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Rana Daggubati: Haathi Mere Saathi is the toughest film I've shot

The versatile actor spoke to senior journalist Kaveri Bamzai, as a part of Indulge Express' Timepass 

Published: 10th June 2020

In a candid chat with senior journalist Kaveree Bamzai, Rana Daggubati talks about the recent death of the pregnant elephant in Kerala, his experience while shooting for Haathi Mere Saathi (Kaadan/Aranya) with the elephants in the jungle and more.  

“Having worked in the jungle for Haathi Mere Saathi, I can say for sure that a forest teaches you many things. It teaches you that creature is important to the planet. As humans, we do the most unnatural things and drive away what's right for the Earth. This incident was probably the cruellest act of mankind. We need awareness, education, and stricter laws in place,”  says Rana.

Catch the full conversation here:


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