Mumbai: Actor Rana Daggubati says mounting his upcoming motion spectacle “Haathi Mere Saathi” concerned numerous challenges as they have been targeted on doing justice to the story.
Directed by Prabhu Solomon, the film is about ‘a man who fought for the jungle, the animals and against the society’. It can launch throughout the nation in three languages — Hindi, Tamil and Telugu — on April 2.
“It’s not a straightforward movie to get performed. There have been challenges. We have been coping with nature, coping with three languages and elephants. You’ve got so many components that aren’t going to be with you each day however that’s what it’s about, finishing a narrative.
“I went again two years whereas watching the making. I’m a unique man at present as a result of I used to be capable of do all this stuff,” Rana instructed reporters.
The actor mentioned for his character in “Haathi Mere Saathi”, he needed to shed to his weight by 30 kgs.
“After ‘Baahubali’, when Prabhu sir met me, I was looking like a bull. He said we have to try and figure something else out. We started understanding how will a person be if he’s lived in the jungle for so long, what the nature of his food be and that’s the physicality we brought along.”
Rana says the movie is a mirrored image to the environmental disaster the world over.
“It’s a mirror to society. This taking place in lots of elements of the nation, the world. All over the place there’s an elephant hall and urbanisation round. There are cities which develop and break the pure habitat.
“As filmmakers, artises, we have now movies to voice out sure issues. To affect individuals in essentially the most entertaining means potential…”
The movie additionally options Pulkit Samrat, Shriya Pilgaonkar and Zoya Hussain.