Hyderabad: Aadhi Pinisetty needs no introduction. The actor has impressed audiences with films such as Vaishali, Gundello Godari, Malupu, Sarrainodu, Agnyathavasi, Rangasthalam, and U Turn. Besides, people would die for his looks.
He made his acting debut with Oka V Chitram, a Teja-directorial, and became popular with Vaishali, the Telugu version of Tamil film Eeram, in which he played a cop. Well, the list goes on. Meanwhile take a look at what he has to say about his upcoming platforms, in this exclusive interview.
Aadhi will next be seen in Good Luck Sakhi, directed by Nagesh Kukunoor. Aadhi pairs up with Keerthy Suresh in this film, and it is his first collaboration with her. Talking about his role in the film, Aadhi said, “I play a theatre artiste, and it was a different experience. Nagesh Kukunoor is the first reason why I said yes to the project. Who would say no to work with a director who is unique among the many directors in the industry! He has made amazing films, and I learnt a lot from him. Keerthy Suresh is such a sweetheart and amazing co-actor to work with.”
Aadhi was last seen in U Turn, which released in 2018. This film is a remake of Kannada super hit film with the same title. The remade version was a Telugu-Tamil bilingual and Aadhi played Nayak, a cop, in the horror-thriller. The actor wasn’t seen in any other project after U Turn. However, from now, he has back-to-back releases and is very busy shooting for them.
The actor is doing a sports-drama, titled Clap, directed by Prithvi Adithya. The film went on floors in June and is a Tamil-Telugu bilingual. It also features Aakanksha Singh as a hockey player and Krisha Kurup as a sprinter. “This one has an exciting concept and is my first ever sports-drama. I will be seen in two different phases and looks in this film. I actually can’t reveal anything much about the film,” said the actor who also has a couple of Tamil films in his kitty.
Aadhi’s father and brother are directors. However, when asked whether he has any plans of making his directorial debut, the actor gave a big no to it.