First-look poster of Nithiin and Tamannaah Bhatia's 'Maestro' revealed

The title and first-look poster of ‘Maestro’, the Telugu remake of Bollywood movie ‘Andhadhun’ was unveiled on March 30, marking actor Nithiin’s birthday.
First-look poster of Nithiin and Tamannaah Bhatia's 'Maestro' revealed
First-look poster of Nithiin and Tamannaah Bhatia's 'Maestro' revealed
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After having a great run at the box office and receiving rave reviews from critics as well as fans, Bollywood film Andhadhun is now being remade in south Indian languages such as Tamil and Telugu. Starring popular Tollywood actors Tamanaah Bhatia and Nithiin in the lead, the Telugu remake is gearing up for release. The title and first-look poster from the movie were revealed by the makers, marking lead actor Nithiin’s 38th birthday on Tuesday. The Telugu remake has been titled Maestro and marks the actor’s 30th film. Production house Sreshth Movies tweeted the announcement with fans along with the first-look poster.

Nithiin sports a stylish look in a grey blazer, distressed jeans and black t-shirt. He is seen with a walking stick and smart glasses in the first-look poster of Maestro.  

Bollywood blockbuster Andhadhun was helmed by Sriram Raghavan, who rose to fame with his movies Agent Vinod and Badlapur, among others. Tamannaah will be stepping into the roles that Tabu played in the Bollywood film, as the antagonist, while Nithiin and Nabha Natesh will be reprising Ayushmann Khurrana and Radhika Apte’s roles from the original. The plot revolves around the life of a pianist who gets caught up in the middle of a murder mystery.  

Maestro is directed by Melapaka Gandhi, who has spearheaded projects such as Krishnarjuna Yudham earlier. Bankrolled by Sudhakar Reddy and Nikitha Reddy under the banner of Sreshth movies, the film is slated for release on June 11.  

Maestro has cinematography by J Yuvraj, while Hari K Vedanth will be cranking the camera for the venture. Andhadhun was critically acclaimed and won multiple awards including the Filmfare awards for Best Film (Critics), Best Director, Best Actor Male, Best Actor Female bagged by Sriram Raghavan, Ayushmann and Tabu respectively.  

The Tamil remake of Andhadhun has been titled Andhagan. Talks are underway for the Malayalam remake of Andhadhun. Prithviraj Sukumaran is likely to team up with director Ravi K Chandran for the Mollywood remake.  

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