Actor Nabha Natesh says she approached her newest Telugu characteristic Maestro as a recent movie and didn’t succumb to the strain of the black comedy thriller being a remake of the acclaimed Hindi movie Andhadhun.
Natesh stars within the movie as Sophie, a job performed by Radhika Apte within the 2018 unique film, directed by Sriram Raghavan.
Maestro options actor Nithiin moving into the sneakers of Ayushmann Khurrana to play a blind piano participant who unwittingly turns into embroiled in a homicide.
In an interview with PTI, Natesh stated she averted falling into the lure of evaluating how Apte had carried out the position to retain freshness in her portrayal.
“I didn’t wish to examine with what she had carried out within the unique movie. My tackle the character was to (perceive) the mindset of an individual who falls in love with a visually impaired particular person.
“Sophie appears to be like at him as somebody so robust, who has a want for all times which is past his visible impairment. I believed my character ought to stand on the zeal of his character and construct it accordingly,” she stated.
Directed by Merlapaka Gandhi and produced by Shresht Films, Maestro is at present streaming on Disney+ Hotstar. The movie additionally stars Tamannaah Bhatia within the position initially essayed by Tabu within the Nationwide Award-winning Andhadhun.
Natesh stated in her Telugu movie profession of three years and of almost seven motion pictures, Maestro was the primary remake she labored in.
Although she had liked Andhadhun, the 25-year-old actor initially didn’t know learn how to “strategy” the character. Consequently, she determined step one can be to not revisit the 2018 movie.
“The unique movie had made a huge effect. It proved that folks will watch and assist a movie like Andhadhun if it’s nicely made. Bringing that content material to Telugu, which can not have been seen earlier than within the trade, was extraordinarily thrilling. My character is nothing like what I had carried out beforehand.
“However I believed if I watch the movie once more, I’d get right into a battle. I adopted what the director was asking me to do. I didn’t bear in mind each single body of the unique movie, so ‘Maestro’ was a recent movie for me as soon as I went on units to start filming.”
The actor made her Telugu cinema debut in 2018 with the romantic drama Nannu Dochukunduvate co-starring Sudheer Babu and located success that includes in motion pictures like Puri Jagannadh’s sci-fi actioner iSmart Shankar and final 12 months’s Solo Brathuke So Higher.
Maestro additionally match the invoice of her experimenting with the selection of initiatives, she stated.
“I continuously stay up for doing one thing completely different than what I’ve carried out earlier than, to not be repetitive. It’s embedded in me as a result of I’ve carried out theatre, the place I used to be educated to do characters all through. No matter alternatives I’ve been provided, my try has been to do one thing new.
“Even when the position isn’t something completely different, I attempt to play it in a manner that my viewers doesn’t really feel they’ve seen me do that earlier than. It’s in all probability the variations I supply or my try to not bore the viewers with the identical factor which can have labored for me and I want to proceed that going ahead as nicely,” she added.