Director: Raghava Lawrence
Producer: Raghava Lawrence, Bellamkonda Suresh
Starring: Raghava Lawrence, Taapsee Pannu, Nithya Menen, Kovai Sarala
Music: Leon James, C. Sathya, S. Thaman, Ashwamithra
Raghava Lawrence(Raghava) is a camera man who works with TV channel. His supervisor named as Suhasini. TV channel TRP moves down his boss Suhasini is not happy. To enhance TRP things, a challenging and forceful chief named Tapsee(Nandini) chooses to make a highlights on ghosts in a bungalow in Bheemili. Raghava, who is stricken by Nandini, is to a great degree hesitant and has a dreary apprehension of phantoms. Things get muddled real gost have enter into situation at the circumstance. Nithya Menon(Ganga) enter into situation and rest of the stoey how he over come the situation by Ganga
Raghava Lawrence performed very wells. He has great satire timing and he utilizes it to great impact here. What’s more, in light of the fact that he is an acclaimed dance expert, there are some stunningly choreographed move groupings in the motion picture. Tapsee is splendid in the part of Nandini. This is a perfectly customized character for her. Tapsee has potentially given the best execution of her profession in this motion picture. Nithya Menon is great looked as Ganga.
In the second half the story gets to be amazingly unsurprising, particularly. Despite the fact that Nithya Menon has given a decent execution, the flashback scene does not by any stretch of the imagination lift the motion picture as it ought to have done. Low quality Visual Effects in the end phases of the film are a huge setback. Everything about this movie is noisy and it may not discover much footing amongst an inside group. Raghava Lawrence has drained this topic, of an apparition getting into the group of a chicken heart to look for retribution on adversaries from another life, to the most extreme.
Raghava Lawrence once again has succeeded as director. He is clear about his intended interest group and he has bundled his film in an exceptionally shrewd manner, to speak to them. Cinematography is really not too bad. Dialogs are noisy and some of them can make you uncomfortable. Thaman’s experience score is really viable for the film.
“Ganga” is a standard awfulness comic movie film by Raghava Lawrence Great performance by Raghava Lawrence, Tapsee and Nithya Menon coupled with sensibly great excitement levels make this film a better than average watch.