Rana Daggubati will star in India's first bilingual web-series titled Social
Rana Daggubati will feature in India's first bilingual web-series Social. It will be made in Hindi and Telugu.
After tasting success and immense popularity due to his role in SS Rajamouli's magnum opus Baahubali, Telugu superstar Rana Daggubati is all set to make his web-series debut.
According to a report by The Indian Express, Daggubati will feature as one of the lead protagonists in Viu's upcoming web-series, Social. It is reportedly going to be India's first bilingual web-series made in Hindi and Telugu and will span across 11-12 episodes.
The story centers on the effects of social media in today's world. It is reported to be a fast-paced thriller and will delve into the world of cyber crime. The show features Naveen Kasturia of TVF's Pitchers and Sulemaani Keeda fame as a distressed brother who is in search of his kidnapped sister.
Daggubati will star in the lead role along with Kasturia. Canadian actress Priya Banerjee is also reportedly a part of the show. It will be helmed by Shashi Sudigala, reports Scroll.
Kasturia is also going to be seen in ALTBalaji's upcoming show Bose: Dead or Alive starring Rajkummar Rao as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Daggubati has already appeared in Viu's chat show, No. 1 Yaari, which is rated as one of the most watched shows on the web, according to The Indian Express report.
Daggubati's latest big-screen venture Nene Raju Nene Mantri performed well at the box-office and earned rave reviews for the actor's performance in the film.
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