‘Rana Naidu’ will start streaming on Netflix from March 10Finally! The trailer of Venkatesh Daggubati and Rana Daggubati-starrer ‘Rana Naidu’ is out. Backed by the OTT giant Netflix, the intriguing trailer of their upcoming web series was unveiled yesterday . The show, which is an official adaptation of 'Ray Donovan', sees the Tollywood stars play father and son in a story set in the underbelly of Mumbai, where glitz meets grime.'Rana Naidu' essayed by Rana Daggubati is a professional fixer who solves the issues of high-profile celebrities and has no control over his personal life. Venkatesh plays an ex-convict and his estranged father. The 2.37 minutes long trailer of Rana Naidu unravels the family feud between Rana and Naga Naidu (Venkatesh). The expectation from the series is very high as Venkatesh who is known for his family entertainers is going to portray a bold and violent avatar for the first time. The out-and-out action entertainer will start streaming on Netflix from March 10.Check out the gripping trailer here:\r\n \r\n \r\n The series brings together the uncle-nephew duo for the first time and also marks 'Victory' Venkatesh’s digital debut. Directed by Karan Anshuman (of 'Mirzapur' fame) and Suparn S Varma, who worked as a dialogue writer for the Samantha-starrer ‘Family Man 2’. The series also features Ashish Vidyarthi, Sushanth Singh, and Surveen Chawla in prominent roles.Talking about working with Venkatesh, Rana Daggubati said, “From the time I made it in my career, I knew I would do this at some point in my life. And I just wanted it to not be a cliche, and be something that we can consistently revisit. I couldn’t have asked for anything better than Rana Naidu, these filmmakers, and Netflix. So, I am very happy.”Venkatesh added, “As Rana was saying, it was not the usual kind of family drama. I am not soft with him. We are not singing songs. This isn’t what people will expect from us. This is very different. There are some hard-hitting dialogues. But it was really nice and I am really glad that we got to do it.”The duo was asked about the tough part of working with family. Rana revealed “In this show, I had to hate the person I love the most and that’s my uncle. It is very hard to use foul language because it was stressing him and stressing me too. It was fine as long as it was in Hindi but in Telugu, it was too much. That was the most difficult part,” he said.During the event, Venky also surprised everyone by singing his popular song “Phoolon Sa” from his 1993 film ‘Anari’. The actor said that it’s been 30 long years since Anari and now he is coming back with Rana Naidu which is a kind of jump for him.