Rana Daggubatti’s Naval Film ‘Ghazi’ to Be Trilingual in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu

Published: 26th September 2015 07:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th September 2015 07:32 AM   |  A+A-


MUMBAI: A Hindi-Tamil-Telugu submarine film, “Ghazi,” is based on the true story of “Ghazi,” a Pakistani submarine that sank in 1971 under mysterious circumstances. Rana Daggubatti has agreed to do the three-version film, as the “whole country needs to watch the film at once.”

Two submarine sets are being erected in Hyderabad with immaculate and minute detailing. Sankalp Reddy, who has written the film, will make his directorial debut in this film. The actor feels that Reddy has the perfect vision to tell the story.

Daggubati is meeting actual naval officers as part of his prep and has already started working on his look in the film. The actor rues the fact that submarine officers have not been depicted much in films.


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