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Ravi Teja Eagle Movie Review & Public Talk

Ravi Teja Eagle Movie Review & Public Talk. Ravi Teja, known as Mass Maharaja, has recently released the highly anticipated action thriller, Eagle. It’s considered one of his most talked-about projects in recent times. The film was directed by the popular cinematographer Karthik Ghattamaneni. Now, let’s find out if the movie met the expectations or not.

Movie Name : Eagle Movie Review
Rating : 2.75/5
Starring: Ravi Teja, Anupama Parameswaran, Kavya Thapar, Vinay Rai, Navdeep, Srinivas Avasarala, Madhoo, Ajay Ghosh, Praneetha Patnaik
Director: Karthik Gattamneni
Producer: T.G Vishwa Prasad
Music Director: Davzand

Story: Sahadev Varma (Ravi Teja) comes from Talakona and grows a special kind of wild cotton. A journalist named Nalini(Anupama Parameswaran) discovers that the unique cotton cultivated by Sahadev is in high demand in Europe. When she writes an article about him, she gets into trouble. Nalini learns that Sahadev is being pursued by RAW, naxals, and terrorists. The movie unfolds the mystery around Sahadev – who he is, why these groups are after him, and what he’s doing in Talakona.

Eagle Telugu Movie Review 

Ravi Teja Eagle Movie Review and Rating

Positive Points:
Ravi Teja
Anupama and Kavya Thapar
Outstanding Action Sequences

Negative points:
Eagle’s First Half Falls Short
Slow Pacing

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Technical Aspects: Eagle is considered one of the best Telugu films, especially for its impressive technical aspects. Despite common complaints about technical standards in Telugu cinema, Eagle stands out with its excellent cinematography and thrilling action sequences.

The filmmakers deserve praise for delivering a stylish movie without compromising on the budget. While the background score is decent and songs are passable, the editing could have been tighter.

Director Karthik Ghattamaneni did a decent job overall. The first half may not be as strong, but he compensates with a compelling second half that combines both style and substance. Karthik introduced a unique avatar for Ravi Teja, though it would have been better if he had given more attention to the first half and dialogues.

Verdict: Eagle addresses a global issue and the second half is mostly engaging. Ravi Teja’s new persona, nuanced acting, and impressive action sequences are the film’s strengths. The director’s attempt at a modern action film is commendable, but the movie occasionally goes too far with annoying dialogues and exaggerated build-up scenes. The first half could have been executed better. If you can overlook these flaws, it’s worth a watch.

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