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
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.
The Director is the one who decides whether the film is complete or not.. Let the audience decide whether this film is complete or not. Almost 60 days of shoot and crores of money invested, nobody will release an unfinished movie.@Sathyasivadir A director decides the script. https://t.co/PadnjgKLcC— Rajarajan.S.N (@Rajarajan7215) October 27, 2019
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.