Banner: Satish Jai Films
Producer: Sahish, A.Padmanabha Reddy
Music: Sunil Kashyap
Casting: Jai, Rashmi Gautam, Ajay Ghosh, Madhu Nandan, Harsha and others
A happy go lucky guy Raju (Jai) decides to prove the existence of supernatural forces after he comes to know that he can earn Rs 5crs. Even as he intensifies his each for supernatural forces, luckily he finds some strange happenings in his sister's house.
He feels that he has hit a jackpot and with this proof he can win Rs 5crs. However much to his shock, Priya (Rahmi Gautam) calls his bluff and proves him wrong.
To find out who is right and whether Raju can prove the existence of supernatural forces or ghosts or whether Priya can prove him wrong, watch Antaku Minchi on screen.
Jai failed to attract. More often than not he went overboard and failed to get the right kind of expressions and emotions.
Rashmi attracted with her ravishing red hot looks. Madhu Nandan attracted with his comedy to some extent.
Others performed according to their roles.
The film's technical department failed completely. Music and background score of Sunil Kashyap failed to make a powerful impact. Bal Reddy's cinematography failed to elevate the scenes. Editing of Kranti left a lot to be desired.
Director Jhonny should have got his basics right before thinking of directing a film. Production values are below standard.
Rashmi's glamor treat
Madhu Nandan to some extent
Jhonny tried to attract movie lovers with a horror thriller. However he failed with a illogical story and weak script. To the top of it he failed with his screenplay and direction. Finally he ended up testing the patience of the viewers right from the start to finish.
There is not one scene in the film which attracted or generated the interest of the movie lovers. The film overall turned out to be a poor presentation on the screen.
Antaku Minchi gives innumerous torture.
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