Akkineni Akhil-Nidhhi Agerwal’s romantic entertainer, Mr.Majnu, released on January 25th and is presently running in theaters. On this occasion, Nidhhi interacted with the media and thanked the audiences for their feedback. Here is a brief interview.
Q) What kind of feedback are your getting for the film?
A) Me and my team have been receiving good feedback from the audience. The kind of compliments and positive texts I’m receiving for my role are overwhelming. The audiences’ love and affection during the theaters visit has been great.
Q) Your acting in the film is getting a good applause. How do you feel?
A) Yes. I should thank my director Venky Atluri for writing such a nice role for me. Especially, my acting during the interval block and climax sequence is getting a good applause. I should thank the audiences for accepting me in such a meaty role.
Q) Before signing a project, which aspects do you see in a script?
A) For a newcomer, the script chooses them more than they choose it. But after reaching a particular stage, we get a chance to choose scripts according to our wish. Just like in Mr.Majnu, I want to do roles which have importance in the story.
Q) You have worked with both the Akkineni heroes back to back. Tell us about it?
A) Both Chay and Akhil are very well mannered. Though they both are two opposite characters, their behavior and interaction with co-stars on the sets is so good. In fact, their entire family is great and I had a very nice experience working with them.
Q) You are roped in for Puri-Ram’s iSmart Shankar. Tell us about your role in the film?
A) I’m really looking forward to working with both of them. My character in the film has been treated interestingly. As of now, I can only say this much.
Q) Apart from iSmart Shankar, are there any projects lined up?
A) There are a few projects under discussion, but I will choose them carefully.
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