The Ghost trailer: Nagarjuna defies age to play a imply killing machine. Watch

Nagarjuna can be seen as a ruthless killing machine in Praveen Sattaru’s upcoming Telugu motion drama, The Ghost. The movie’s trailer was launched on Thursday and featured lots of bloodshed, weapons, bullets, and yakuza swords. Components taken from Liam Neeson’s 2008 movie Taken have been additionally fairly evident within the two-minute video. Additionally Learn| Nagarjuna reviews Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha: ‘Wonderful to watch Chay’

Mahesh Babu took to his Twitter account on Thursday to launch the trailer. Sharing a hyperlink to it, he wrote: “Glad to launch the extreme & gripping trailer of #TheGhost! Wishing @iamnagarjuna and the complete workforce all the easiest.” In response to the tweet, Nagarjuna wrote, “Hey @urstrulyMahesh!! I used to be so pleased 29 years in the past when your father SuperStar Krishna Garu joined me for the movie Varasudu!! Why don’t we full the circle.”

The trailer begins with Nagarjuna’s father taking a promise from him at a really younger age to take her of her sister. 20 years later, the actor seems to be a robust and expert man combating cold-blooded criminals to guard a younger lady. The plot appeared to be closely impressed by Taken, wherein Liam Neeson performs a personality with an distinctive set of expertise who stops at nothing to seek out his daughter. In The Ghost, Nagarjuna can be extraordinarily expert and units out on a mission to avoid wasting his sister and her daughter when he learns their lives are at risk.

The movie additionally stars Sonal Chauhan, Gul Panag, Anikha Surendran, Manish Chaudhari, Ravi Varma, Shrikanth Iyyangar, and Bilal Hossein amongst others. It’s scheduled to launch in theatres on October 5.

Previous to that, Nagarjuna can be seen on the display screen in Brahmastra. The actor performs an archeologist within the movie, which additionally stars Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Amitabh Bachchan and is scheduled for theatrical launch on September 9.


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