Rana Daggubati: “Bahubali” demonstrated that a solid story can travel places

Mumbai, November 30 (CINEWS): The year 2015 has been noteworthy for Rana Daggubati. The performing artist, who appeared in Bollywood with Dum Maaro Dum (2011), was additionally seen flexing muscles in Neeraj Pandey’s spy thriller Baby.ranadagubbati759

At that point, silver screen significant others the nation over paid heed to him as Bhallala Deva in south chief S Rajamouli’s blockbuster Bahubali: The Beginning. Presently, he has gotten the extravagant of brands and is marking support manages them.

An energized Rana says, “By turning out to be such an immense hit the nation over, Bahubali demonstrated that a solid story can travel places. I am hopeful that the continuation will reverberate more with the gathering of people and open a few streets when it discharges one year from now. At last, it’s the feelings in the story that unite; the relations and the contentions are comparative in any dialect.” He says that right around 40 for every penny of the continuation has as of now been shot. The performer, who is focussing on substance that cuts crosswise over locales and dialects, will soon be seen as a maritime officer in Ghazi, to be made in Hindi and Telugu and named in Tamil. “It depends on a genuine episode amid the 1971 war and is India’s first submarine film,” says Rana who has the continuation of his Telugu debut, Leader (2010) lined up late

Having delivered the National Award-winning Telugu film Bommalata (2004), he is likewise creating the Telugu revamp of a year ago’s Marathi hit Poster Boyz, in relationship with Akshay Kumar. Clarifying how silver screen has brought the world closer, Rana says, “Today, a movie producer sitting in Mumbai can make a film in Madurai. In India, we have five major film commercial ventures and together they make the greatest motion picture industry on the planet. That is our quality. We have admittance to various types of silver screen. In the event that we have an awesome story, we can take it crosswise over to a more extensive group of onlookers.”

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