Nithiin’s Upcoming Film With Director Chandrasekhar Yeleti Is Titled Check And Pre Look Released

Nithiin is an actor, who is well known for his versatile acting and has consistently managed to reinvent his craft over the years.  Nithiin is on a spree with back to back films with different concepts, which made his fans very happy and also managed to raise the curiosity of the critics and movie buffs with his selection.  It is well known that Nithiin is collaborating with Chandrasekhar Yeleti for an upcoming film.  Today, finally, the pre look and the title of the film has been released.

Nithiin’s next movie with Chandrasekhar Yeleti is titled as Check.  Ace director Koratala Siva, took to his Twitter and unveiled the pre-look and title of the film.  The title and pre look seem quite intriguing by grabbing eyeballs about what’s in the store.  One can see only Nithiin’s lips and beard in the pre-look with his hands handcuffed and chess board and coins spilled all over the table.  Well, going by the pre look, the film might be quite intense and it will also be interesting to watch Nithiin play a powerful character.

Sharing the pre-look and title on Twitter, Koratala Siva sent out his good wishes to his friend Chandrasekhar Yeleti and actor Nithiin. Check out the pre look here:

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Nithiin starrer Check will feature Rakul Preet Singh and Priya Prakash Varrier as the leading ladies of the film.  Check will also mark Priya Varrier’s debut in Tollywood and first-time collaboration with Nithiin.  The film is produced by V. Anand Prasad under Bhavya Creations banner and was launched in the month of June with a formal puja ceremony in Hyderabad.  The film is currently in the pre-production stage and Nithiin will commence shooting for the film after wrapping up shooting for Rang De and Andhadhun Telugu Remake.  Other cast and crew of Check will be announced soon.

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