Nithiin‘s 30th film, the Telugu remake of ‘Andhadhun‘, and has been titled Maestro. Marking Nithiin’s birthday, the makers of the wrongdoing thrill ride uncovered its title poster at 12 PM that day. The lead actor will be seen playing the role of a visually impaired person n the forthcoming remake.
Actresses Tamannaah and Nabha Natesh have been roped in for crucial roles in this much awaited thriller. The iSmart Shankar heroine recently interacted with the media and revealed a lot of intersting facts about the film and her role in detail.
Nabha Natesh about Maestro:
According to Nabha Natesh, Andhadhun was a game changer for Bollywood and she also shared with the media that she was thrilled when offered to be a part of the film’s Telugu remake. “This is my first remake. Radhika Apte had performed wonderfully in Andhadhun and I was apprehensive about reprising her in the Telugu version. I didn’t watch the film to remain original in my performance”, the Vajrakaya debutant added.
Maestro is Nabha Natesh’s third release since the pandemic began and the actress said that shooting for the black comedy crime thriller movie amidst rising Covid cases was quite challenging.
We also come to know from the Maestro actress that director Merlapaka Gandhi derived only the main plot of Andhadhun for the remake and has made several changes in the Telugu version. “Maestro will showcase the unseen side of my acting skills. I’m eagerly waiting for the audience to compare my role with that of Radhika Apte’s in the Hindi original,” she concluded.
Produced by Nithiin’s father N Sudhakar Reddy and sister Nikitha Reddy under Shresth Movies banner, the upcoming Telugu remake of the thriller Andhadhun will have music composed by Mahati Swara Sagar, cinematography by J Yuvaraj and editing by S R Shekhar.
Maestro is scheduled for theatrical release on 17th September, 2021.