The Ghost Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

The Ghost Telugu Movie Review: Akkineni Nagarjuna has been the kind of actor who chooses the most creative scripts for as long as anyone can remember. He was the one who told the Indian movie business about the classic hit “Shiva” by Ram Gopal Varma. Nagarjuna has always been supportive of new directors and willing to give them work. He has given many of them the chance to direct his movies. In the new movie “The Ghost,” Nagarjuna and Praveen Sattaru, who is also a very good actor, work together. If we look at this movie in more depth, we’ll be able to decide whether or not to go to a public showing.


The Ghost Telugu Movie Review


Vikram used to be a field agent for RA&W, but now he works at the Indian Embassy. Someone is after his sister’s daughter, Aditi. One day, his sister Anu called him to tell him to watch out for Aditi. Vikram starts to defend Aditi and stand up to the mysterious group that has been bothering them. Vikram steps in right away to stop anyone from hurting Aditi. Why did Vikram kill Aditi so badly? Can you tell me about the terrible thing that happened to young Vikram? … Each of these worries will be dealt with as the movie goes on.

Cast & Crew

The Ghost, which stars Akkineni Nagarjuna, also has an impact because of Gul Panag, Sonal Chauhan, Manish Chaudhari, Ravi Varma, Srikanth Iyenger, and Bilal Hossein. The movie was written and directed by Praveen Sattaru. Suniel Narang, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao, Narayan Das Narang, and Sharat Marar all worked together to make it. Mukesh G was in charge of the camera work, and Bharatt-Saurabh wrote the music.

Movie Name The Ghost
Director Praveen Sattaru
Music Director Bharatt-Saurabh
Producer Suniel Narang, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao, Narayan Das Narang, Sharat Marar
Genre Action, Thriller
Cast Akkineni Nagarjuna, Anikha Surendran, Gul Panag, Sonal Chauhan, Manish Chaudhari, Ravi Varma, Srikanth Iyenger, Bilal Hossein
Cinematography Mukesh G

Movie Verdict

The plot of The Ghost seems simple and old, but if the script and scenes are good, the movie could be fun to watch. There are a few moments in “The Ghost” that is likely to make people feel something, but the most dramatic parts of the movie fail to make the audience feel the main character’s feelings or the pain that drives him to beat the hell out of bad people. There are some parts of the movie that are hard to follow because the story doesn’t stay on track, but there are also some scenes that keep the audience’s attention. The ending of the movie might have been more satisfying if the audience had cared more about Vikram’s past.

As Vikram, Nagarjuna Akkineni does a very good job. His choice of scripts is good, but he doesn’t do as well as he usually does in these movies. His double is always clear, especially during action scenes. As the rich and protective Anu, Gul Panag did a great job. Anikha Surendran will continue to do well in the movie business in the years to come. Sonal Chauhan is pretty, but she doesn’t live up to her looks. Actors like Manish Chaudhari and Ravi Varma played their parts in the way that the story needed.

From a technological point of view, the Ghost seems to be enough. The style goes well with both Saurabh’s Bharatt music and the music score. The way Mukesh shot the movie is one of its best parts. When a chase or action scene gets going, the cinematography really shines. Some of the most talked-about parts of the movie are the action scenes that were directed by Dinesh Subbarayan and acted out by Kecha Khamphadkee. The action was expertly put together by these action directors, who also used body doubles in a number of shots.

Praveen Sattaru is a director who makes a wide range of films that are all getting better and better over time. The director did a great job with the production, but he should have paid more attention to the dramatic parts that Telugu speakers would have understood.

The Ghost is a good action thriller, but it doesn’t do a good job of developing its characters. But the action scenes in the movie are worth going to the theatre to see.

Plus Points:

  • Action Scenes
  • Cinematography

Minus Points:

  • Missing Emotion
  • Wafer thin storyline

Rating: 3/5

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