Maestro Telugu Movie Review: Maestro is a Telugu movie that many were waiting for eagerly. This film official remake of Andhadhun and is now streaming at Disney+ Hotstar. Let us see the Maestro movie review.
Starring: Nithiin, Tamannaah, Nabha Natesh
Director: Merlapaka Gandhi
Producer: Sudhakar Reddy, Nikitha Reddy
Editor: S. R. Shekhar
Cinematography: J. Yuvaraj
Maestro Movie Story
Arun (Nithin) is a blind guy who earns his bread by playing the piano in Goa. A yesteryear actor(Naresh) was impressed by Arun and invites Arun to perform for his wife Simran(Tamannah) on their wedding anniversary. Arun lands at the actor’s home and gets involved in a murder. Who has been killed? What will Arun do now? What is the role of Simran in these? and where do Nabha Natesh and Jisshu Sen Gupta feature in the thriller? All these form the rest of Maestro’s story.
Here is the Maestro Telugu movie review from all perspectives.
Maestro Telugu Movie Review: Positive Aspects
Nithin chooses a role where he gets to perform and it is different from his regular romantic dramas. In a blind person’s character, he justified the role perfectly. There is no heroism in this role but Nithin’s body language expresses a lot.
For Tamannaah, Maestro will be a game-changer as she is done fabulously in a negative role. All her scenes with Nithin have been executed very well.
The soul of the film has not been disturbed by the makers. Nabha Natesh is also good in her small role. Jishu Sen Gupta played a cop role. Mangli and Racha Ravi did well in their characters.
Those who have watched the original will surely draw comparisons between the two. Director Merlapaka Gandhi has narrated the remake in a good manner. But he failed in elevating the drama properly.
Nithin’s role is showcased in a dull manner in the tense scenes. If Nithin’s role and thrills would have been shown in a much interesting manner in the second half, then the effect would have been better.
In the climax, the audience is waiting to know the twist in tension but a song breaks out and this drags the end.
The production values are great and the crime backdrop is elevated well with good camerawork. Mhati Sagar’s music is okay but the BGM is nice. Coming to the director, he has done a decent job and showcased what was needed.
Conclusion – Maestro Telugu Movie Review
Overall, Maestro is a faithful Andhadhun remake and has thrills. Nithin and Tamannah shoulder the film with their good performances. All those who have watched the original miss the drama a bit.
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