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Maestro Review: Decent Film But A Poor Remake

Maestro Review: Hotstar just released their new original film Maestro on their platform, I just finished the film and here in the post I am going to review the film, I am going to talk about the story, performances and few more details about the film.

The movie stars Nithiin, Tammanah Bhatia, Nabha Natesh, and Jishu Sengupta in main lead roles, the film also stars Naresh, Sreemukh, Ananya, and others. The film is directed by Merlapaka Gandhi and produced by Sudhakar Reddy. The movie is approx 2 hours and 15 minutes long and is not suitable to watch with family and Kids.


The story of the film revolves around a Blind Musician Arun who plays Piano at Restaurants and Bars. His life takes a sudden turn when he was asked by a couple to come to their home for the Private Concert. What happened there was completely shocking and it turns out to be one of the shocking days of his life. What happened there? and how this was shocking, to know this you have to watch the full movie on Hotstar.


The issue with the remakes of blockbusters is that actors in the remake must perform better or equal to the actors of original films and this adds major pressure of performance on them. While some play it better while some fail to match that level.

Nithiin was very good during the initial scenes, but when the film goes intense, he struggles a little bit. He was so good in the beginning and his expressions dialogues and body language everything was just too good. After the interval when the film becomes intense, I feel like Nithiin is struggling during these scenes Although he tries all his best, still he fails to touch the level of Ayushman Khurana.

Tammannah Bhatia was decent with her performance but again, she was not meant for this role, Tabbu has already created an image of that character and it looks like Tammannah was forced into this character. She tried all her best but again she fails to match that level. Nabha Natesh was good in her role, she looks perfect, her dialogue delivery, expressions, and body language everything was up to the mark. The rest of the characters from the film were decent and everyone has done a good job.


The film is an official remake of Andhadhun with some modifications and honestly speaking I didn’t like those modifications at all. Andhadhun was a perfect film and if you are making the remake tries to be better not the poor. The story goes with the same vibe but performances and BGM make the film down. It is a decent film if you watch it individually but if you compare it to blockbusters like Andhahun, it is a very poor remake. The climax was very poor, The bgm lacks that magic and the small changes in the story make the film looks very bad.


I am going with 2.5 out of 5 stars for the film. If you haven’t seen the Andhadhun Yet, go and watch this thriller, You are going to love it for sure. If you had already seen the original film I would suggest you to skip the film. The film is approx 2 Hours and 15 Minutes long and is now available on Hotstar in Telugu audio with subtitles.

This was ours Maestro Review, have you seen the film? what are your opinions about the film?, Please let us know in the comment section, for more reviews, news and updates, stay tuned with us.



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