Aadhi: The Remake Will Be Better Than The Original Cinema News
Aadhi Pinisetty has evolved as an actor ever since he made his debut in Tamil with one of the most controversial films, Mirugam (2007). The actor says that he doesn’t want to take up more than two films a year as he believes that it’s not easy to satisfy today’s audience. “I want to take it slow, and don’t want to play the numbers game. I think audience these days are way ahead of their time, and they expect everything to be perfect.
Only good content will sell here, and I am in search of it every other day,” begins Aadhi, who recently completed shooting for the Tamil-Telugu remake of hit Kannada film, U-turn. “I have watched the Kannada version of the film many times, and I completely loved it. When Pawan asked me if I want to be a part of the remake, I immediately agreed without any second thought,” he says. Ask him about working with Pawan, he says, “He is my kind of filmmaker.
Pawan doesn’t choreograph a scene, and then capture it. He creates situations and captures all the candid moments to make them more realistic.” He adds, “Pawan has made quite a few changes in the screenplay, and has executed things that he couldn’t before. I am pretty confident that it will be better and bigger than the original.” Aadhi says that he has a lot of combination sequences with Samantha in this film. “I play a cop in the film, and my characterisation is really interesting.
I have earlier worked with Samantha in Rangasthalam but I didn’t get a chance to interact with her much as we didn’t have scenes together. But in U-Turn I witnessed how good she is, as a person.” The actor, who was last seen in a hit Tamil film, Maragatha Naanayam , will work on his next Telugu film, Neevevaroo . “I will be playing a role of a visually-impaired person in the film. In fact, I have been watching many hit films like Kaasi, Raja Paarvai, and Black all day, to understand how different I can be as a performer.” He adds,”I will be signing a Tamil film in a week’s time, and I can’t wait for the announcement to happen.”