"Eagle" Soars High: Diwali Concept Poster Out
The upcoming Makar Sankranti season in 2024 is poised for an exciting clash in the Telugu statesBy: Tupaki Desk | 12 Nov 2023 8:19 AM GMT
The upcoming Makar Sankranti season in 2024 is poised for an exciting clash in the Telugu states, with high-stakes projects like Mahesh Babu's "Guntur Kaaram" and Venkatesh Daggubati's "Saindhav" gearing up for a January release, capitalizing on the auspicious occasion.
One of the most anticipated releases is Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja's intense action thriller, "Eagle," directed by Karthik Gattamaneni under the prestigious People Media Factory. The official teaser, unveiled few days back, created a buzz, showcasing the multifaceted talent of Ravi Teja. Recently, a concept poster was released on Diwali, adding to the anticipation surrounding the film.
Karthik Gattamneni, known for his work as a cinematographer in successful films like "Karthikeya2" and "Dhamaka," has displayed his directorial expertise in "Eagle." The poster reflects the unique and intriguing concept behind the movie, justifying its title.
Ravi Teja's presence in the poster is captivating, showcasing his versatility through multiple get-ups and intense screen presence. The visual extravaganza, edited and directed by Karthik Gattamneni, promises a mass massacre with its compelling narrative.
Manibabu Karanam, the dialogue writer known for his contribution to successful films like "Karthikeya2," collaborates with Karthik Gattamneni for the screenplay of "Eagle," ensuring a gripping storyline. The Pan India film, produced under the banner of People Media Factory by Ace Producer TG Viswaprasad, is loaded with mass elements, heightening the overall excitement.
The makers have emphasized their commitment to delivering top-notch production values, ensuring that "Eagle" will hit cinemas in all South Indian languages and Hindi on January 13th for Sankranthi in 2024. The clash of these cinematic giants adds a layer of anticipation, promising a festive treat for moviegoers in the Telugu states and beyond.