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Rana Daggubati in The Ghazi Attack: No rippling muscles but tough to the core

The first look of Rana Daggubati’s character in the naval war story, The Ghazi Attack, was revealed on Tuesday. Gone are the bulging biceps. Instead what we see is a sharp and tough-nut-to-crack character.

regional movies Updated: Feb 17, 2017 19:57 IST
HT Correspondent
Rana Daggubati plays a naval officer in The Ghazi Attack.
Rana Daggubati plays a naval officer in The Ghazi Attack.(Twitter)

The first look of Rana Daggubati, the protagonist of the much-anticipated, India’s first naval war story, The Ghazi Attack, was revealed on Tuesday. A tight mug shot of the actor shows him as a naval officer.

For scores of Indians who associate the actor with his macho roles in Baby and later Baahubali, this is a rather sober image. None of the rippling biceps and taut torso can be seen here. Instead, Rana sports a sharp and neat bearded look.

The Telugu-Hindi bilingual film is helmed by first-time director Sankalp Reddy and also stars Taapsee Pannu. The film which is and is based on the sinking of Pakistani submarine PNS Ghazi during the 1971 Indo-Pak war will be distributed by Dharma Productions. Reddy has also written a book on the PNS Ghazi’s sinking called Blue Fish: The War Beneath.