Ravi Teja’s ‘Eagle’ Decides to Postpone Release

Published On: January 5, 2024   |   Posted By:

Ravi Teja’s ‘Eagle’ Decides to Postpone Release

Ravi Teja from Eagle Movie

Ravi Teja from Eagle Movie

During the busy Sankranti festival movie lineup, the much-talked-about film “Eagle” featuring Ravi Teja is choosing to wait a bit before hitting the screens in January 2024. This decision is mainly about getting more theaters to ensure a good start and decent earnings.

Ravi Teja is a popular actor, and for his movie to do well, it needs a lot of theaters for a good opening and to make good money overall. Since there are already four big Telugu films and two non-Telugu ones in the Sankranti competition, the folks behind “Eagle” thought it’s smart to step back and release the movie after the festival buzz settles. This way, they can have more theaters and make more money.

Ravi Teja’s recent movies like “Ravanasura” and “Tiger Nageshwara Rao” didn’t do great at the box office. So, the producers of “Eagle” want to avoid a clash at the ticket counters during Sankranti. The movie is expected to be an action-packed adventure, creating some excitement among the audience. By moving the release to a more comfortable date, the producers hope to make good money and keep the fans happy.

Even though this might disappoint fans who were waiting eagerly for the movie, it’s a practical decision to wait for a better time. The Sankranti season is crowded, and a well-planned release later on could be a smart move for the success of “Eagle” at the box office.

Adding to the Sankranti film mix, “Hanuman” comes out on January 12th, but it’s struggling to find theaters. What’s interesting is that “Eagle” is supposed to come out on the 13th, unless it’s delayed. If it sticks to the plan, “Hanuman” might get a boost on its second day if people like it. This whole thing with release dates and finding theaters is making the Sankranti film buzz even more interesting.