Rana is Ruthlessly Political in ‘Nene Raju, Nene Mantri’ Teaser: Watch

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Rana is Ruthlessly Political in ‘Nene Raju, Nene Mantri’ Teaser: Watch

CHENNAI — The first glimpse of Rana Daggubati as Jogendra in the teaser of the upcoming Telugu political drama, “Nene Raju, Nene Mantri,” shows that he plays a ruthless political character in the film.

In the 40-second teaser unveiled June 6, viewers see Rana walk like a criminal with his handcuffed hands in front of him.

Cut to the next shot, he is seen smoking in a lungi-clad avatar and mouthing the lines, “I decide when I will die. I will also decide when you will die. In my life, I’m the king and the minister.”

Rana has dedicated the teaser to his late grandfather D. Ramanaidu, a popular southern producer.

In the film, directed by Teja, “Baahubali” fame Rana will be seen playing a politician.

The movie also stars Kajal Aggarwal, Catherine Tresa, Ashutosh Rana and Navdeep.Ruthlessly

Produced by Suresh Babu, the film will simultaneously release in Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam.

Watch the teaser of Nene Raju, Nene Mantri” here:

The much-awaited teaser of ‘Nene Raju Nene Mantri’ is out and Rana Daggubati has nailed it with his attitude. The man will remind you of veteran actor Rajinikanth’s swag. Seriously, the way Rana utters his dialogues, the style in which he unfolds the dhoti with a cigarette in his hand will make you think of the superstar who has done all such stuff in his films. But right now, our focus is on Rana who looks drastically different from his last movie ‘Baahubali: The Conclusion’. He has shed the avatar of Bhallaldeva and now would be seen playing the role of a powerful politician named Jogendra.

The opening of ‘Nene Raju Nene Mantri’ teaser will show you Jogendra hand cuffed, his face covered in black cloth and he walking along with the police to the gallows. But what you’ll see next is something that will leave you stunned. Jogendra is not hung but freed from those chains and the black cloth. His swag will make you whistle like crazy. He utters an epic dialogue in Telugu which means he’s the one who’ll decide when others will die and he’s the only one who’ll decide his death.

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