First Glimpse of Rana Daggubati from Virata Parvam: Revolution an act of Love

First Glimpse of Rana Daggubati from Virata Parvam: Revolution an act of Love
First Glimpse of Rana Daggubati from Virata Parvam: Revolution an act of Love

Rana Daggubati is going to celebrate his birthday today on 14th December. Rana Daggubati is gaining popularity among the masses for his tall and hunk personality and performances in movies and currently, he is busy in the shoot of upcoming film Virata Parvam. On the occasion of his birthday, the makers of his upcoming film Virata Parvam, released the first glimpse of Rana Daggubati from this much-talked-about period drama. Coming on the first Glimpse poster of Virata Parvam, Rana Daggubati sports an intense look. His face is covered with a red scarf. The police are also seen on this poster.

Helmed by Venu Udugula, the film features Nandita Das and Priyamani in prominent roles. Fidaa fame Sai Pallavi is on the board to play the female lead in this film. It is known the news that till know, Sai Pallavi has completed her portions which don’t require Rana Daggubati’s presence. National award-winning actress Nandita Das has also participated in two schedules. The sources close to the filmmakers revealed that the combination scenes between the Sai Pallavi and Rana Daggubati together will be completed from January. The sources say that Virata Parvam is about a face-off between the government and the Naxalite group. Suresh Babu and Sudhakar Cherukuri are jointly bankrolling the project.

In Virata Parvam, Sai Pallavi is playing a talented folk singer who joins the Naxals due to certain circumstances. The sources say that Sai Pallavi’s trainer is none other than an ex-Naxalite leader. From firing guns to throwing bombs, Fidaa girl is getting trained in a range of combat skills to play the role of Naxalite.

Rana Daggubati started his journey with the film Leader, and he has given several hit films such as Baahubali series: Baahubali: The Beginning and Baahubali 2:The Conclusion, Rudramadevi, The Ghazi Attack, and Nene Raju Nene Mantri. Like many Tollywood stars, the actor ventured into film production with children’s film Bommalata in 2004.

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