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1945 controversy: Producer hits back at Rana Daggubati, unveils first-look poster  

On Diwali, Rana Daggubati took to Twitter to slam the producers of his upcoming film 1945, and now, the production house has hit back at the actor

Published: 28th October 2019
Poster of 1945

On Diwali, Rana Daggubati came down heavily on K Productions, which is producing his upcoming film 1945. K Productions announced on Twitter that it will release the poster of the upcoming film as a Diwali treat. However, the actor asked the fans not to entertain the production house as the project is still unfinished, and the makers have failed to pay the actors. 

However, K Productions went ahead with the release of the first-look poster on Diwali. In addition to that, Rajarajan of K Productions hit back at Rana Daggubati. He said that the film is alive and a huge amount of money has been invested in the project already.

The poster of the film features Rana Daggubati using the British national flag, the Union Jack, as a weapon. Looks like Rana is playing a freedom fighter in the movie. 

Directed by Sathyasiva, 1945 is a period film with Regina Cassandra, Nasser, and Sathyaraj in important roles. The film is called Madai Thiranthu in Tamil.

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