Maestro is a black comedy thriller film remade from the Hindi movie “ Andhadhun Click to look into! >> Read More... .” Merlapaka Gandhi Merlepaka Gandhi is a popular and young Tollywood >> Read More... directed the film. Sudhakar Reddy Sudhakar Reddy is an Indian film cinematographer, >> Read More... and Nikitha Reddy Nikitha Reddy is the elder sister of popular South >> Read More... produced the film. “ Nithiin Nithin Reddy is an actor, playback singer and even >> Read More... ,” Tamannaah Bhatia Tamannaah Bhatia is a well known actress in Tamil >> Read More... , Nabha Natesh Nabha Natesh is a film actress from India. She pre >> Read More... , Jisshu Sengupta Jisshu Sengupta is an artist who is known for his >> Read More... , “ Naresh Naresh is a famous South Indian Actor who has acte >> Read More... ,” “ Sreemukhi Sree Mukhi is one of the several celebrities who h >> Read More... ,” , Harsha Vardhan Harsha Vardhan is a famous Telugu actor and a writ >> Read More... , Racha Ravi Racha Ravi was born on 27 July, 1982 in Hanumakond >> Read More... , “ Mangli Bio coming soon... >> Read More... ,” and Srinivasa Reddy. Mahati Swara Sagar composed the music. Yuvaraj cranked the camera, and edited the film.
A visually challenged pianist, Arun lives in Goa in an apartment with his pet cat, Rani. He works as a pianist in nearby restaurants. He saves his remuneration to move abroad. Pedro and his daughter Sophie run a restaurant, and they offer Arun to play piano at their restaurant. Mohan is an actor who is married to Simran, a girl who is much younger than him. He has a daughter Pavithra. Mohan loves to watch his old movies again and again. Bobby, Lucky, and a doctor are involved in a commotion. An illegal affair leads to a murder, and Arun gets stuck in this issue. What happens next? The rest of the story deals with it.
Nithiin did an excellent job, and he is comfortable in this new role. Tamannaah, Nabha Natesh, and Naresh fit well in their roles. Jisshu Sengupta and Sreemukhi added some flavor to the roles.
Except for a few changes, the director didn’t make any changes to the script. Nithiin is the right choice, and he fits well in the role. The cinematography and editing are good. The music by Mahati Swara Sagar is okayish. The film is technically sound. Some intense scenes needed a few more concentration. The narration is good, and thrill is guaranteed.
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Although it is a remake, the director adjusted the script to match the Telugu sensibilities. The actors fit well in the roles and impress. On the whole, Andhadhun's remake Maestro is an exciting watch!