Rana Daggubati about 1945: The story is set in a time when a lot of people from the South were moving to Burma

Rana also said that he will be learning guerrilla warfare for 1945.

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The much-loved Rana Daggubati will soon be seen in the highly ambitious Tamil-Telugu bilingual ‘1945’. And, needless to say, he is quite excited about the same. During a recent chat with a leading daily, the dashing actor opened up about the film and said that he will be learning guerrilla warfare techniques for the film. He went on to add that ‘1945’ is set in a period during which people from the South were moving to Burma.

“The story is set in a time when a lot of people from the South were moving to Burma. There’s a love story between me and Regina Cassandra woven in. We wrap up the second schedule today ,” he added.

Besides this, Rana also revealed that he will be sporting a new look in ‘1945’ and people are having a difficult time recognising him in his new avatar.

“It will be interesting to engage the audience with a story like this. It’s so different that it took me a few days to register that it’s my face and recently when I had gone to a  wedding reception, my family didn’t recognise me without half of my trademark beard. The film journeys over three-four years and so there will be certain variations to my look,” he added.

Well, we wish Rana the very best for ‘1945’ and hope that his efforts pay off.  On a related note, the star is going through a terrific phase on the professional front and delivered 3 hits this year. It will be worth watching whether  ‘1945’ helps him continue his tryst success.

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