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Kajal Aggarwal and Yogi Babu’s Ghosti is neither scary nor funny – Usky News

Ghosty Movie Summary: An inspector embarks on a mission to trace a gangster who was in his father’s custody decades ago. However, his search leads to a series of absurd events that not only jeopardize his mission but also his life.

Ghosti Movie Review: The Tamil film industry needs fresh talent to revive the lack of comedians, and director Kalyan’s Ghosty falls short of being a passable horror comedy. Despite featuring big names like Kajal Aggarwal, Yogi Babu, KS Ravikumar and Urvashi, the film failed to engage the audience due to its ineffective one-liners and absurd situations.

The story revolves around Inspector Aarti, who accidentally kills an innocent youth while chasing a deadly gangster Das. Meanwhile, three aspiring filmmakers are introduced whose lives are turned upside down after inhaling a dangerous liquid from a lab. What follows is a series of strange events that disrupt Aarti’s life, revealed to be a little girl who escaped from a mental asylum.

The poorly written plot of the film proves that even a star-studded cast can’t save a poorly written film. Most of the jokes fall flat, and the situational humor lacks realism. While the story has the potential to add a little girl as a surprise element, the absence of any real scare factor makes the film fall short of being a horror thriller.

The performances of the actors also disappoint, as most of the emotions appear forced, making it challenging to connect with the world of the film. However, the background score elevates some of the scenes. Yet, the staging looks amateurish and fails to engage the audience.

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Overall, Ghosty is another Tamil film that fails to do justice to the horror-comedy genre, and it is high time the industry realizes the need for fresh talent to revive the genre.


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