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Home / Regional Movies / Rana Daggubati shares an emotional post on grandfather D Rama Naidu’s death anniversary. See pic

Rana Daggubati shares an emotional post on grandfather D Rama Naidu’s death anniversary. See pic

Rana Daggubati, who has often spoken of his close relationship with his grandfather late D Ramanaidu, took to social media to express his sentiment on the late filmmaker’s death anniversary.

regional-movies Updated: Feb 19, 2019 11:01 IST
Karthik Kumar
Karthik Kumar
Hindustan Times
Rana Daggubati has often spoken fondly of his grandfather, late D Rama Naidu.
Rana Daggubati has often spoken fondly of his grandfather, late D Rama Naidu.(Instagram)

Actor Rana Daggubati took to Instagram on his grandfather D Rama Naidu’s fourth death anniversary on Monday to share an emotional post. On several occasions over the years, Rana had revealed that he was very close to his grandfather and that his loss was a big blow to the entire Daggubati family. Rana had publicly admitted that he loved his grandfather more than anything in this world.

Sharing a picture from the past featuring his grandfather, Rana wrote: “You’ve left but your spirit holds us stronger and stronger every day. Miss you Tatha.”

 

In the picture, Rama Naidu is seen carrying Rana in one hand and one of his other grandchildren in the other.

A well-known producer with over 100 films across languages to his credit, Rama Naidu, was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2014. A year later, he passed away.

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On the work front, Rana is currently busy wrapping up the shoot of Haathi Mere Saathi, which features him in the role of a mahout. It’s a modern-day adaptation of yesteryear star Rajesh Khanna’s film of the same name.

Directed by popular Tamil filmmaker Prabhu Solomon, the film has been predominantly shot in Thailand where Rana extensively shot with elephants. The film, according to reliable sources, will explore the bond between elephants and human beings. Apart from Thailand, the makers also shot in Kerala and Delhi.

Last week, reports emerged that Rana might also be seen playing a cameo in Anusha Shetty and R Madhavan starrer Silence, which goes on floors from next month in the US. The film also stars Anjali in a crucial role.

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