The makers of the movie ‘Eagle,’ featuring Ravi Teja, are facing a clash over its release date with other films like ‘Saindhav’ and ‘Naa Sami Ranga.’ The conflict arises from the fact that all these movies are vying for a release around the festive period of Sankranthi.
Despite efforts by the producer council to mediate and resolve the scheduling conflict, they haven’t succeeded. The ‘Hanuman’ team, set for a release on the 12th across languages, couldn’t change their date due to prior commitments. Consequently, the council suggested that the ‘Eagle’ team postpone their film.
However, the ‘Eagle’ producers are questioning this request, wondering why ‘Saindhav,’ initially scheduled for Christmas but later moved to Sankranthi after another film’s postponement, isn’t being urged to change its date. The ‘Eagle’ producers are firm on their decision to release on January 13th as planned initially.
They argue that they announced their date earlier and are perplexed why the council isn’t pressuring ‘Saindhav’ or addressing ‘Naa Sami Ranga,’ which hasn’t officially confirmed its release date yet. ‘Eagle’ producers resist changing their release date, questioning why they’re being asked while others aren’t, leading to a heated conflict over the Sankranthi release slot among these films.