Telugu actor Rana Daggubati's maiden Netflix series Rana Naidu is drawing falk for its mature themes.
Last Updated: 08.34 AM, Mar 12, 2023
Telugu actor Rana Daggubati is middle of a raging debate about his maiden Netflix series Rana Naidu being unsafe to watch with family. However, Rana is unfazed as he seems to have done a drama that has bolder themes and portrayals. In the latest tweet, Rana gave a viewer discretion advice and certified his series as 'A.' "Strictly watch alone - 18+ content - A," Rana reacted to a meme that took a swipe at a section of the media that's taken exception to the matured nature of the series.
Rana also thanked the fans who supported the series amid all the outrage. "People getting offended at #RanaNaidu need to take a chill pill.Not every film/show is meant to be a sankranthi outing with the entire family. There is a sizeable mature audience who views shows/films with the right expectations," wrote a Twitter user. And Rana shared the tweet and wrote, "Edi kuda correct - thanks (This is also correct)."
Another fan also expressed solidarity with the team of Rana Naidu. "Not Sure Why So much Hatred on #RanaNaidu Venky's Character... Even Venky Should Move on From His Comfort Zone. Nothing Wrong in Making The Attempt and They clearly Promoted that the Series has Adult Content... Still He is One of the Most Dignified Actor's in TFI @VenkyMama," wrote a fan.
Rana Naidu is the official remake of the Hollywood series Ray Donovan. The series revolves around a Bollywood "fixer," who makes all the problems go away for the wealthy members of the Hindi film industry. It marked Rana's OTT debut. The series also marked the small screen debut of seasoned actor Venkatesh, who is also Rana's real-life uncle. Venkatesh plays Naga Naidu, Rana's estranged father in the series.
Season 1 of Rana Naidu debuted on Netflix on March 10 and has received mixed reviews. The series is created by Karan Anshuman and it also stars Suchitra Pillai, Gaurav Chopra and Surveen Chawla in lead roles.