Nabha Natesh, Tamannaah And Nithin; Meet The Cast Of Maestro

Telugu Remake Maestro
Cast Of Maestro: Remake of Andhadhun the trailer of Maestro released on August 23. The cast of Maestro has Nithin, Tamannaah Bhatia and Nabha Natesh. The film is directed by Kirshnarjun Yudham fame director Melapaka Gandhi and produced by Sudhakar Reddy and Nikitha Reddy.

Here’s is what you need to know about the cast of Maestro.

Nithin Reddy

Nithin Reddy is a famous South actor also know by the name Nithin in the Telugu Film Industry. In 2002, the actor won Filmfare Award for best male debut for his film Jayam. He later worked on hit movies like Ishq, Gunde Jaati, Gallanthayyinde Heart Attack, A Aa, Bheeshma and Rang De and various other film projects.

The film Maestro is also being produced under his production house Sreshth Movies. The actor is also a brand Ambassador for the Swach Bharat Campaign for the state of Telangana.

Tamannaah Bhatia

Tamannaah Bhatia has appeared in both Telugu and Hindi Films. At 15, the actor made her debut in the film industry. Tamannaah appeared in the movie Chand Sa Roshan Chehra. She made her Telugu film debut in 2005 in the film Sri. In Bollywood, Tamannaah is popularly known for the film Himmatwala opposite Ajay Devgan, Entertainment starring Akshay Kumar.

Tamannaah is the famous face of Telugu films. She is renowned for her role in Bahubali and has appeared in many other hit films. In 2017 she was awarded Dayawati Modi Award for her contribution to Indian Cinema.

Nabha Natesh

Born on 11 December 1995, actor Nabha Natesh is a famous face in Kannada and Telugu film industry. The young actor made her acting debut when she was 19. Opposite famous actor Shiva Rajkumar in the film Vajrakaya. According to reports, Natesh is going to play the role essayed by Radhika Apte in Hindi film Andhadhund. 

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