Rana Daggubati’s Virata Parvam song Nagaadaarilo released

Rana-Daggubatti

The creators have released the Nagaadaarilo song from the impending period show, Virata Parvam. Highlighting Rana Daggubati as Comrade Ravanna and Sai Pallavi as the blameless young lady nearby, the track has a vibe decent component. This eagerly awaited project is scheduled to be out in theaters on 17 June.

Suresh Bobbili, one of the most underestimated authors in Tollywood has scored the track. The woodwind by Lalit Talluri has given Nagaadaarilo an old-world appeal. Dyavari Narendar Reddy and Sanapati Bharadwaj Patrudu have given lyrics to this delicate track. The melody portrays the force of affection and how it can change a defiant individual into something else entirely. Virata Parvam follows an awe-inspiring romantic tale set against the scenery of the Naxalite Movement during the 90s in Telangana.

Look at the tune underneath:

This Venu Udugula’s executive likewise stars Priyamani, Nanditha Das, Naveen Chandra, Zareena Wahab, Eswari Rao, and Sai Chand in noticeable roles. D Suresh Babu is introducing the film and Sudhakar Cherukuri is bankrolling it under the pennant Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Cinemas. Dani Sanchez Lopez and Divakar Mani have dealt with the cinematography for the film.

The flick was at first expected to release on 30 April 2021, but the release date was postponed because of the COVID-19 situation in the country.. It is additionally accepted that the producers will likewise begin another round of promotions soon. The group has likewise divulged the teaser of the film and got a positive reaction from the crowd.

On the work front, Rana Daggubati will likewise be viewed as the lead in K Madhu’s authentic show, Anizham Thirunal Marthanda Varma. The film is based on the life of Marthanda Varma, the popular ruler of Travancore from the eighteenth Century A.D. The film has been really taking shape for quite a while and the fans are restless to see the star as a strong noteworthy person. The fanatics of the Baahubali actor are excited about both these dramatizations.