Rana, grandson of veteran Telugu film actor-producer D. Ramanaidu and son of producer D. Suresh Babu, started his acting career with 2010 release "Leader".
"After I became an actor, style was kind of defined by the film that I did because most films are extremely genre driven. The first film I did, which was a political drama, so I started looking like a politician in the process of it.
"My second film was 'Dum Maaro Dum', where I looked like a goon, hippie... Then came 'Department', where I had a moustache and short hair, whatever I wore, I just looked like a cop," the actor told reporters at a charity event held for underprivileged kids by designer Riyaz Gangji here.
"So, I think a film defines what you do and you kind of end up doing it beyond a film. I think my personality is bits and pieces of the films that I have done. It is a confused mess actually," said the actor.
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