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  • Ravi Teja’s ‘Eagle’ Movie Review: A Soaring Action Thriller or a Missed Flight? 

    Cast: Ravi Teja, Kavya Thapar, Anupama Parameswaran, Madhu, Vinay Rai, Navdeep, Srinivas Avasarala, Praneetha Patnaik, Ajay Ghosh, Nitin Mehta, Srinivas Reddy, and others

    Director: Karthik Ghattamaneni

    Music: Bheems Ceciroleo

    Cinematography: Karthik Ghattamaneni, Camil Polak, Karma Chawla

    Producers: People Media Factory

    Release Date: 09-02-2024

    In Karthik Ghattamaneni’s direction, Ravi Teja stars as the protagonist in the action thriller ‘Eagle,’ alongside Anupama Parameswaran and Kavya Thapar as the female leads. The film, produced by TG Vishwa Prasad and featuring music by Bheems Ceciroleo, had stepped back at the last moment from the Sankranti race and has now been released to the audience today (February 9). So, how is the movie? Does it add another hit to Ravi Teja’s account? Did Anupama and Kavya manage to enchant the audience with their beauty? Let’s take a look.


    In a tribal village in the Talakona forest, local inhabitants consider Sahadev Varma (Ravi Teja) as a deity. Unexpectedly, one day, he goes missing. Crime investigative journalist Nalini Rao (Anupama Parameswaran), who comes to the village to investigate a matter, comes to know about Sahadev Varma. Following her article about his disappearance, the CBI gets involved. Who is Sahadev Varma really? Where did he go? Why did the CBI get involved after reading about him in the paper? What happened to Sahadev’s wife, Rachana (Kavya)? What is the hero’s connection with illegal arms? To uncover these matters, one must watch the entire movie.

    Performance Analysis

    Ravi Teja, as Mass Maharaj, has portrayed the role of Sahadev Varma distinctly different from his routine characters. Despite having fewer dialogues, he impresses with his stylish looks and expressions. Anupama Parameswaran has got a significant role, and although there’s not much scope for acting, she is visible throughout the movie. Vinay Rai, in his limited role, performed within his character’s scope. The roles of Avasarala Srinivas, Madhubala, Mirchi Kiran, and others, though limited, are captivating. Ajay Ghosh, Srinivas Reddy, and Amrutham Appaji have managed to entertain with their comedy track.

    Direction Analysis

    Director Karthik Ghattamaneni has crafted the movie around an engaging concept, focusing on gun culture and current circumstances with a compelling screenplay. The elevation scenes given to Ravi Teja, reminiscent of KGF levels, are well done. The director has presented Ravi Teja in the most stylish avatar, satisfying his fans with a full treat. However, those expecting Ravi Teja’s signature comedy might be disappointed as the movie showcases him in a serious look throughout. Dividing the movie into chapters may confuse the audience a bit. Although some scenes seem illogical, the overall movie keeps the audience engaged.


    Moving on to the technical team, Dev John’s sound designing and background score are more captivating than his songs. The songs, like “Aadu Macha” and “Gallanthe,” are not just pleasing to listen to but also visually appealing. Karthik’s cinematography is commendable. The dialogues written by Mani Babu are engaging. Furthermore, the production values are of a high standard. The work of the art department is notably praiseworthy.

    Plus Points

    • Ravi Teja’s performance
    • Hero elevations
    • Music

    Minus Points

    • First half pacing
    • Scenes lacking logic

    Rating: 3/5

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