Ravi Teja will be doing a period film as his 71st outing. The Mass Maharaja of Tollywood has teamed up with director Vamsee Krishna for a film titled 'Tiger Nageswara Rao'. A period actioner set in the 1970s, the story is set in Stuartpuram.
The director said that the 'Krack' and 'Khiladi' actor will be seen speaking in a specific diction in the film. "The director has worked on the script for three years," said producer Abhishek Agarwal of Abhishek Agarwal Arts.
What is exciting is that this one is Ravi Teja's first pan-India project to be released in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi.
There was once a time when the titular character, a real-life thief, was the most wanted thief of south India. If cinematography is by R Madhie, music is by GV Prakash Kumar. Production design is by Avinash Kolla, while dialogues are by Srikanth Vissa. Presented by Tej Narayan Agarwal, the film is yet to go on the floors.