The upcoming Sailesh Kolanu directorial will mark Venkatesh's 75th film.
On Thursday it was announced that Nawazuddin Siddiqui will soon be making his Telugu debut with Venkatesh Daggubati’s upcoming film Saindhav. The film was officially launched with a Pooja ceremony recently, which saw Nani, Rana Daggubati, and Naga Chaitanya, among others, in attendance. Nawazuddin seems to be more than a little excited to make his Telugu debut in style, and took to social media to share his elation.
Nawazuddin shared a few photographs from the Pooja ceremony on his official Instagram handle recently. While one of the pictures saw him, all smiles with Rana, Naga Chaitanya, and others. In one picture, Nawazuddin and Venkatesh are seen sharing a delightful candid moment.
Nawazuddin captioned the post “It’s super to collaborate with the ever so energetic @venkateshdaggubati for his #75thfilm #Saindhav
The film will be directed by @saileshkolanu
Looking forward to the Telugu Debut.
@ranadaggubati @nameisnani @chayakkineni”.
Check out Nawazuddin’s post below:
Nawazuddin will reportedly essay the role of the antagonist in the film. The upcoming film will be written and directed by Sailesh Kolanu and marks Venkatesh’s 75th film. Venkat Boyanapalli will produce the pan Indian film under the banner of Niharika Entertainment. Santhosh Narayanan will compose the music of the film, while S Manikandan will serve as cinematographer. Saindhav will be released in five languages, including Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada. The first glimpse of the film was released on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Nawazuddin was last seen in Heropanti 2, opposite Tiger Shroff and Tara Sutaria. The former has a number of films in his pipelines including Sudhir Mishra’s Afwaah with Bhumi Pednekar, Navaniat Singh’s Noorani Chehra with Nupur Sanon, Sai Kabir’s Tiku Weds Sheru with Avneet Kaur, and Akshat Ajay Sharma ZEE Studios film Haddi. The latter will see Nawazuddin in a never before seen avatar, as the actor will essay the role of a transgender woman in the film.