Rana Naidu Review Hindi: Rana Daggubati and Venkatesh Daggubati starrer action crime drama show ‘Rana Naidu’ streamed today on Netflix. ‘Rana Naidu’ is based on the 2013 American drama Donovan. Its story revolves around the dark streets of Mumbai and Hyderabad. Along with being an action-thriller, the special thing about the series is that for the first time, the amazing screen presence of Rana and Venkatesh has been seen. The series also stars Sushant Singh, Abhishek Banerjee, Gaurav Chopra, and Aditya Menon.
Story of Rana Naidu Film
Rana Daggubati plays Rana Naidu, who cleans up the messes of his high-profile clients for a living. He is called the fixer of stars and takes his work very seriously. Rana knows how to fix things and helps people live stress-free. However, Rana keeps his personal life away from work.
Rana tries his best to be a loving husband to his wife Naina (Surveen Chawla). The secret of his ‘job’ often causes a rift between the two. The tussle between them escalates when Rana’s father, Naga Naidu (Venkatesh Daggubati), comes back to Mumbai. He was suddenly released from Hyderabad jail five years before the completion of his sentence. Rana and Naga have a past that doesn’t allow their relationship to be normal
Talking About the acting of the actors in the film
Whenever the camera turns on Rana’s family in the show, there are new shocking revelations one after the other. Apart from this, the show forces you to keep your seat belt on the entire time. Rana Daggubati has done full justice to his character. In the scenes with his wife and brothers, Rana gives his life. Yet we would say that more than Rana, it is Venkatesh as Naga, who brings a lot of freshness to the show with his performance. Sushant’s work in the role of the elder brother is good. Abhishek Banerjee has also impressed, playing a man who was abused as a child, in such a role, he improves the scene. Surveen learning the art of getting into character film by film.
Rana Naidu is a gruesome tale of 10 chapters that will leave you unsatisfied at the end. In the end, you will be craving to know more. If you look at it from the point of view of a love story more than a crime thriller, then you will enjoy it more.