After the Baahubali, Rana Daggubati signs another period film, to play Travancore king Marthanda Varma

LAST MODIFIED: November 14 2017, 13:53 IST

Call it the Baahubali impact however on-screen character Rana Daggubati is on a period film marking binge. After the Baahubali establishment and Ghazi, he marked bilingual period war dramatization 1945 in which he plays a fighter in Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army.

On Monday, Rana reported another new task and it swings to be a period trip that will retell the grandness of Travancore lord Marthanda Varma. Taking to Twitter, Rana shared the news to his fans: “”Anizham Thirunal Marthanda Varma – the lord of Travancore” is the character I recount a story as soon. Pre-generation in advance. The movie will be coordinated by K Madhu. Composed by Robin Thirumala, Seven expressions Mohan is the line maker on the film.”

It’s been an impressive year for Rana, who is luxuriating in the consecutive accomplishment of his movies Ghazi, Baahubali 2 and Nene Raju Nene Mantri. It’s intriguing that the performing artist is never again ready to play anything common and is interested in explore different avenues regarding each new venture.

He is at present shooting for 1945, being coordinated by Sathya Siva in Tamil and Telugu. A month ago, Rana went clean shaven for his part in the film and furthermore said that the main watch will be out in November.The story of 1945 unfurls amid the Indian opportunity development. Regina Cassandra plays the main woman and she will be viewed as a straightforward Chettiar young lady. Conversing with Times of India, she as of late stated, “All through the film, you’ll see me wearing saree with insignificant make-up. I’ve finished shooting several arrangements for the film in Chennai and Kochi and it has a ton of fun no doubt. It’s an exceptionally nuanced character.”

With this undertaking, Rana would finish a set of three of sorts in the war classification as he’s been a piece of imagination based war dramatization (Baahubali), submerged war show (Ghazi) and now pre-free war film. While the Telugu variant is titled 1945, its Tamil rendition is titled Madai Thiranthu. Yuvan Shankar Raja is making tunes and Sathya wrenches the camera.

The supporting cast additionally incorporates Sathyaraj, Nasser and RJ Balaji will’s identity seen in essential parts. The film is bankrolled by SN Rajarajan under the standard K Productions.