Ginna Telugu Movie Review: Despite the backlash, Manchu Vishnu made another picture after Mosagaallu bombed, and it’s called Ginna. The film’s release on October 21, 2022, was fueled in part by the excitement generated by the trailer and other promotional efforts. Let’s read this in-depth critique to find out if the film is worth watching.
Here is how Ginna’s narrative unfolds: From his hometown of Thirupathi, Ginna and his pals manage a tent hotel they call the Ginna Tent House. He has a tiny debt to a thug, and in order to avoid marrying his sister, Sunny Leone, he must either pay the debt or threaten to marry her. He goes inside the house at some point during the proceedings, and he and his companions experience paranormal activity.
Cast & Crew
Eeshaan Suryah was the director of the film Ginna, which starred Vishnu Manchu, Payal Rajput, Sunny Leone, Vennela Kishore, Saddam, and Naresh. Chota K. Naidu was in charge of photography, Anoop Rubens composed the score, and Manchu Vishnu directed the production for Ava Entertainments.
|Music Director||Anoop Rubens|
|Cast||Vishnu Manchu, Payal Rajput, Sunny Leone, Vennela Kishore, Saddam, and Naresh|
|Cinematography||Chota K. Naidu|
Although Vishnu Manchu is now better renowned for his trolling than his films, he nevertheless helped promote the movies in some way. Although Vishnu tried a dated genre (Horror Comedy) for the first time, the picture lacks anything unique to keep spectators interested from beginning to end. There are a few humorous bits that may make you laugh, but after a while, they start to resemble Jabardast comedy.
We felt the film’s presentation style was dated because we have seen so many films with the same structure: the hero is introduced, then there is a song, then there are some funny scenes with the hero’s friends, then the hero falls in love with a female character, and finally the hero faces some sort of challenge. There were not many funny moments in the first act, and the plot was boring. The makers obviously counted on the exciting intermission to keep us watching, but since this is a dying genre, we aren’t interested.
The second act of the film slows down with forced humor and regular situations, and the film’s core emotion also falls flat. The second half focused almost exclusively on scary bits, with some great mystery surrounding moments that have since become dated.
Manchu Vishnu, as Ginna, is good in a few comedic parts because they remind him of his sole successful film, Dhee, but he fails to delight the audience in any other way; Sunny Leone is good in a few bits, as usual; the rest of the cast does a fine job. Excellent work was done by Saddam, Naresh, and Vennela Kishore.
Since Kona Venkat’s story is dated and shares elements with the film “Dookudu,” Suryaah, a first-time director, has completely failed to interest the audience. Unfortunately, none of these make the film better.
Since Chota K Naidu failed to provide striking visuals (there is some distracting lighting in the stills, but why? ), Ginna is technically subpar. Because Anup Rubens’ lyrics and BGM were so terrible, he should either retire or update his style.
Ginna is an outdated Horror Comedy that is devoid of both comedy and horror, so be warned if you decide to watch it.
- Few Comedy Scenes
- Routine Story
- Routine Screenplay
- Lackluster Performances