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Rana’s director to make a movie with Venky 1st




Rana's director to make a film with Venky first
Rana&#8217s director to make a movie with Venky very first

Milind Rau is a sensational director from Kollywood. He has very last built supernatural horror thriller Aval, dubbed into Telugu as Gruham which was a sensational hit. He has managed to give the audience several scares with the film.

It was not too long ago up to date that Milind Rau has managed to convince Rana Daggubati for a supernatural motion adventurous flick. The movie was expected to hit the flooring early next year.

Now, according to the most current update, just before moving on to Rana Daggubati&#8217s motion picture, he will be doing the job with Rana&#8217s uncle Venkatesh. Milind Rau has a short while ago achieved Venkatesh and narrated a line that was so unique. Venky hasn&#8217t tried such a flick in his job in advance of. So, the senior actor is thrilled to be teaming up with Milind Rau.

We have to wait around and see irrespective of whether this task will materialize 1st.


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