The Ghost OTT Release Date (Netflix), When to Watch & Reviews

The Ghost, starring Tollywood megastar Akkineni Nagarjuna, was theatrically released on October 5, 2022, in honour of Dusshera. In his seventh film as a director, Praveen Sattaru wrote and directed the fast-paced action thriller.

With Sonal Chauhan of “Jannat” fame playing Priya opposite him, Nagarjuna, who was most recently seen in Ayan Mukerji’s much awaited Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva, played a RAW field agent named Vikram. Other notable actors who appear in important roles in the movie include Gul Panag, Anikha Surendran, Manish Chaudhari, Ravi Varma, Srikanth Iyengar, Bilal Hossein, Simmi Ghoshal, Vaishnavi Ganatra, and Jayaprakash.

The Ghost OTT Release Date

After debuting in theatres, the movie produced by Suniel Narang, Pushkar Ram Mohan Rao, and Sharrath Marar under the auspices of Sri Venkateswara Cinemas and North Star Entertainment is now allegedly selling post-theatrical OTT rights.

The film’s streaming rights have been acquired by global OTT juggernaut Netflix, and it is anticipated that it will be accessible via OTT in the first week of November (2nd Nov). The following was made public on October 25th:

The Ghost Film Story

Vikram, an Interpol agent who works in Dubai with his romantic interest Priya, is the centre of the story. Everything was going well until a sudden occurrence left him mentally unsettled and forced him to leave Priya. One day, his sister Anu (Gul Panag) called him to ask for assistance in defending her daughter Aditi. He fights the criminal organisation that has been terrorising them while doing this.

The Ghost Film Review

Both the general people and the critics responded to the movie differently, although they all praised Nagarjuna for his portrayal of Vikram. He demonstrated that, regardless of the character, he can convince you that no one else can perform it as well as he can. Sonal Chauhan’s performance in the movie was equally deserving of appreciation.

People can’t stop complimenting the principal actors’ flawless execution of the action scenes. Excellent photography, catchy BGM, and potent conversation make it worthwhile to see.

The movie’s action sequences are very fantastic, but the drama and storyline seem overdone, which lessens the effect of the jaw-dropping fifth scenes. Undoubtedly, the movies contain some mind-blowing scenes, but their placement doesn’t really add anything.