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LIE: Here’s why you shouldn’t miss Nithiin’s much-awaited thriller

LIE promises to be an intriguing thriller with pinches of romance and rivalry. Moreover, the actor’s dashing looks and hairstyle has already become a hit among youth.
Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk New Delhi August 11, 2017 13:18 IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

Tollywood actor Nithiin is back with a bang in his upcoming flick ‘LIE’. Even before its release (August 11, 2018) the movie has sent fans into a frenzy. Long queues outside cinema halls is a proof of Nithiin’s charm, the actor who always lives up to the expectations of his audiences. 

So, if you are still unable to figure out why you should go for ‘LIE’, we will give you few reasons that will take your excitement a notch higher.

The trailer has already set our expectations soaring. LIE which is elaborated as love, intelligence and enmity seems to be an action-packed film which will keep you on the edge of your seat. Nithiin’s character ‘A Satyam’ which means lie when read together, gets into trouble because of a packet.

Not only the protagonist, the villain of the movie, Arjun Sarja also has a prominent role and he looks quite imposing. It is not easy to do such roles at the age of 54 but when it is Arjun, then nothing is impossible. According to a report, producer Anil Sunkara said that face-off sequences between Arjun and Nithiin will be worth-remembering.

Nithiin’s impressive transformation is also one of the driving factors. The actor who debuted in 2002 with Telugu movie ‘Jayam’ will be on screen in a never-seen-before avatar. In fact, the well-groomed stubble is making him more swoon-worthy. With macho look and cool attitude, the 34-year-old actor will be seen performing some superbly choreographed stunts. Besides the actor, it is also the director of the movie, Hanu Raghavapudi who will pull you to the theatre. This is the third directorial of Raghavapudi, who made his debut with 'Andala Rakshasi' in 2012. The filmmaker is proficient in working on different genres and this time he is all set to keep the audiences glued with a thrilling plot.

 
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