Eagle Worldwide Box Office Collection Day 4: Ravi Teja’s Movie Records Major Dip

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Written By Sedoso Feb

Telugu star Ravi Teja is currently on a roll. The actor has been giving away significant releases since 2023 and still has several movies in his kitty. However, his latest film, Eagle, has become the point of discussion because it saw the star in a new light. The movie opened to mixed reviews but with decent box office numbers. While many liked the film’s plot, others were not convinced that the storyline was unique. Yet, after four days in the theaters, the film recorded its major dip.

Eagle follows the story of an infamous assassin who goes on a mission to bust down an illegal arms trade. For his mission, he disguises himself as a cotton farmer. However, during his quest to bust the trade, he faces many challenges. Anupama Parameswaran plays the role of journalist Nalini in the film, while Kavya Thapar portrays Rachana, Teja’s love interest. Navdeep, Srinivas Avasarala, Madhoo, Vinay Rai, Srinivasa Reddy, and others play supporting characters in the movie.

Karthik Gattamneni wrote and directed the movie, while People Media Factory produced it. Eagle faced a major delay at the box office. It was set to have a release ahead of Sankranti but was postponed.

Eagle box office collection day 4: Ravi Teja’s latest movie earns $2.84 million

The buzz around Ravi Teja’s Eagle confirmed that the movie will mint millions at the box office. According to Sacnilk.com, the movie minted a whopping $746.2K net at its Indian box office. However, the film’s per-day collection has been dipping as days pass. On Day 4, as per the same report, Eagle minted only $186.55K net in India.

Now, the film’s worldwide gross collection has surpassed $2.84 million. Despite the dip, the film has performed better than Rajinikanth’s Tamil movie Lal Salaam, which is struggling at the box office.

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