Eagle : Conventional yet remarkable

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Movie: Eagle
Rating: 3/5
Cast: Ravi Teja, Anupama Parameswaran, Navdeep, Avsarala Srinivas, Kavya Thapar and others
Director:  Karthik Ghattamaneni
Produced By: TG Vishwa Prasad
Release Date: 9th February 2024


The story of Eagle revolves around Sahadev Varma (Ravi Teja), an enigmatic individual who farms rare cotton in the secluded Talakona forest. However, the true identity of Sahadev is unveiled by journalist Nalini (Anupama Parameswaran), who discovers his hidden past as a proficient assassin and his rivalry with the Indian Intelligence Department, naxals, and terrorists. As the plot unfolds, the intrigue revolves around the true nature of Sahadev and the reasons behind everyone's pursuit of him, which forms the essence of the narrative.


Ravi Teja gets a different role, and he effectively portrays it with the much-required intensity.  Anupama Parameswaran has a good amount of screen presence and suits the character well, while Kavya Thapar also makes her presence felt despite her limited scope. Supporting actors Navdeep, Ajay Ghosh, Vinay Rai, and Srinivas Avasarala deliver commendable performances.

What worked for the film:

The whole suspense around the Hero's character was presented well. The captivating pre-interval sequence works tremendously, and the latter half continues to greater heights, brimming with impeccably executed action scenes. Karthik's cinematography is praiseworthy, skillfully capturing the film's stunning visuals. The movie showcases exceptional production values, and the cinematography is praiseworthy. It is worth mentioning that Davzand's music effectively enhances crucial scenes with its background score. The emotional touch towards the climax also adds value to the film.

What did not work for the film:

Director Karthik's approach of narrating the film in chapters shows great promise from the start, captivating the audience after one episode. However, this narrative style gets repetitive and overboard, creating confusion. The film's pace looks uneven in parts because of several characters and incidents. The backstory had excellent reasoning, but the overall execution could have been better.

Eagle Movie Review and Verdict:

Raviteja's Eagle is a conventional thriller with remarkable action episodes and a stylish presentation. The technical excellence, action episodes, and the principal characters' impact work for the film, while the repetitive narrative style of voice-over with overboard dialogues and the issues with the pacing work against it. It can be an enjoyable outing despite the flaws. 

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