'I fell in love with the floating city (City of Romance) the moment I landed in the scenic city of Italy', Actor Rana Daggubati says. 'Almost everyone will want to visit Venice for a number of good reasons now. Wait and watch NENU NAA RAKSHASHI (NNR) and you will know why I am saying this. Ace director Puri Jagannadh and Cinematographer Amol Rathod have captured the beauty of the city in breathtaking manner,' Rana adds.
What made Venice more interesting and well-known around the world is the fact that it is surrounded on all sides by water, the beautiful actress Ileana, who co-stars with Rana Daggubati in the latest flick NENU NAA RAKSHASHI, says 'I'm sure the fun facts in Venice are more than enough to make you want to go to the 'Queen of Adriatic', Venice'.
NENU NAA RAKSHASHI was shot amidst wood pilings on the submerged islands in the Northern end of the Adriatic Sea 400-foot bridges and 170 boat canals that connect the city to make it easily accessible to the local populace.
'Once you are caught in the island of endless streets, foot bridges that can leave you confused, you would have no other choice but to keep on walking - which is actually a good thing! There's no better way to explore Venice than getting lost and be surprised in what it has to offer at your every turn.' Actor Rana Daggubati said.
A challenging romantic affair set in the beautiful city of Venice sure to catch the eyes of cinemagoers. 'The traditional and symbolic boats used in the film are a perfect setting to narrate the story of NENU NAA RAKSHASHI. Evolving and perfected through time, Gondolas as they are known are designed to be easily operated by a highly-skilled oarsmen Puri Jagannadh says'.
NENU NAA RAKSHASHI is romantic love story between a professional killer and a Rakshashi. The romantic couple wades through the tough challenges that life throws. The movie offers an interesting insight about dealing with tough situation like suicide. The background setting of the movie conveys a strong message 'Suicide is not a permanent solution to a temporary problem'