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Ravi Teja is the ferocious tiger in the first look of his first pan-Indian film ‘Tiger Nageswara Rao’

Ravi Teja’s fans and movie enthusiasts have been eagerly waiting for the actor’s first ever pan-Indian project ever since its first official announcement. Finally makers have put an end to this wait and unveiled the first look of the film which is accompanied by an exhilarating glimpse video in five different languages-Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam. .

Five renowned superstars have done voice over for the teaser in their respective industries: John Abraham has done a voice over in Hindi, Karthi in Tamil, Dulquer Salmaan in Malayalam, Venkatesh in Telugu, and Shivarajkumar in Kannada.

The short video begins with introducing the viewer to the time and place where the film’s story takes place. The story takes place in the 70s in a small village, Stuartpuram, situated in the coastal region of the Bay of Bengal. Even the darkness that scares the world is afraid of the people in that region, which is known as the crime capital of South India. The area is also named Tiger Zone, i.e., the zone of Nageswara Rao. And that Nageswara Rao is none other than Ravi Teja.

The dialogue, “You might have seen a tiger hunting a deer? But have you ever seen a tiger hunting a tiger?” describes the ruthless nature of the character. Tiger Nageswara Rao is going to be the highest budgeted film for Ravi Teja. This will mark the first Pan India project of the actor.

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Along with Ravi Teja, the film also stars a talented ensemble cast, including Nupur Sanon, Gayatri Bhardwaj, and Anupam Kher in pivotal roles, among others. Nupur is making her feature film debut with this film.

‘Tiger Nageswara Rao’ is helmed by Vamsee and produced by Abhishek Agarwal under the banner of Abhishek Agarwal Arts. The film is scheduled to arrive in cinemas on 20 October 2023.

Suyog Zore


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