Ravi Teja’s much anticipated Pan-Indian film, “Tiger Nageswar Rao,” faced a setback primarily due to its release date and lengthy runtime. Released on October 20th, the movie received mixed reviews and struggled at the box office. While the film boasted commendable content and action sequences, its extensive runtime, exceeding three hours, had a detrimental impact on its reception.
Traditionally, Ravi Teja’s films have thrived on their ability to captivate audiences with a handful of engaging sequences, but the excessive duration of “Tiger Nageswar Rao” hindered its potential success.
The release date added to the film’s woes as it faced tough competition from two other simultaneous releases, leaving it as the last choice for moviegoers. With a solo release strategy, the film could have garnered a larger opening and a more successful opening weekend.
Unfortunately, the fierce competition and other releases like “Bhagavanth Kesari” with positive feedback overshadowed “Tiger Nageswar Rao,” resulting in significant losses for the film. The film’s fate was sealed by its runtime and the crowded release date, preventing it from realizing its full potential and turning it into a costly venture for the makers.