Rana Daggubati Wraps Up The First Schedule Of “Virata Parvam 1992”

Mohnish Singh |Jul 01, 2019

Rana Daggubati has a number of exciting films in his hand at the moment. He recently started shooting for “Virata Parvam 1992” with actress Sai Pallavi. Now the news is coming in that the first schedule of the film has been wrapped up.

Rana Daggubati, who immortalized himself by playing the powerful character of cruel King Bhallaladeva in the S.S. Rajamouli-directed magnum opus, Baahubali: The Beginning (2015) and Baahubali: The Conclusion (2017), boasts of several high-profile upcoming films on his platter.

The actor recently started shooting for producer Suresh Babu’s Virata Parvam 1992 after a series of speculations surrounding the project. The latest we hear that the tall and handsome actor has just finished the first schedule of the movie.


Virata Parvam 1992 was formally launched on 15th June with a pooja ceremony. It started rolling at a village in the rural part of Telangana right after the pooja ceremony. Besides Rana Daggubati, the period drama also stars popular Telugu actress Sai Pallavi in the lead role. After wrapping up the first minor schedule of the movie, the team will now begin the second schedule shortly.

Talking about the storyline of Virata Parvam 1992, it is set against the backdrop of 1990’s Telangana. Inspired from real-life incidents, the movie addresses a number of social issues through its narrative. Sai Pallavi, known for playing strong female characters, essays the role of a jilted lover who later becomes a Naxalite. Rana Daggubati, on the other hand, plays a political leader in the movie.

Besides Sai Pallavi and Rana Daggubati, Virata Parvam 1992 also features Tabu, Priyamani, Zareena Wahab and Eeshwari Rao on its ensemble cast. The film is directed by Venu Udugula.

Besides Virata Parvam 1992, Rana Daggubati will be seen in close to half a dozen upcoming films, including Haathi Mere Saathi, Hiranya Kashyap, Madai Thiranthu, Enai Noki Paayum Thota, Housefull 4 and Bhuj: The Pride of India.


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