Ghani Review – Outdated Boxing Drama

The film tells the story of the titular Ghani (Varun Tej) who wants to win a medal for boxing at the nationals. Even as he struggles to make it big from Vizag

The film tells the story of the titular Ghani (Varun Tej) who wants to win a medal for boxing at the nationals. Even as he struggles to make it big from Vizag and coaches with his trainer (Naresh)

Ghani banks heavily on everything from mother sentiment to a pale love story to propel the story forward so far - basically everything but the boxing it promises

Ghani (Varun Tej) is a son of a stained boxer. His father is caught cheating using drugs and substances while boxing

Title: Ghani Cast: Varun Tej, Saiee Manjrekar and other Director: Kiran Korrapati Run-Time: 150 minute Rating: 2.5/5

In our sports-based multi-genre dramas, coaching is all about the trainer convincing the hero to maintain his calm and not get provoked by the opponent's cheap trick

One wonders why our lead actors, who are born with innate skill at playing the sport

This itch to arrogantly talk about his sins, past, present and future, comes back to bite the villain in the climax of 'Ghani'