After a super hit like 'Dhamaka', Ravi Teja scored another success with his supporting role in Megastar's 'Waltair Veerayya'. Despite a setback in the form of 'Ravanasura', Mass Maharaj is gearing up with his maiden pan-Indian flick 'Tiger Nageswar Rao'. Written and directed by Vamsee, Abhishek Agarwal Arts is bankrolling this project after hits like 'The Kashmir Files' and 'Karthikeya 2'. The makers have officially launched the first look poster and the motion poster of the movie.
They revealed it on the iconic Havelock Bridge (Godavari) in Rajahmundry. They hired a train for the grand first-look launch event. Ravi Teja looks like a ferocious tiger and roars like a tiger in the first-look poster that sees him in a rugged get-up with a thick beard. He looks menacing. he concept poster is meant to introduce the world of Tiger Nageswara Rao. It is articulated strikingly with voiceovers of five different superstars in five languages. While Dulquer did it in Malayalam, Karthi did in Tamil. Shiva Rajkumar gave the voiceover in Kannada while John Abraham did in Hindi. The Telugu version was done by Victory Venkatesh.
As mentioned at the beginning of the video, the story is inspired by true rumours. "It was the 70s. A small village in the coastal region of the Bay of Bengal... Even the darkness that scares the world is afraid of the people there... The train that makes huge noise trembles when it reaches the outskirts of the area... The feet of people shudder when they see the landmark of the town... Stuartpuram is the crime capital of South India... That area has another name... Tiger Zoneâ€¦ The Zone of Tiger Nageswara Rao..." explains the voiceover.