Chennai: Actor Rana Daggubati, basking in the success of his latest release "Ghazi", on Sunday thanked everybody for their love and support as he completes seven years in the film industry.
Having made his acting debut with Sekhar Kammula's 2010 Telugu political drama "Leader", Rana has come a long way in establishing himself as a pan-Indian actor.
"Seven years from Arjun in ‘Leader' to Arjun in ‘Ghazi'! Thank you all for the love and support," Rana tweeted.
In "Leader" as well as in "Ghazi", he played a character called Arjun.
Meanwhile, the "Baahubali" star's latest underwater war drama "Ghazi" is going strong at the box office.
Directed by Sankalp, the film has been simultaneously made in Hindi and Telugu, and later dubbed in Tamil.
While the Telugu and Tamil versions are titled "Ghazi", the Hindi version is called "The Ghazi Attack".
Rana currently awaits the release of "Baahubali: The Conclusion", the second part in the franchise.
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