Since the creators of Nagarjuna's The Ghost revealed Tamahagane's weapon of choice, there has been a lot of hype about the character. They released a promo today to explain the concept behind the sword. Someone warns Nagarjuna at the beginning of the video that the entire underworld is coming for him. The drawer has a file with the name "Red Notice" that contains all of the underworld's secrets. Later, he finds this raw steel known as Tamahagane inside a sizable box that he opened.
This unfinished steel can be fashioned into a razor-sharp sword by Nagarjuna, aiding him in his battle against the underworld. The quotation now says, "The sword feels proud in The King's hands." He quickly splits a piece of strong steel in half to gauge the strength of his brand-new weapon. He blasts the power supply system as the underworld approaches his location. In addition, it is stated in the conclusion that Hagane means steel and Tama means valuable.
For the first time, Nagarjuna plays an Interpol officer in this fast-paced action-thriller. Sonal Chauhan will play the female lead role in the movie. Anika Surendran and Gul Panag also play pivotal roles. The film's soundtrack is directed by Mark K. Robin, and Bharath and Saurab provided the songs. The stunt sequences are choreographed by Subbarayan and Kaecha, with Mukesh G serving as the film's cinematographer.
The movie, directed and produced by Praveen Sattaru, is scheduled to open in theatres on October 5. Meanwhile, Nagarjun will also play a major role in the film Brahmastra which stars Amitabh Bachchan, Alia Bhatt, and Ranbir Kapoor.