Amazon Prime Video recently launched the thrilling trailer of Venkatesh Daggubati and Priyamani’s much anticipated Telugu action-drama film, Narappa. Netizens from all over have given a thumbs up to the trailer, along with Rana Dagubatti, Shruti Haasan, Raashii Khanna and Filmmaker Anil Ravipudi who loved the trailer!
Owing to the massive appreciation, the trailer also trended at #1 on YouTube within just a few hours of its release.
Rana Daggubati, took to his social media, and shared, “What a fierce trailer 🔥🔥🔥
NarappaOnPrime on July 20 !”
Anil Ravipudi shares, “What a Fierce Trailer this is..Venky sir as #Narappa 🔥🔥
Can’t wait for July 20th.
What a Fierce Trailer this is..Venky sir as #Narappa 🔥🔥#SrikanthAddala 👌— Anil Ravipudi (@AnilRavipudi) July 14, 2021
Can't wait for July 20th.
https://t.co/iTV5YlzRkJ#NarappaOnPrime @PrimeVideoIN#Priyamani @KarthikRathnam3 #ManiSharma @Sureshprodns @theVcreations https://t.co/hfg5vi7eJB
Shruti Haasan took to her instagram and shared, “Can’t wait to watch #Narappa, wishing one of my favorite people @VenkateshDaggubati sir all the love amd light for this project! 🥳
Actress Raashii Khanna shares, “@VenkyMama love the trailer and you! Waiting!! 🤗🤗 #Narappatrailer”
Not just the celebs, netizens and critics have hailed the storyline and called it as one gripping, thought provoking and must-watch story. The critics too have applauded the strong and solid plotline, that the film will offer, by the looks of the trailer.
The film is jointly produced by Suresh Babu & Kalaippuli S. Thanu, directed by Srikanth Addala, and stars superstar Venkatesh Daggubati and Priyamani in the lead alongside Ammu Abhiraami, Karthik Rathnam, Rajsekhar Aningi, Rao Ramesh and Rajiv Kanakala in the pivotal roles.
The film brings to the fore, a riveting tale of Narappa (essayed by Venkatesh Daggubati) and his family and the unseen struggles of a farmer. As shown in the trailer, Audiences can catch the world premiere of Narappa on 20th July 2021 exclusively on Amazon Prime Video which will be available in India and across 240 countries and territories.