Khosty Movie Review & Rating

Starring: Kajal Aggarwal, K.S.Ravikumar, Yogibabu, Oorvasi, Radhika Sarathkumar, Redin Kingsley, Thangadurai, Adukalam Naren, Manobala, Motta Rajendran and others

Director: Kalyaan

Producers: Seed Pictures

Music Director: Sam CS

The much-awaited film of popular actress Kajal Aggarwal, titled “Khosty” (which is the dubbed version of “Ghosty”), has finally been released in theaters today. Read on to discover our review of the movie and find out if it is worth watching.


The plot of the movie revolves around Inspector Aarthi, played by Kajal Aggarwal, who is determined to capture a criminal named Das, previously arrested by her father two decades ago. However, during her mission, she unintentionally kills an innocent bystander named Jai, after which she starts experiencing strange and bizarre incidents in her life. The film delves into the cause of these events and whether they are connected to Jai or someone else. To find out what happens next, you’ll have to watch the movie.

Plus Points:

Kajal Aggarwal, the lead actress of the movie, delivers some impressive performances in certain scenes. Comedian Yogi Babu also shines in the film, offering some much-needed comic relief with his clever one-liners.

KS Ravi Kumar’s portrayal of a gangster adds a unique and unexpected comedic twist to his character, which is something audiences haven’t seen from him before. Actor Jai also makes a noteworthy cameo appearance, showcasing his talent despite only being on-screen for a brief five minutes.

Urvashi delivers a satisfactory performance in her role, while comedian Rajendran’s performance is well-suited to his character and delivers some laughs.

Minus Points:

Many viewers may question why Kajal Aggarwal agreed to star in this meaningless film that lacks both scare and laughs. Although she looks stunning on-screen, her lackluster performance leaves much to be desired, and cannot save the film from its disappointing execution.

The plot is poorly constructed, leaving audiences confused and wondering what the director’s intentions were. The so-called “horror” scenes are outdated and fail to evoke any sense of fear. Instead, they are more likely to elicit laughter from viewers. The emotional aspect of the film is also unsatisfying.

Director Kalyaan intentionally creates gaps in the plot, especially in the scenes featuring KS Ravi Kumar, making it difficult for viewers to connect the dots. Additionally, the plot twist in the latter half of the movie is underwhelming and disappointing.

With only one forgettable song, the movie’s excessive use of makeup on Kajal Aggarwal and KS Ravi Kumar’s faces is distracting and unnecessary. Overall, the film fails to impress and falls short of expectations.


Overall, Kajal Aggarwal’s film “Khosty” fails to deliver in both the horror and comedy departments, making it a disappointment for audiences. The lackluster writing and screenplay contribute to the movie’s dullness, and not even Kajal Aggarwal’s star power can save it. In the end, the film is a disgrace to the horror-comedy genre and not worth watching.