Ram Venkat Srikar
Eagle's attempt to stand out with its non-linear structure is both its strength and downfall. While it deviates from typical action films, the structure can feel like a gimmick to cover narrative flaws.
With multiple narrators, including Nalini unraveling Sahadev's tale, the storytelling lacks cohesion, leading to frustration and a disjointed first half.
The film presents chapters haphazardly, failing to leverage various perspectives effectively, disrupting the flow and coherence of the narrative.
Despite its flaws, Eagle offers rewarding moments, like the inventive 'Aata - Aadhunika Veta' chapter, providing exhilarating sequences amidst its narrative challenges.
While striving for originality, Eagle ventures into predictable romantic territory in the second half, incorporating guns into the love story but lacking emotional depth.
Despite its shortcomings, Eagle finds closure through its backstory, delivering emotional resonance in the climax. Though reminiscent of other films, it manages to soar at times.