A towering and fearless love story chronicling the lifelong relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein. A love letter to life and art, Maestro at its core is an emotionally epic portrayal of family and love.

Genres: Drama, Romance, Music


Language:  Spanish, English, Russian
Release Date:  22 November 2023

Box Office

Revenue:  $300,000

Company Credits

Technical Specs

Runtime:  2 h 11 min

Trailer for Maestro Released! Nithiin and Tamannaah Bhatia’s “Andhadhun” remake promises an exciting ride.


On Monday, Telugu actor Nithiin unveiled the teaser for his thirty-first movie, “Maestro.”

Nithiin will play a visually handicapped pianist in the film, which will be released over-the-top.

Maestro is a Telugu adaptation of the Ayushmann Khurrana, Tabu, and Radhika Apte-starring 2018 Bollywood film Andhadhun.

All of the film’s major characters are introduced in the trailer. Nithiin begins by demonstrating his prowess as a pianist. His true love, actress Nabha Natesh, is someone who constantly praises his compositions. Actress Tamannaah Bhatia then appears; she is the one who is going to permanently alter his life.

Naresh, Jisshu Sengupta, Sreemukhi, Ananya, Harshavardhan, Rachha Ravi, Mangli, and Srinivas Reddy are among the other actors who feature in the movie.

With the hashtag #MAESTRO is unpredictable, Nithiin released the trailer on social media. The #MaestroTrailer is here. Exclusively on @DisneyPlusHS, Coming Soon.

Merlapaka Gandhi is the director and writer of the picture, which is billed as an all-around entertainer. After three years, the storyteller is returning to her role as director. Krishnarjuna Yudham, a Telugu action film, was his final directorial effort.

Merlapaka received recognition for his screenplay for the 2021 movie “EK Mini Katha.”Under the auspices of Shreshth Movies, N. Sudhakar Reddy and Nikitha Reddy are producing Maestro.

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Leonard Bernstein, who is over 70 years old, performs a piano piece from his opera A Quiet Place during an interview at his house.[6] When he’s done, he talks briefly on the profound influence Felicia, his longtime wife, had on him and talks of having seen her spirit.

When guest conductor Bruno Walter became unwell in 1943, Leonard, who was the 25-year-old assistant conductor of the New York Philharmonic, abruptly makes his conducting debut. His outstanding performance is met with thunderous applause from the crowd and propels him to stardom. He was seeing clarinetist David Oppenheim on and off, but during a party he falls in love with aspiring actress Felicia Montealegre, and they start dating. David, who is devastated but grudgingly respects Leonard’s decision, ends their relationship. In the end, Leonard and Felicia tie the knot and become parents to three kids: Jamie, Alexander, and Nina. They are seen helping each other out with their careers throughout their marriage.

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By the middle of the 1950s, Leonard Bernstein had written a number of popular Broadway musicals and operas, including Candide and West Side Story, and the Bernsteins were well-known and wealthy. Felicia retaliates against the allegations made regarding Leonard’s extramarital affairs, maintaining that she is in charge of him as his spouse. But as the years go by, their marriage suffers greatly as a result of Leonard’s affairs as well as his alcohol and drug misuse. Jamie’s problems get worse when she learns that her father has been unfaithful. Leonard tries to refute the gossip, claiming that it is the product of “jealousies”.

After Leonard arrives home from a late-night party at their apartment in The Dakota one Thanksgiving, he and Felicia get into a heated disagreement during which she claims he has hate in his heart and would “die a lonely old queen” if he keeps going in the same direction. Leonard’s 1971 composition of Mass keeps the couple wedded even after their love ended. Leonard leads a historic performance of Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony at England’s Ely Cathedral in 1973. Felicia makes amends with Leonard in the midst of the boisterous gathering, stressing that “there’s no hate in [his] heart.”

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Felicia’s condition deteriorates despite operations and an intensive chemotherapy program; she is diagnosed with lung metastases from breast cancer, and she passes away in Leonard’s arms in 1978. Soon after, overcome with grief, Leonard and the kids leave their opulent home. In 1987, Leonard is seen once more, this time instructing students in the art of conducting while continuing to party and having affairs with his younger male students. Resuming the discussion, Leonard first acknowledges how much he misses Felicia before seeing her strolling into their backyard when they were younger.


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