Recently, making movies in two parts or hinting a sequel at the end of the standalone films has become normal. It is widely known that Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja is all set to release his first-ever Pan Indian film, Tiger Nageswara Rao, which will hit theaters on October 20th. Now interesting news about the film is running in industry circles that the film, Tiger Nageswara Rao was initially planned for two parts, but makers dropped the idea due to certain reasons.
The story of the film is said to be huge and has a big span, and definitely it had the potential to be made in two parts and the team has said in the promotions that the movie needed a runtime of almost 5 hours to tell the story clearly. Even the team planned for two parts initially, but if it was made into two parts the team felt that there was a chance of the audience giving negative feedback with a feeling that they have watched half the movie only.
So the makers feared there was a chance of the film getting a negative response, so they crisped it for a single part with a runtime of 181 Minutes. Definitely, if the movie’s pace is good then the runtime will not affect as a few bigger stories require that runtime, and recently, we have seen many blockbusters with 3 hours runtime.
Directed by Vamsee GV Prakash Kumar scored the music and the makers released two songs as of now. Nupur Sanon and Gayathri Bharadwaj are the heroines in the film. The cinematography is by R Madhie ISC, while Avinash Kolla is the production designer. Srikanth Vissa is the dialogue writer, while Mayank Singhaniya is the co-producer.
Tiger Nageswara Rao will be released in all south Indian languages and Hindi on October 20th for Dussehra.