpse of the film, that has already received rave reviews from anyone who’s seen it.

    Well, looks like it’s time for audiences to get set for a treat to the senses with Tharun Bhascker’s amazing vision accompanied by Vivek Sagar’s musical brilliance that is already being appreciated by the audiences with the recently released songs from the film’s album.

    For Details, Please Contact:

    Prabhakar: +1 (804)-300-8759

    Harsha: +1 (848)-259-1619

    www.WeekendCinemaUSA.com

    Click Here!! for the Trailer.

    Press release by: Indian Clicks, LLC

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    Tharun Bhascker’s next release date locked

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    Young and talented director Tharun Bhascker who made an impressive debut with Pelli Choopulu is ready with his second film Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi. The film’s trailer has been a smashing hit all over and kept the expectations on the film high.Vishwak Sen, Sai Sushanth, Abhinav Gomatam, Venkatesh Kakumanu, Anisha Ambrose and Simran Chowdary are the lead actors out of which most of them are fresh faces.

    The makers arranged a special press meet to reveal that Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi will hit the screens on June 29th all over. Vivek Sagar composed the music and Suresh Productions bankrolled this prestigious project. Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi banks on urban comedy and is all about the stories of four aspiring youngsters. With no urban entertainers in the recent times, Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi will have enough scope to impress the audience if the film has interesting content.

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    Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi trailer : Quirky tale of friends

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    Talented director Tharun Bhascker hogged the limelight after delivering a sensational hit Pelli Choopulu. He is now back with yet another interesting film titled as Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi, the trailer of which has been unveiled today.

    The two minute trailer takes us on a fun ride with quirkily etched characters and peppy milieu. The trailer presents the tale of a group of fun-loving and happy go lucky friends who pursue different goals. Anisha Ambrose is the only familiar face in the cast and the rest and new appearances.

    Looks like Tharun has weaved a tight comic plot yet again to aim at the younger generation audience. The dialogues are laced with humour aplenty and promises an out and out hilarious drama.

    With star producer Suresh Babu at the helm, no doubt the production values are going to be top notch. The film is arriving in cinemas very soon.

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