The Ghost OTT Release Date, Reviews, Where & When to Watch?

Tollywood megastar Akkineni Nagarjuna starrer The Ghost was released theatrically on October 5, 2022, on the occasion of Dusshera. The high octane action thriller is written and directed by Praveen Sattaru in his 7th directorial venture.

Nagarjuna, who was most recently scene in Ayan Mukerji’s highly anticipated Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva, played a RAW field operative, Vikram in the film and actress Sonal Chauhan of “Jannat” fame played opposite him as Priya. Other than them, the film also stars Gul Panag, Anikha Surendran, Manish Chaudhari, Ravi Varma, Srikanth Iyengar, Bilal Hossein, Simmi Ghoshal, Vaishnavi Ganatra and Jayaprakash in key roles.

The Ghost OTT Release Date

The film produced by Suniel Narang, Pushkar Ram Mohan Rao and Sharrath Marar under the banner of Sri Venkateswara Cinemas and North Star Entertainment has graced the theeatres and now some media reports are claiming that the film’s post-theatrical OTT rights have also been sold.

Global OTT giant Netflix has acquired the streaming rights of the film and it is expected that the film will be available on OTT in the first week of November (2nd Nov). The official announcement from the makers is yet to be awaited.


The plot of the film revolves around Vikram, an Interpol officer who works with his love interest Priya in Dubai.  While everything was going well, a sudden incident disturbed him mentally and made him leave Priya. One day he received a phone call from his sister Anu (Gul Panag)  to seek help to protect her daughter Aditi. While doing so, he wages war against the crime syndicate, who has been terrorising them.


The film opened to a mixed response from public as well as critics with all praises for Nagarjuna’s role as Vikram. He proved that whatever the role, he will make you believe that no one can do it better than him. Sonal Chauhan’s performance was also praise worthy in the film.

Both the lead stars performed action sequences so perfectly that people cannot keep them from praising them. Top-notch cinematography, BGM and powerful dialogues make it worth watching.

While the action part of the film is just brilliant, the drama and story part seems over-exaggerated and brings down staggering impact created by top-notch fifth scenes. No doubt, there are some mind-boggling scenes in the movies but the way they are placed doesn’t add much value.

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