One of our family showreels. An amalgamated showreel.
An amalgamation of every film that involved a palace and the ghosts that come with it.
The Gandharva Mahal is popular for its extravagant charity. The charity meals, the clothes distribution thing, they even had a shot of some gold and silver coins (can easily make out the foil though). Imagine all the clothes that were distributed at Telugu film shoots, do the extras get to keep them?
The palace had its glory days until some hundred years ago, but, is in ruins now. The current heir (who lives in a small place outside it) had rented it out for survival money, but, is not getting much from the fraudulent tenants.
In comes Manoj with a comb like sword and saves the family from every trouble while flirting with the second daughter (Deeksha Seth). Until the ghost of Rayudu (Bala Krishna) makes an appearance. Right at a time when the heir family is getting ready for the marriage of their fully dressed older daughter (unlike the hip younger one). The ghost sets things haywire and as the film goes about ticking off cliches while trying badly to seem otherwise, we the audience suffer because of the conformism funded in crores.
Shoddy costumes, epic amateur writing, badly lit mostly and banned subtlety. Only two of them stood past all of this. Sonu Sood (reprising his Arundhati persona. Persona? It is exactly the same thing actually) and Ajay who performs exorcism locally.
How long is this place going to fund projects that seem like donations to the braindead trust? This one is in-house.