Tollywood Hot Hunk Rana, eversince his debut with ‘Leader’, did many off beat films. He did not restrict himself to lead roles but did important cameos in all languages. He attained national stardom for his powerful performance and towering macho look in Rajamouli’s magnum opus Baahubali as Bhallaladeva. He recently entertained in Gunasekhar’s ‘Rudramadevi’.
Rana is now starring in political entertainer ‘Nene Raju Nene Mantri’ and also in India’s first under water war film ‘Ghazi’. The film directed by Sankalp Reddy is attracting the attention of all as it is based on Indo-Pak war and how Indian Navy sank Pakistan war ship PNS Ghazi. According to the latest filmmakers released the trailer today and it wowed all with war scenes. The stunning taking left everyone carving for more.
Trailer starts with Pakistan targeting Indian warship INS Vikrant and how Indian Navy reacted it. Breathtaking visuals, background score and intense action left all in awe. The trailer stars with voice over ‘yudhdham ante desam kosam pranalu arpincheyadam kadu.. satruvu pranalu teese gelavadam’. Later Indian Navy decodes Pakistan plot to target INS Vikrant.
Underwater war scenes, intense action and Rana’s dialogues as Lt Commander Arjun Varma saying ‘ ee poratamlo medals undavu, gurtimpu undadu.. charitralo manam unna lekapoina visakhapatnam bhavishyattulo, bahrata desam bhavishyattulo manam nilichipotam,.. jai hind’.
Film stars Kay Kay Menon as Captain Rann Vijay Singh, Atul Kulkarni as Executive officer Devraj, Tapsee as Ananya, Bangladeshi refugee in the film. Film is about executive naval officer of Indian Submarine S21 who along with his team remained underwater for 18 days.Rana will be seen as Captain in Indian Navy, K aka Krishna Kumar is the music director while Madhi is the cinematographer for the film produced on PVP Cinema. Film is inspired by real life incidents and is based on the book ‘Blue Fish – The War Beneath’and is all about the true incidents of the mysterious sinking of PNS Ghazi, a Pakistan Submarine by destroyer INS Rajput (D141) during the India-Pakistani War of 1971.