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OMG (O Manchi Ghost) Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Saturday, June 22, 2024 • Tamil ]
OMG (O Manchi Ghost) Review
Vennela Kishore, Shakalaka Shankar, Nandita Swetha, Navami Gayak, Naveen Neni, Rajath Raghav, Raghu Babula, Nagineedu, Baahubali Prabhakar
Shankar Marthand
Abinika Inabathuni
Anup Rubens

OMG O Manchi Ghost Movie Review

O Manchi Ghost follows the chaotic journey of four individuals desperate for money.  Their desperate actions lead them on a wild ride, ultimately putting them face to face with a mysterious and hilarious ghost.


Four strangers, Chaitanya (Rajat Ragava), Pavuram (Shakalaka Shankar), Raziya (Navami Gayak), and Lakshman (Naveen Neni), find themselves united by circumstance in a police station. Facing their own individual struggles, they realize that only money can solve their problems. Desperate and driven, they make a reckless decision – to kidnap MLA Sadasiva Rao's (Nagineedu) daughter, Keerthi (Nandita Swetha). This daring act throws them into a complex web of consequences, and the intriguing question arises: how does this connect to Aathma (Vennela Kishore) and what unexpected twists and turns will this perilous journey bring?

OMG O Manchi Ghost Movie Review


O Manchi Ghost boasts a strong cast delivering commendable performances. Navami Gayak shines with her emotional depth and expressive range, while Rajat Ragava, Shakalaka Shankar, and Naveen Neni perfectly embody their respective characters. Nandita Swetha impresses with nuanced mannerisms and body language, particularly during the climax. The supporting cast, including Nagineedu and Raghu Babu, deliver solid performances.

Vennela Kishore emerges as the film's special attraction, elevating scenes with his screen presence and generating laughter through his interactions with Shakalaka Shankar.

OMG O Manchi Ghost Movie Review

Director Shankar Marthand attempts to create a comedic riot around a ghost kidnap drama, but the familiar premise necessitates a strong script and screenplay. While some scenes deliver humorous moments, the slow start and underdeveloped flashback episode fail to resonate with the audience. The flashback particularly lacks emotional depth.

The screenplay, while decent, could have benefited from a faster pace, while the direction is competent. The film could have been enhanced with more finely tuned scriptwork, hilarious dialogues, and entertaining elements.

Anup Rubens' music is decent, with average songs but an effective background score. Andrew Babu's cinematography complements the story, while MR.Varma's editing leaves some unnecessary scenes intact. The production values are commendable.

OMG O Manchi Ghost Movie Review

Overall, O Manchi Ghost offers a decent performance from the cast, but a stronger script and more focused direction would have elevated the film to greater heights.


While Vennela Kishore's hilarious presence in O Manchi Ghost undoubtedly entertained audiences, viewers expressed a desire for more from the film's creators.

Rating: 1 / 5.0


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