With Baahubali 2 all set to release, there is a lot of spotlight on lead actors Prabhas and Rana Daggubati. Before we get to see them in their full armoured glory in Baahubali 2, we will see some fashionable outings. Baahubali’s Bhallaldeva aka Rana Daggubati recently shot for a magazine cover for men’s magazine, Maxim. It is a style special and Rana has his swag game bang on. In the feature, he talks about personal style and how to win over hearts. The cover has Rana wearing a grey suit and his hair is gelled up. Tie up shoes complete his ensemble.
In another pic, he is seen sporting a aqua jacket over a grey T-shirt and blue chinos. Deep blue loafers complete the look. His hair looked little messed up like the woken up from bed look.
Sitting on the hood of a jeep, he looks like a young man in college. In the past couple of years, we have associated Rana with one look with a beard and a lot of hair. In real life, he is extremely casual. We always see Rana in denims and a black shirt. The colour of the T-shirt changes at times. He wears a black or grey suit for a formal occasion. The hunk looks classically stylish on the cover and it suits his no-nonsense persona. The two girls add a touch of oomph.
The Tollywood hunk is drool-worthy and that is not because of his looks alone. Rana has the talent, he is a VFX supervisor and a great vision as a maker. Case being in point The Ghazi Attack. The hunk is down to earth, articulate and has an earthy sense of humour. All of that just adds up to his sex appeal. Coming to his fashion, black is his favourite colour. We have lost count of the number of occasions when we saw him in black. Rana is also a favourite with fashion designers. He has walked the ramp on numerous occasions for various shows in Hyderabad. The actor is over six feet with a towering frame.
Baahubali 2 hits the theatres this April and promotions are on in full swing. It is the second part of SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus Baahubali which broke boxoffice records and created new landmarks for technical wizardry in Indian films. Baahubali 2 promises to be bigger with more fights, VFX and an intriguing storyline.