Pitted against Prithviraj, Rahman could easily be the suave villain who has fallen on the wrong side due to circumstances. Ranam – Detroit Crossing, is the directorial debut of Nirmal Sahadev, co-writer of director Shyamaprasad’s latest film Hey Jude, starring Nivin Pauly and Trisha. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
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Ranam is said to hit the screens later this month. In the teaser, Rahman talks about picking sides. The teaser joins the other teasers in successfully creating an interest. The earlier sneak peeks features the protagonist who seems to have chosen a life of action without choice. A sleek looking Rahman makes quite a mark as the subtle Damodar, who seems to have Tamil roots. All the dialogues in the teaser are in either Tamil and English, things only a Malayalam film can pull off. Related News
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