You must have seen a hero dancing, singing and romancing. That is a norm in Indian cinema but we bet you have not seen a hero jumping off from a building to another and reminding you of Spiderman as he does so. Well, we are talking about Akhil Akkineni’s upcoming film Hello, which has left us in awe with its teaser. The actor has shared the teaser of the film with his fans on Twitter and the film promises to be a high-octane actioner with a cute love story. However, it also leaves you confused about why the film is titled Hello.
The hero is introduced to us by Nagarjuna who begins the teaser with a monologue that says some people are lucky as they go out of their way to meet their childhood love. We know Akhil is the little boy turned into a macho man who wants to find his first love. Soon we meet Kalyani, the female lead of the film. There is a blink-and-you-miss-it dance sequence which is followed by Akhil performing stunts every two seconds. While these are good distractions, you wonder why all of this is happening. So, maybe the fun is yet to be revealed with the trailer, which would be out soon.
Before the teaser, the makers released the first poster which left many from the industry impressed. While Rana Daggubati wrote, “And #Hello look who’s on his way!!@AkhilAkkineni8 show them all what I saw 😍😘”, Lakshmi Manchu tweeted, “#hello hellllllooooo woah!!! How cool is this poster @AkhilAkkineni8 allll the best yo.” The poster even managed to grab the attention of Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar. He praised the poster, which makes us keen to know what he would have to say about the teaser.
— Lakshmi Manchu (@LakshmiManchu) November 14, 2017
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) November 14, 2017
— Nagarjuna Akkineni (@iamnagarjuna) November 14, 2017
Starring Akhil Akkineni and debutant Kalyani, the film is directed by Vikram K Kumar and produced by Akkineni Nagarjuna. Hello promises to give the much-needed boost to Akhil’s acting career.
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