“Today, there are a lot more people who are willing to explore this opportunity.”
On the film front, he is working on Haathi Mere Saathi and Hiranya Kashyap. I hope that more films like these are made, and can make the impact that Baahubali was able to,” added the actor, who is pushing content of all type with his Kwan South, a joint venture with Kwan Entertainment. “I interestingly fall under a category of neutral actors and filmmakers who have been constantly involved in content with no regional barriers,” Rana said. “I was able to find that very early into my career because I started working in the films at a very young age. “Hindi cinema has continued to make Telugu remakes and vice versa, very rarely did the actors or the films cross-over to make it big.”
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Rana Daggubati hopes more films make an impact like Baahubali. Rana says “historically content has mostly travelled in the form of remakes, which have been popularly appreciated”. “Baahubali was really the film that broke most barriers of what regional cinema can do nationally. Related News
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