War star Rana Daggubati’s film career is going only up with Pan India projects. His next announced trilingual flick has got its first look released on the eve of this hunk’s birthday
Rana for his impeccable performances in the flicks like Baahubali-2 and Ghazi made him the most sought-after actor for big movies. He is teaming up with the veteran creative Tamil maker Prabhu Solomon for a big budget flick dealing a social cause. Titled as Haathi Mere Saathi, this flick points out the extension of Elephants and business associated with Elephant accessories. The first look poster reveals the Hindi name which would be catchy across India. Also, we can see Elephant tusks embedded in the title denoting the theme of Elephants. The director Prabhu Solomon says that this flick will hit the sets in the early days of next year. The flick will be high in animation and graphics. Also, this flick would be a tribute to a man who dedicated his life to protect Elephants from their extension.
Apart from this flick, Rana is busy with the war drama 1945 with Army backdrop. This flick is nearing its end and would be out in the early months of next year. Also, Rana is teaming up with a top British production company for his first Hollywood flick which deals with the mysterious sinking of the Indian Naval Fleet near Gujarat.