Eagle 2024 Telugu Movie Teaser Out starring Ravi Teja

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Eagle Movie Trailer: Tollywood Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja's latest movie is 'Eagle'. Director Karthik Ghattamaneni is producing this movie with great ambition. Ravi Teja will be seen in a new getup in this action movie. The makers are trying to bring this movie to the audience as a Sankranti gift. Recently the teaser of this movie has been released. The dialogues in this are impressive. With this blow, there is talk that Ravi Teja will get another solid hit in his account.

'Eagle' Movie Teaser is Impressive:

Currently, the shooting of the movie 'Eagle' is complete. The post-production work of the movie is also going on. The video released during the announcement of the movie also impressed the fans. From the video, it is understood that 'Eagle' is being made as a suspense action thriller. Recently the teaser of this movie has been released. 

In this teaser, the things that everyone says about Ravi Teja are so high. Ravi Teja, wearing a lungi and holding a gun, looked more mass than ever before. The teaser continued to be thrilling along with the action. “Call down the lava from the hill. There will be no town. The teaser starts with Ravi Teja's solid dialogue saying, "You will not exist". “He lives in the forest. He wanders around. Not visible. 

But he is spread" can be said to be the highlight of the hype teaser given by Srinivas about Ravi Teja's character. "This is only destruction, what will be seen next is the appearance of the universe" is more impressive. At the end of the teaser, Ravi Teja's getup looks amazing. He looked more massy with a cut on his face and notes wrapped around him.

Eagle Releasing on January 13

In the movie 'Eagle' opposite Ravi Teja is playing two heroines. One of them is Anupama Parameswaran and Kavya Thapar. Madhubala, Navadeep, and Vasarala Srinivas are playing the lead roles. People Media Factory, which gave Ravi Teja a super duper hit with 'Dhamaka', is producing this movie. The movie 'Eagle' will be released on January 13 as a Sankranti gift.