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Fahadh Faasil’s latest movie ‘Aavesham’ is streaming on OTT and generating significant hype similar to its theatrical reception.

But what makes the film special is the characterization of the lead hero Fahadh. His quirky and humorous performance hits it out of the park and makes the film entertaining.

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While watching Fahadh in action, one can’t help but think of Nandamuri Balakrishna, who naturally possesses similar mannerisms and attitudes.

Fahadh delivers a flawless performance, but if Balakrishna were to act in a remake, it would feel seamless, and audiences would instantly connect with the character. The director would only need to faithfully recreate each scene for it to resonate well with Telugu audiences.

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In the past, Puri attempted (Paisa Vasool) but failed; recently, Anil Ravipudi exaggerated his role in ‘Bhagavanth Kesari’ as a character-based role, but it has become a big joke. It is a lackluster role that is neither here nor there compared to what he had hyped and presented.

If someone wants to bet on a safe project, ‘Aavesham’ with Balakrishna will definitely work, either as a faithful remake or as inspiration for a director to create a character-based role like Fahadh’s that will hit it out of the park.

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