Nagarjuna recently announced that he is planning to release his elder son Naga Chaitanya’s upcoming film Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam in mid-May. “I watched the film every day as I sat with the director in the edit room, so I know how beautiful it is,” says the actor. “It’s an emotional drama between a father and his children. Jagapati Babu, Sampath, Chaitanya and Rakul play four important characters,” he reveals, adding that one can see a different Rakul in this film. “Rakul surprised me with her performance as a village girl who comes to town and dreams about her husband. She wore half-saris throughout the film and looked like a Telugu ammayi,” says Nagarjuna.
The film is directed by Kalyan Krishna, who worked earlier with Nagarjuna in Soggade Chinni Nayana. “Kalyan is a good writer and has penned very nice dialogues for this film. He establishes characters well and this film is a mix of two of my earlier favourites — Manmadhudu and Ninne Pelladatha,” reveals Nagarjuna.