Rana’s upcoming trilingual film, Aranya is gearing up for a pan-India release on April 2, and the actor has gone on record saying that it has been his toughest film in his career, so far. The actor was speaking about the physical and emotional challenges that he had to face while shooting the film, when he made this interesting statement about the film.
Talking about Aranya, Rana said, “I was almost convinced that no other character would be as exhausting as playing Bhallaladeva in Baahubali series. But Prabhu sir changed my perception within a week. I have always believed that it’s not the storytellers who find stories, but the other way round. The power of this story is much bigger than us. I’ve wanted to do a movie that had the potential to reach a larger section of the audience. This is the first time I’m part of a movie that was shot in three languages.”
Directed by Prabhu Solomon, the film also has Vishnu Vishal playing a key role, and Rana’s character is inspired from a real life environmental activist named Jadav Payeng, also known as Forest Man of India. The film will be released in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi.
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