During the interaction, a fan who knows that Nithiin is a massive fan of Pawan Kalyan asked him if he would ever share screen-space with his idol. Lighting up just at the thought of it, Nithiin replied, “I hope so, it’ll be a dream come true to share screen-space with Pawan Kalyan. I am waiting for that opportunity.” Talking about the release of Vakeel Saab, he added, “After three years
mana boss will be back on the big-screen. So I am sure the film will be good.” A fan asked him to even recreate Pawan Kalyan’s famous hand gesture and he obliged.
Nithiin will soon be seen in Chandrasekhar Yeleti’s Check with Rakul Preet Singh and Priya Prakash Varrier as his co-stars. Talking about his role in the film, he said, “I play the role of a man called Aditya in the film, someone who has been sentenced to death but turns out to be a grandmaster in chess. If he manages to escape death forms the tale. I used to play chess in school so this was an interesting role for me; I even picked it up again and played it at home while filming.”
Nithiin had nothing but good things to say about his co-stars too. “I loved working with Rakul, she’s a very talented actress. Her role in the film is one-of-a-kind for her filmography. This is Priya’s first film in Telugu. I hope she becomes a big star because she can act really well,” he added.
Apart from Check, Nithiin has also given his nod for #Nithiin20, the Telugu remake of Andhadhun with Merlapaka Gandhi, Tamannaah Bhatia and Nabha Natesh. He has wrapped up shooting for Venky Atluri’s Rang De with Keerthy Suresh and will also be seen in a film called Power Petta, which will be a Telugu-Tamil bi-lingual.