Several leading production houses pleased film buffs with new posters of upcoming releases
Diwali is surprisingly the festival season where no major Telugu films hit screens, much unlike the popular sentiments in Hindi and Tamil cinema. However, production houses in 2024 have compensated for the absence of releases by launching new vibrant posters of upcoming films. New posters of much-awaited films including Eagle, HanuMan, Bhimaa, Mangalavaaram and Aadikeshava were launched today.
In the latest poster of Eagle, which is scheduled to release for Sankranthi 2024, Ravi Teja is seen holding a gun while aiming his target, while he is backed by a flurry of weapons behind. The poster does enough to please action junkies, who have high expectations from the film, following the impressive teaser. Directed by Karthik Gattamneni, the film also stars Anupama Parameswaran, Kavya Thapar.
Meanwhile, Gopichand, who’s playing a cop in his upcoming action entertainer Bhimaa, too wooed audiences with a stylish poster. While donning the khaki and seated on his vehicle, Gopichand ties a group of men to a few ropes and unleashes his mean side in the poster. Kannada filmmaker A Harsha directs the film which also features Malavika Sharma and Priya Bhavani Shankar.
Another Sankranthi film poster of HanuMan too delighted audiences today. In the look, Teja Sajja holds a bomb in his mouth, while a monkey, donning shades, is seated atop his shoulder, as a motif to the mythological character that the film’s named after. A superhero song from the film will be launched from HanuMan on November 14 at 5.04 pm too. Prasanth Varma is the director.
Two other posters of November releases - Aadikeshava (November 24) and Mangalavaaram (November 17) were shared by the makers too. In the former, Panja Vaisshnav Tej and Sreeleela have a hearty laugh while Payal Rajput starrer Mangalavaaram’s poster has a text on a wall, hinting at an illicit affair. Aadikeshava is directed by N Srikanth Reddy and the latter is helmed by Ajay Bhupathi.