Ghani Telugu Movie Review: A new Varun Tej film, Ghani, has been eagerly anticipated in the Telugu cinema industry. Since Varun Tej’s last film, Ghani, came out over three years ago, the release of the film has been repeatedly delayed due to Covid. After a long delay, Ghani was finally released in theatres on April 8, 2022, and the film has received a lot of praise from the audience, with many claiming that Varun Tej has once again produced a unique film. As a result, let’s see if this film is worth our time.
Ghani (Varun Tej) is a boxer who aspires to compete at the national level, but he had to give up his sport because of his mother’s vow and he always feels bad over his father’s actions. He eventually fell in love with a girl, but after the incident, he decided to take up boxing again and go on to win the national championship.
Ghani Cast & Crew
Among the cast members are Gani Varun Tej, Saiee M Manjrekar, Jagapathi Babu, Sunil Shetty, Naveen Chandra, and others, and the film, which was directed by Kiran Korrapati, was produced by Sidhu Mudda – Allu Bobby under the name of Allu Boby company and presented by Allu Aravind.
|Cast Leads||Varun Tej, Saiee M Manjrekar, Jagapathi Babu, Upendra, Sunil Shetty, Naveen Chandra, and others|
|Producer||Sidhu Mudda – Allu Bobby|
|Written by||Kiran Korrapati|
|DOP||George C Williams|
What I appreciate most about Varun Tej’s filmography is the variety of genres he works in. To be here was a stroke of genius, and although it’s difficult to merge commercial features with a compelling story, the makers have done so admirably.
We have seen many films with the backdrop of Boxing and every film’s story has very strong and the same thing happened with Ghani also. Varun Tej is a natural when it comes to evoking deep human emotions in sports films.
Kiran Korrapat, a debut director, did a fantastic job handling a film like a seasoned filmmaker. however, handling such a huge star cast it’s not an easy job and he managed every character with a proper beginning and end.
Varun Tej is one of the most rational actors we’ve ever seen, and he nailed it in Ghani with his character’s makeover. and everyone else in the cast was excellent.
George C.’s cinematography and Williams and Thaman’s music were both excellent, although the background score could have been stronger.
Go and watch the film. Ghani is a must-see movie, an excellent commercial film with a strong narrative.