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The original version in Telugu had Nani and Nivetha Thomas playing the lead roles.

The hit Telugu film Ninnu Kori is all set to be remade in Tamil. Atharva will be reprising Nani's role and Anupama Parameswaran will be reprising the role done by Nivetha Thomas in the original version. The film is directed by R Kannan who recently collaborated with Atharva for Boomerang. The role played by Aadhi in the original will be played by actor Amitash Pradhan who played the villain in Dhanush's Velaiyilla Pattathari.

The film is now on the verge of completing the shoot and the crew will be flying down to Azerbaijan for a 15-day schedule with which the entire shoot comes to an end.

The film also stars Aadukalam Naren, Kaali Venkat, Jagan, RS Shivaji, and Vidyullekha Raman. Produced by R. Kannan in association with M.K.R.P Productions, the film has cinematography by Shanmuga Sundaram and RK Selva in charge of editing. The film has action sequences choreographed by Stunt Silva.

Ninnu Kori is a romantic drama film that was directed by Shiva Nirvana and produced by DVV Danayya under his banner DVV Entertainments. Nani and Nivetha Thomas played the LEAD pair in the movie with Aadhi Pinisetty, Murali Sharma, Tanikella Bharani, and Prudhviraj also in important roles. The technical crew of this film included Gopi Sunder to compose music for the film, Prawin Pudi to edit and Karthik Ghattamaneni as a cinematographer. The film was a massive success at the box office. It was made on a budget Rs 20 crore and went on collect Rs 52 crore.

Last seen in Gaddalakonda Ganesh, the Telugu remake of Jigarthanda which also marked his Tollywood debut, Atharvaa has a slew of films in his kitty. He has Othaikku Othai, written and directed by Barnes, a former assistant to Pa Ranjith. The film also stars Sri Divya, Chandhana Raj and Vidya Pradeep.

Atharvaa also has Kuruthi Aattam directed by Sri Ganesh. The film has Priya Bhavani Shankar playing the female lead and Radhika Sarathkumar in supporting role. The film was first announced in April 2017, and began production during August 2018.

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