Thandel: Naga Chaitanya Preps For Complete Nine Months On Getting ‘Srikakulam’ Slang & His Character On Point

Thandel: Naga Chaitanya Preps For Complete Nine Months On Getting ‘Srikakulam’ Slang & His Character On Point


Naga
Chaitanya
Throws
Light
On
His
Preparation
For
Thandel:

Naga
Chaitanya
is
the
honest
and
genuine
actor
of
the
young
generation
in
Tollywood.
Despite
his
cent
percent
efforts,
the
actor,
who
carries
forward
the
lineage
of
the
legendary
Akkineni
Nageswara
Rao
and
Nagarjuna,
is
awaiting
a
massive
commercial
hit.
The
actor,
who
made
his
OTT
debut
with
Prime
Video’s
‘Dhootha’
won
appreciation
for
the
grey
character
he
played
in
the
suspense
thriller
and
is
now
working
on
his
‘biggest
film’
to
date.

Titled
‘Thandel,’
the
movie
was
written
and
is
being
directed
by
‘Karthikeya
2′
fame
Chandoo
Mondeti,
who
became
one
of
the
most
after
directors
in
Tollywood.
Sai
Pallavi
is
playing
the
film’s
leading
lady
by
collaborating
with
Naga
Chaitanya
for
the
second
time
after
Sekhar
Kammula’s
‘Love
Story.’

Naga
Chaitanya
enjoys
a
special
fanbase.
He
earned
more
love
from
his
fans
for
his
public
personality
and
no-frills
attitude.
At
the
very
same
time,
the
actor
is
a
private
person.


Naga
Chaitanya
Spend
NINE
Months
On
Prep
For
Thandel

Naga
Chaitanya
visibly
underwent
a
makeover
for
the
role
and
he
has
been
sporting
his
fully
grown
hair
and
beard
look,
which
is
pretty
much
how
he
is
going
to
appear
in
the
movie.
The
actor’s
rugged
hair
and
the
visible
over-the-top
and
de-glamourized
look
released
by
the
makers
not
only
garnered
appreciation
but
also
amplified
the
expectations
for
the
movie.

In
a
recent
interview,
the
actor
spoke
about
Thandel
and
his
preparation
for
the
fisherman’s
role.
The
actor
said,
“It
is
such
an
inspirational
story
and
I
wanted
to
make
sure
I
get
everything
right,
especially
the
Srikakulam
accent.
This
is
the
biggest
film
of
my
career
and
I
needed
this
role.
It
took
me
nearly
nine
months
to
get
everything
ready
and
confident
to
go
for
the
shoot.
We
also
did
a
small
workshop
with
the
fishermen
community
in
Srikakulam
before
the
production
began.”


Thandel
Is
A
True
Story
Of
An
Indian
Fisherman

After
the
movie
was
officially
announced,
the
team
made
it
clear
that
the
movie
was
about
a
fisherman
and
his
background.
They
all
went
to
Srikakulam
district
in
Andhra
Pradesh
for
a
basic
recce
and
workshop
of
sorts
to
interact
with
the
people
of
the
community.

In
addition,
director
Chandoo
revealed
that
the
story
is
of
a
fisherman
who
entered
the
Pakistan
waters
after
going
to
work
in
fishing
boats
in
Gujarat.
The
incident
happened
in
2018
and
it
moved
our
nation,
along
with
Karachi,
Pakistan.

Allu
Aravind
and
Bunny
Vas
are
funding
the
project;
Devi
Sri
Prasad
is
composing
its
entire
soundtrack.

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