Vaman Srinivas (Prasanth Narayanan), a former CBI officer who advocates for the privatization of prisons, achieves his goal. When a group of Vamans go to perform Bhumi Puja to build a jail, they are abducted. To free the kidnapped, the government sends out an officer by the name of Charan Raj (Jayaram). When Jayaram (Shiva Rajkumar) discovers that Vaman has been abducted by Big Daddy’s (Shiva Rajkumar) gang, he becomes extremely upset.
Identify Big Daddy. What history does he have? Why was Vaman Srinivas taken into custody and put in jail? What is the background to the gold reserves kept inside the jail? How did Charan Raj handle the situation of abduction? In the dramatic tale of the kidnapping, who is the true ghost? What is the purpose of Big Daddy? The narrative of the film Ghost provides the explanation for how he accomplished his objective.
The intriguing beginning of Ghost’s story is the drama surrounding the kidnapping in the prison. What will happen in the first half of the movie is unclear because of the original story’s lack of a storyline, several narrator errors, and a lack of clarity regarding the characters. The film appears to test one’s patience with its confusing narrative and numerous unexplained surprises. One needs to make an effort to participate in the movie because of Shiva Rajkumar.
The plot seems to become better in the second part. In the film’s climax, the twists, build-up views, and elevations feel a little bit better. The movie’s action sequences and soundtrack are regarded as its most captivating features. For followers of Siva Rajkumar, it’s akin to a celebratory dinner. There are a lot of things that the average viewer will find objectionable.
Actor-wise, Shivraj Kumar is practically a one-man show. Regular viewers will be a little disappointed because there isn’t a duet or a heroine. Although Archana Joys, the well-known KGF member, is present, her character lacks emphasis. People who played different roles seem to be doing alright.
There are several technically stunning parts of the Ghost movie. Mahendra Sinha’s cinematography and Arjun Janya’s soundtrack are highlights of this film. The background score has attempted to bolster the scenes and tale, despite their lack of substance. It appears that other departments are not performing up to standards. The production values that Sandesh Nagaraj adheres to are commendable.
Ghost is an effort to work magic using action and a background score in place of a compelling narrative. It doesn’t appear like director Srini Story, who was fascinated by movies like Birbal, gave the screenplay any thought. Was Shivraj Kumar’s charisma the only factor in the film’s creation? There seems to be something that admirers of Siva Rajkumar will enjoy. It is suitable for viewers who enjoy action drama and Siva Rajkumar. It is sufficient to wait until it arrives in OTT if it is not possible.