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Rana Daggubati chops off his beard; leaves Twitterati wondering, ‘Who is this guy?’

All set to star in another period drama '1945', Rana Daggubati got a slight makeover and shaved his beard for it. But, after looking at his picture, his fans couldn't even recognise the actor.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: October 26, 2017 8:39:36 pm
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Rana Daggubati took the entertainment world by storm with his negative character in the Baahubali movies. Many film buffs also confessed to have like his role more than the protagonist Baahubali (Sr and Jr), played by Prabhas. And, when the actor revealed he is blind in the right eye, his fans couldn’t help but be more sympathetic to and charmed by the actor. Now, he is all set to star in another period drama 1945. Getting a slight makeover for it, the 32-year-old recently chopped off his beard and shared it with his fans on Twitter.

Sharing the look online, he said: “Alright the beard gone!! Moving into another period!! Working on a new look for #1945. First look will be out November!! #faceunderthebeard.” 

He looks handsome, but he also looks really different from his erstwhile Baahubali look. And, it was enough to create chaos on the micro-blogging site. While some couldn’t stop wondering who that guy is, others wanted his original look back. A few others also felt that their moustache and beard is better than Daggubati. Check out the reactions here.

What do you think of Daggubati’s new look? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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