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Nithiin Begins Shoot For Andhadhun Remake

Nithiin begins shoot for Andhadhun Remake

Actor Nithiin has begun the shoot for the remake of Ayushman Khurana's blockbuster hit in Hindi Andhadhun. Nithiin is riding high with the super success of Bheeshma. After the hit of the movie the talented actor has lined up a set of impressive projects. Nithiin is presently shooting for Rang De, a romantic entertainer starring Mahanati Fame Keerthy Suresh, which is proposed for release next year. The actor signed the remake of the Bollywood blockbuster film Andhadhun. The shoot of the film began today.

The remake of Andhadhun is helmed by Merlapaka Gandhi. The movie stars Tamannaah, Nabha Natesh as the leading ladies. The entire film will be shot in and around Pondicherry. The movie is scheduled to wrap-up its shoot by the end of March. The movie aims for a summer release. The movie is bankrolled by Tagore Madhu and Nithiin’s home banner Sreshth Movies. Post completion of this movie Nithiin also starts shoot for his next film Check in the direction of Chandrasekhar Yeleti. The film will release post-summer.

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