Rana Daggubatti Unveils First Poster Of Haathi Mere Saathi


It looks like he plays a mahout in the film.

The makers of Haathi Mere Saathi have released its first look as a New Year treat for Baahubali actor Rana Daggubati's fans, and they have chosen NTR's mass title Adavi Ramudu for its Telugu version. Rana Daggubati has given the best try with an awesome transformation in Haathi Mere Saathi film. Rana has appeared in a decent politician role in "Leader", which is his debut film. In Haathi Mere Saathi poster Rana looks with an elephant.

Rana is looking quite different here with his new haircut and beard style, while also looking slimmer (compared to his bulky countenance in Baahubali 2).

In an interview to TNIE, he said, "There's a very exciting physical language to the character I'm playing in "Haathi Mere Saathi", something entirely different from what I've done in the past". After seeing the first look from 1945, Rana Daggubati is back with a brand new avatar & his transformation has taken our breath away. Moving into another period! This film is a Trilingual being shot in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi simultaneously.

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On the release of the first look of Haathi Meri Saathi, he wrote on Twitter, "Entering the new year with a great new story to tell". With a giant elephant in the backdrop, Rana seems to be a tiger protecting his friend as he stands right in front of the elephant, giving a rugged look.

Entering the new year with a great new story to tell.

Director Prabhu Solomon was quoted as saying, "Both Rana and Varun have equally important roles".

The team is expected to begin shooting the film in Thailand later this year, and several select locations in India.