Set in a dystopian future, Nida is posted in a covert detention center where military officials interrogate terrorists. With the arrival of Ali Saeed things get nasty.
No. of episodes: 3
Running time: 44–49 minutes
Ghoul means evil spirit and it is based on the Arabic folklore of the myth of jinns which trades one's soul. The first episode was a major let down and somehow manages to show energy towards the end. The second and third episode contains a few good moments. Still, the story unfolds in a way that you can easily guess where it is going to end. Performance wise, Apte's Nida character shines and remaining supporting cast fades away in the dark. Overall, Ghoul fits right into supernatural horror category and it actually reminds me of a Korean movie "The guard post(2008)".
Verdict : Average
Radhika Apte, Manav Kaul, Ratnabali Bhattacharjee & Mahesh Baleaj