Ravi Teja and Nupur Sanon’s pan-India movie Tiger Nageswara Rao is now accessible on OTT.
Ravi Teja’s first pan-India movie Tiger Nageswara Rao is all set to enthrall the viewers on OTT. The movie was launched with Nandamuri Balkrishna’s Bhagavanth Kesari and obtained blended evaluations from the viewers.
On Friday, Prime Video took to its Twitter to share the poster, and wrote, “Navigate the skinny line between darkness and redemption!#TigerNageswaraRaoOnPrime, watch now.” The movie is now streaming on Prime Video in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.
— prime video (@PrimeVideo) November 17, 2023
Helmed by Vamsee, Tiger Nageswara Rao stars Ravi Teja, Gayatri, Anupam Kher, Nupur Sanon, and extra. The story revolves round how in the course of the Seventies, thief Tiger Nageswara Rao masterminds a collection of daring heists and turns into a legend for his ingenious strategies of outwitting the police. Launched on October 20, the movie collected Rs 48.5 crore worldwide on the field workplace.
Speaking in regards to the movie, actor Anupam Kher advised ANI, “Our movie isn’t based mostly on what’s documented on Tiger Nageswara Rao, all the pieces portrayed about him is simply an adaptation of rumour and rumours. That’s why the tagline says ‘based mostly on true rumours’. I’ve performed an IB officer in 5-6 motion pictures within the final 10 years however the method to this function was totally different because it’s a interval movie from the 70-80s.”
The director of the movie, Vamsee, stated, “He’s a thief principally however who will write a couple of thief? Since he used to rob, nothing a lot is documented about him. However everyone knows that he was behind among the greatest robberies.”
Nupur Sanon additionally talked about sharing screens with Ravi Teja and stated, “I think about myself fortunate. I really feel that as an actor, he’s phenomenal, however I am very blessed to have recognized him as a human as a result of he’s very humble. His vitality is so infectious that you just at all times need to be in your toes to carry out in entrance of him.”