Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja’s highly anticipated action thriller Eagle, directed by Karthik Gattamaneni under Tollywood’s leading production house People Media Factory, is gearing up for a Sankranti release. The previously released glimpse that showcased various shades of Ravi Teja went viral, and now, the makers have unveiled the film’s electrifying teaser.
The teaser opens with a powerful voiceover of Ravi Teja, delivering a stern warning. “Kondalo Lavani Kindaki Pilavaku… Ooru Undadu…Nee Uniki Undadu…” he says. The visuals depict the destruction caused by the protagonist, who is a myth to the public and a story hidden by governments. Finally, Ravi Teja is introduced, showcasing his various avatars, leaving audiences in awe.
Karthik Ghattamaneni, known for his exceptional cinematography, demonstrates his expertise in direction with his spectacular taking. The premise looks promising, and so is the narrative. The camera blocks captured by Karthik, alongside Kamil Plocki and Karm Chawla, are highly impressive. The thumping score by Davzand elevates the visuals to another level. Produced by TG Vishwa Prasad with Vivek Kuchibhotla as the co-producer, the production values of People Media Factory are nothing short of majestic. Production designer Srinagendra Tangala’s masterwork is evident throughout the video.
Ravi Teja makes his appearance towards the end of the clip, yet his presence is felt throughout. The Mass Maharaja delivers a mass massacre with his multiple get-ups, shades, and intense screen presence. The conversation between Anupama Parameswaran and Srinivas Avasarala, and Navdeep’s words further elevate Ravi Teja’s character. Vinay Rai is menacing as the deadly villain, while Kavya Thapar is the other heroine. Madhubala will be seen in a crucial role.
Written, directed, and edited by Karthik Gattamneni, the movie has a screenplay written by the director himself, alongside Manibabu Karanam. The dialogues are provided by Manibabu Karanam.
The makers have confirmed that Eagle will arrive in cinemas across South India and Hindi on January 13th for Sankranthi, 2024.