Hyderabad, Jan 8 (): Mahesh Babu’s 1 Nenokkadine has got a “U/A” certificate from the censor board and has been confirmed for 10 January release.
1 Nenokkadine is a suspense thriller, directed by Sukumar. Mahesh Babu essays the role of a rock star, while Kriti Sanon, who is a model by profession, makes her debut in the industry through this movie. The film also has Nassar, Anu Haasan, Sayaji Shinde and Pradeep Rawat in pivotal roles.
The story of the film is not yet revealed, but reports claim that the movie has been adapted from the Hollywood flick The Bourne Identity.
The trailer of the film that was released a few days back showcases that “1 Nenokkadine” will have a lot of intense action sequences. Having such intense suspense thrill plot and action sequences, the film is reported not to have any regular commercial elements such as comedy tracks. 1 Nenokkadine, which has high production values, is expected to appeal to the urban audience.
The makers of the film, 14 Reels and Eros International, are making all efforts to release 1 Nenokkadine in record number of screens. Earlier, it was reported that around 900 screens have been booked for “1 Nenokkadine” in Andhra Pradesh. On the first day, the film will have 600 shows in Hyderabad. Reports say, the Mahesh Babu starrer will be released in maximum numbers of screens in the first two days, as Ram Charan’s “Yevadu” is hitting screens on 12 January.
In Hyderabad alone, 1 Nenokkadine will release in 98 single screens and 10 multiplexes. The film’s total number of screens stands at 108, which is a new record for a Telugu film. “1 Nenokkadine” has surpassed the Hyderabad screen count of Pawan Kalyan’s “Attarintiki Daredi”, which stood at 100.
In the overseas market, the makers have planned to release the film in around 200 screens. But, full details about the film’s total worldwide screens are not available yet. 1 Nenokkadine is releasing in overseas markets including US, UK, Switzerland, Malaysia, Germany, Australia, Netherlands among others. The film will hit screens in Ukraine too, for the first time in the history of Telugu cinema.