'The Ghost' Team Introduces The Menacing Tamahagane Sword!

Acclaimed filmmaker Praveen Sattaru who is known for his movies like 'Chandamama Kathalu', 'Guntur Talkies', 'PSV Garudavega' and others has teamed up with King Nagarjuna for a slick action thriller titled 'The Ghost'. Nagarjuna is riding high on the success of 'Bangarraju' and his collaboration with Praveen Sattaru is going to offer a first-of-its-kind movie-watching experience to the cine-goers. Right from the very first poster, the movie is creating a very good buzz with its promotional content.

Nagarjuna will be seen as a highly trained and extremely lethal Interpol officer named Vikram. This project is bankrolled by Sree Venkateshwara Cinemas LLP and Northstar Entertainment Banners. Recently, the movie's unit released an update stating that the entire shooting has been completed. Now, they revealed the details of the weapon which will be used by Nagarjuna in 'The Ghost'. It's a Japanese Katana (sword) made of the rare and precious steel Tamahagane.

They released a fantastic poster where Nagarjuna is seen standing at the tip of the special sword. Katanas made of Tamahagane are very fatal. They are very sharp that even rods and iron can be cut with the object. It's the choice of weapon for The Ghost who himself makes it to take on the criminals. Also, the poster reveals that an update is on the way on 18th August at 10:08 AM.

'The Ghost' is coming out during the Dasara festive season i.e. on October 5th which is an advantage. Sultry and sensuous beauty Sonal Chauhan is playing the female lead in this project while Gul Panag and Anikha Surendran are the other prominent cast. Suniel Narang and Narayan Das Narang are the producers of this film along with Sharrath Marar. Gul Panag and Anikha Surendran are seen in important roles. Cinematography is handled by Mukesh G, wherein Brahma Kadali is the art director. Dinesh Subbarayan and Kaecha are the stunt directors. Mark K Robin who is an expert in scoring music for action and thriller movies deserves special mention for his background score.
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