Daggubati Hero Says Not To Watch 'Rana Naidu' With Family!

Tue Mar 07 2023 17:47:03 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

Much-awaited web series 'Rana Naidu' is all set to arrive on Netflix next month. This action-packed series is an Indian adaptation of 'Ray Donovan' and the trailer raised the expectations and the lead actors Venkatesh and Rana are promoting this film by giving a lot of interviews and interacting with media outlets from various languages. The series will be streaming on Netflix from 10th March.

Speaking to the Telugu media, Rana asked everyone not to watch 'Rana Naidu' with families. He says that his uncle Venkatesh's films always cater to the family audience. We see a lot of family crowds in theatres for the 'Malliswari' hero's films. But the 'Baahubali' actor made it clear that 'Rana Naidu' is not that project and kindly asked people to avoid watching it with families. He asked them to watch the series individually as watching 'Rana Naidu' together will make everyone uncomfortable.

Rana plays the title role where he is seen as the fixer for Bollywood celebrities. He has a lot of rage inside him and it comes out while doing the dirty job which he keeps a secret from his wife and kids. Venkatesh plays the role of Naga Naidu who comes out of jail and his entry leads to a huge disturbance in Rana's life.

Apart from the two lead actors, Suchitra Pillai, Gaurav Chopra, Surveen Chawla, Sushant Singh, Abhishek Banerjee, Ashish Vidyarthi and others play key roles. It is made in Hindi as well as Telugu. Karan Anshuman created this crime drama while Suparn Vaerma and Karan directed it. Ananya Mody provided the story while BVS Ravi penned the screenplay.

Talking about his role, Venkatesh recently said, "The younger generation that might have seen me only in dramas such as Drushyam or the comedies F2 and F3 will be surprised at the character's bold moves. I am glad Rana and Netflix convinced me. If I do not take risks, I would not be challenging myself as an actor. Since I was doing something different, I wanted to jump in and see how it looks."