A still from 'Narappa' trailer
A still from 'Narappa' trailer

The much-awaited trailer of Venkatesh Daggubati and Priyamani’s Telugu action-drama film, 'Narappa', was officially released by the makers on Wednesday.

The thrilling trailer gives a glimpse of the emotional and gripping saga of a farmer and his family.

Going by the trailer, it seems that the film, set in the fields of Andhra Pradesh, is sure to keep the audience hooked till the end.

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, the aspect of ‘Family’ is at the heart and core of the movie’s theme and how the protagonist goes an extra mile to protect his loved ones and the family’s pride.

The action drama captures this special sentiment through a beautiful narrative while highlighting a unique bond between a father and a son.

The film is jointly produced by Suresh Babu and Kalaippuli S. Thanu, directed by Srikanth Addala, and also stars Ammu Abhiraami, Karthik Rathnam, Rajsekhar Aningi, Rao Ramesh and Rajiv Kanakala in pivotal roles.

'Narappa' will premiere on July 20, 2021, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. It will be available in India and across 240 countries and territories.

Speaking about the exciting launch, co-producer Suresh Babu said, "Narappa is a story that holds a special place in our hearts. Its narrative is layered and quite thought-provoking. From the Venkatesh to Priyamani, every cast as well as crew member have put in an incredible amount of love and dedication to bring this story alive. We wanted every viewer to leave with more than just a story and that is exactly what this gripping drama has to offer."

Adding further, co-producer Kalaippuli S. Thanu said, "I am honoured to be a part of this phenomenal film. The film’s core message is very powerful and unnering to the harsh realities of life. I am certain that it will impact in ways that no one would expect. I am incredibly happy that we are able to showcase our film to audiences across 240 countries and territories."

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