Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Nenu Naa Rakshasi is a romantic love story

An ambitious romantic affair in a beautiful Venice is sure to attract viewers. This is exactly what the director Puri Jagannath has made in its wound-Ileana starrer Nenu Naa Rakshasi (NNR), planned for April 29 Press!
Nenu Naa Rakshasi was shot among the wood pilings submerged islands in the northern Adriatic Sea in 400 feet of bridges and 170 canals, which connect the boat to the city make it easily accessible to local people.
"Traditional and symbolic boats used in the movie are the ideal place to describe the history of Nenu Naa Rakshasi. Evolves and perfected over time, the gondolas as they are known, are designed to be easily operated by highly trained rowers," said Jagannath Puri.
Speaking about his experiences in Venice, Rana said: "I fell in love with floating city (City of Romance) at the time when he landed in the picturesque town of Italy. Almost everyone will want to visit Venice for many reasons, now. Wait and watch Nenu Naa Rakshasi and you'll know why I'm saying. Ace director Puri Jagannath and operator Amol Rathore won the beauty of the city, in a breathtaking way. "
"When you are caught in the island of endless streets, walkways, which may leave you confused, you have no other choice but to keep on walking, which is really good! There is no better way to explore Venice than get lost and wonder what it takes to offer on your every step, "Rana added. Nenu Naa Rakshasi is a romantic love story between a professional assassin and Rakshasi.Romantic wades through some difficult challenges that life throws at them attention, press, he said. 

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