Rana Daggubati thanks his uncle Venkatesh for voicing his character's father in Aranya

The trailer to Rana Daggubati's Aranya came out yesterday. The trailer has been widely appreciated by audiences, critics and the industry. Aranya hits the theatres on March 26th
Written By Akanksha Sridhara | Updated: March 04, 2021 14:44 IST
Rana Daggubati thanks his uncle Venkatesh for voicing his character's father in Aranya

Rana Daggubati's upcoming film Aranya is one of the most anticipated films this March. Directed by Prabhu Solomon, Aranya is about the encroachment of land, deforestation and the destruction of the elephant corridor. The 3-minute intense trailer has garnered positive responses from several film personalities, critics and audiences. Rana's uncle took to his Twitter space to pen a note of appreciation for the film's brilliant trailer. While replying to the comment, Rana revealed that Venkatesh has lent his voice to Rana's father's character in the film.

 
Venkatesh re-tweeted the trailer and wrote, " #Aranya trailer looks magnificent !! @RanaDaggubati."
 
Rana replied saying, "My uncle voices my father in "Aranya" thank you Chinanna for making this so special."
 
Netizens have taken to the comments section to express their excitement about the revelation.
 
Several film personalities took to their social media to express their excitement towards the film.
 
Actress and producer Lakshmi Manchu wrote, "Wow! This looks marvellous and powerful. Awaiting to watch this extraordinary story. #Aranya."
 
Director Deva Katta wrote, "Looking spectacular!! ATB @RanaDaggubati and team!!"
 
Actress Samantha Akkineni took to her Instagram story and wrote, " "Wooow...I am carrying a box of tissue to watch the film for sure."
 
Niharika Konidela wrote, "Looking forward for this movie! And it's about saving elephants! Can't get better."
 
Director Nag Ashwin wrote, "Can't wait @ranadaggubati.. hope it's gonna be one of a kind."
 
Talking about the film, Aranya is a pan-India tri-lingual film. It was simultaneously shot in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. It will come out in Tamil as Kaadan and in Hindi as Haathi Mere Saathi on March 26th. Apart from Rana Daggubati, the film also stars Vishnu Vishal, Pulkit Samrat, Shriya Pilgaonkar, and Zoya Hussain.
 




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