Rana Daggubati: Cinema does not have a language
Rana Daggubati: Cinema does not have a language

Ace filmmaker SS Rajamouli's magnum opus Baahubali: The Conclusion left Bollywood films behind and became the first to surpass Bollywood collections at the over all box office.

Rana Daggubati, the one of the star of Baahubali who stands at the strong position in Telugu and Tamil cinema says, "Cinema does not have a language. What excites me is being part of a film. I think about the language later."

While talking about his last Telugu and Hindi Indian war film, The Ghazi Attack, Daggubati said, "Film folk are storytellers, irrespective of where they reside. You can classify them according to regions, but, we are one nation, using the same medium, relating to the same things."

Further Daggubati working on different platforms said, "I want to explore different platforms. Unlike cinema, where you devote three hours in a multiplex, the new mediums make content available at one's convenience."

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