Monday, January 24, 2022


5 mind-blowing Telugu thriller movies to watch

Hyderabad: Thriller movies always leave the audience asking for more. If one thing is true about South Indian cinema, it’s that nobody aces this...

Nithiin on reason behind ‘Maestro’s success

My director had done his homework well, says the actor

Nithiin gets talking about ‘Maestro’

South actor Nithiin says he considers his latest Telugu film "Maestro", a remake of Bollywood hit "Andhadhun", a step forward in exploring diverse stories. Directed...

‘Maestro’ would’ve been a treat for rural audiences: Merlapaka Gandhi

Hyderabad: With a female antagonist and dark humour, screenplay has to be taut. 'Maestro', the remake of Hindi superhit film 'Andhadhun', has made director...

Nabha was initially wary about ‘Maestro’

The actor chose not to refer to the original film Andhadhun when preparing for her role

‘Maestro’ to hit OTT platform on Sep 17 

Nithiin, who steps into the shoes of Ayushmann Khurrana, portrays a blind person in the thriller.

Disney+ Hotstar unveils poster of ‘Maestro’ and trailer release date

Directed by Merlapaka Gandhi, the film is an official remake of Bollywood’s celebrated dark comedy ‘Andhadhun’

Tamannaah Bhatia loves walking barefoot on grass, chasing butterflies

South star Tamannaah Bhatia shared a beautiful video of her dancing and enjoying herself in nature.

Nitiin’s crime comedy ‘Maestro’ resumes shoot in Hyderabad on Monday

Directed by Merlapaka Gandhi, the movie is Nitiin's 30th movie in his acting career. This crime comedy is the first movie to resume shooting in the second wave of pandemic this year.

Bitten by the remake bug

Leading stars and filmmakers seem to prefer taking the remake route to set the cash registers ringing

AR Rahman thanks fans for showering him with wishes on 54th birthday

Thanking all his fans for their wonderful wishes, the music maestro shared a clip of one such adorable birthday greeting by a 4-year-old fan from Malaysia.

A. R. Rahman turns 54: Revisiting some gems by Musical Maestro

Bollywood, which was widely popular for its pomp and show, especially during the 90s was stumped by the arrival of this quiet and diminutive composer, who worked out of a small and unpretentious studio in Chennai.

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