After successes like Karthikeya 2 and ‘18 Pages’, actor Nikhil Siddhartha made a triumphant comeback to the big screen with the suspense drama ‘Spy’. The movie drew a variety of responses from viewers and fell short of expectations. The actor has since apologised to his followers after a week after the video's publication.
Due to content delays, Nikhil Siddhartha said on Twitter that Spy will not be able to be released in all of India. He also expressed gratitude to his followers and fans for seeing Spy in theatres and appreciating his career-best openers.
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Further apologizing to his followers, he wrote “"it pains me to inform you all that the movie did not have a proper multi-language release across India for contract/content delay issues which also led to 360 Telugu premier shows overseas being cancelled. I apologise to all Hindi, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam audiences and promise that after Karthikeya 2 it will be our next three upcoming films that will be in theatres in all languages perfectly finished and released on time. I also promise every Telugu movie lover who trusts me that from now on we will never compromise on quality, no matter what the pressures are and will only make sure a finished, checked and fantastic product is given to you all."
‘Spy’ had high hopes when it was released, but poor reviews and negative word of mouth hurt its box office earnings. The first weekend was uninteresting, and the numbers kept dropping.
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Director Garry BH's film The plot of the film is on Jai, a RAW agent who discovers the link between a notorious arms dealer and the information held by revered liberation warrior Netaji Subhash Chandrabose. In the movie, Rana Daggubati appeared in a cameo role. The movie's female lead is Iswarya Menon.