Mass Raja Raviteja is all set to soar high with his upcoming film “Eagle,” expected to grace the screens, most likely on the auspicious Sankranthi eve.
In fact, the film is ready for an earlier release, should any unforeseen challenges with theater availability or other issues arise. Taking a moment to reflect on the star hero’s releases, from the previous Christmas to this upcoming one, it’s a truly remarkable journey.
Last Christmas, Mass Raja made a resounding entry with “Dhamaka” and secured a hit. Following that, he ventured into theaters with “Ravanasura” during the summer, which, unfortunately, didn’t meet the anticipated success. However, this setback didn’t deter him, as he brought “Tiger Nageswara Rao” to the screens on Dasara eve.
Even though “Tiger Nageswara Rao” may not have met all expectations, it effortlessly grossed ₹50 crores, a testament to the enduring star power that Raviteja wields.
Now, almost a year after “Dhamaka,” he’s all geared up with “Eagle.” If we also consider his second-lead role in Megastar Chiru’s “Waltair Veerayya,” it becomes evident that Mass Raja has delivered a remarkable five films within a year’s time—an achievement unparalleled in Tollywood.
Regardless of whether the films achieve box office success, Raviteja continues to provide consistent entertainment and sustains the business, akin to a relentless run-machine in cricket.
In this sense, he has become Tollywood’s go-to hero, defying all odds. If “Eagle” also soars high, Raviteja will secure a place as the top hero in terms of strike rate, a feat that no other has accomplished.
While other star heroes have typically delivered just two films in a calendar year, Raviteja stands as a testament to relentless dedication and commitment to his craft.