Extra Ordinary Man Movie Review

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

Director: Vakkantham Vamsi

Producers: N. Sudhakar Reddy, Nikitha Reddy

Music Director: Harris Jayaraj

Nithiin, aiming for a comeback after previous movie setbacks, teams up with director Vakkantham Vasmi for “Extra Ordinary Man.” Can Vamsi, who previously directed ‘Naa Peru Surya’, redeem himself with this entertainer?


“Extra Ordinary Man” portrays Abhinay (Nithiin), a junior artist aspiring to be a hero, whose life changes upon meeting Lithika (Sreeleela) and ascending to the CEO position in her company. However, unforeseen events bring about a significant transformation in Abhi’s life, unveiling the circumstances that prompt this change.

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Nithiin impresses with his comedic skills, delivering moments of entertainment.
Rao Ramesh shines, especially in his scenes with Nithiin, contributing to the film’s enjoyable aspects.

The film effectively employs humor and character development.


Heavy reliance on comedy overshadows a weak storyline driven by trendy dialogues.

Sreeleela’s character lacks depth, seeming more focused on appearance than substance.

Sudev Nair’s portrayal as the antagonist falls short, indicating room for improvement in casting choices.

Technical Aspects:

Vakkantham Vamsi’s writing shows potential but lacks focus, especially in the latter part of the film.

Harris Jayaraj’s score is decent, but the songs fail to leave a significant impact.

The cinematography stands out, elevating the film’s production values.

Editing could have been more refined, particularly in the latter portions.

Nithiin's 'Extra Ordinary Man' Premieres in the USA Today


“Extra Ordinary Man” offers enjoyable comedic moments and commendable performances from Nithiin and Rao Ramesh. Yet, its simplistic storyline and weak second-half screenplay might not engage everyone. However, if you’re drawn to its comedy, the film could provide a decent watch despite its shortcomings.