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The Ghost Review

The Ghost Review
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Director: Praveen Sattaru
Producer: Suniel Narang,Puskur Ram Mohan Rao, Sharrath Marar
Release Date: Wed 05th Oct 2022
Actors: Nagarjuna
 
The Ghost Rating: 2.75 / 5
The Ghost Punchline: Nagarjuna all guns blazing
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What's Behind

King Nagarjuna is gearing up to show the power of his stunts as an Interpol agent in The Ghost. Nagarjuna is following the sentiment and releasing the film on October 5, the same day when he scored a hit with Ram Gopal Varma's Shiva which turned out to be a cult classic. The film directed by Praveen Sattaru stars Sonal Chauhan as the female lead. Let us find out whether Nagarjuna gave goosebumps to all as The Ghost.

Story Review

The Ghost story revolves Nagarjuna add the Ghost and how he takes on the underworld Mafia. Vikram ( Nagarjuna), am Interpol agent gets surprised when his sister Anu ( Gul Panag) calls him after many years. He decides to meet his sister, much against the wishes of this colleague, lover Priya( Sonal Chauhan). This results in interesting twists and turns and lands the lives of everyone in danger. 

To unravel the mysteries of The Ghost and how it is connected to his niece Aditi (Anika Surendran), Pankaj  Nair ( Ravi Varma) enjoy The Ghost on the big screen. 

Artists, Technicians Review

Story of the Ghost readied by Praveen Sattatu is to show Nagarjuna in an action avatar. He starts the proceedings with action sequences setting the tone for the narration. Just like in PSV Garuda Vega he generates interest by unraveling each and every twist accordingly. He blended the action sequences with the right kind of emotions. The interval bang is well designed and it paves way for the second half. In the second half Nagarjuna goes all out to seek revenge and the climax blasts the minds of all. Praveen Sattatu's story is interesting and exciting and it is treat to Akkineni fans and action movie lovers. 

Nagarjuna who late has been doing feel-good romantic and family entertainers, deviated and came up with an  out and out action entertainer. He excelled in intense action and stunt scenes composed by the stunt choreographers. He showed good emotions while trying to save his sister and nice. Nagarjuna as usual looked slim and fit to play the role of an Interpol agent. 

Sonal Chauhan played the second fiddle to Nagarjuna and even she performed breathtaking stunts. Gul Panag got the important role of Nagarjuna's sister and she did well in her emotions. Aneka Surendran played the role of Nagarjuna's niece and she looked bubbly. Others like Ravi Varma, Srikanth Iyengar performed according to their  roles.

Songs of Bharatt-Saurabh didn't make an impact. Mark Robin however with his background music maintained the intensity. Dialogues are ok and Dharmendra Kakarala's editing could have been far better. Production values are good. 

Advantages

  • Nagarjuna
  • Action sequences
  • BGM
  • Cinematography

Disadvantages

  • Missing emotions
  • Wafer thin story
  • Editing

Rating Analysis

Altogether, Praveen Sattaru thrilled Akkineni fans by showing Nagarjuna in a completely different way. None would have expected such transformation from Nagarjuna. The film has everything action movie lovers expect along with the emotions. However few may put off as the film lacks connectivity. Had Praveen Sattaru fine-tuned the story and script and added few twists and turns, along with few impactful emotions, The Ghost would have made a powerful impact. Considering all these elements, cinejosh goes with a 2.75 rating for The Ghost.

 
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