Ginna Movierulz: Manchu Vishnu starrer 'Ginna' was released in theaters on Friday. Vishnu did not get another hit after 'Eedorakam Adorakam' in 2016. Coming after five consecutive failures, 'Ginna' is a very important film for Vishnu's career. New director Ishaan Surya has directed this movie.
Beautiful stars like Sunny Leone, Payal Rajput, and comedians like Vennela Kishore, Raghubabu, Chammak Chandra, and Saddam acted in this movie. The teaser and trailers are also promising. Manchu Vishnu said that it has been made as an action, horror, and comedy movie. Did Vishnu get the hit he wanted with this movie?
Story: Ginna (Manchu Vishnu) runs a tent house in Rangampet. Loves his childhood friend Pachalla Swathi (Payal Rajput). Ginna is also in debt. But within a month there will be a situation to meet them. Ginna, who is not sure what to do, comes to know that another childhood friend Renuka (Sunny Leone) has come to the village. But Renuka also loves Ginna. Ginna pretends to love Renuka, a millionaire, to pay off his debt. One day Renuka behaves strangely. You have to watch the movie to know what happened after that.
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Analysis: From the beginning, this movie was promoted as a horror comedy. But actually, Ginna is a psychological thriller. Usually, a movie like this has more thrilling elements. But instead of thrilling elements in Ginna, they tried to deal with action and comedies. The first half feels like watching a 90s movie. He told the bullies who came to beat him, 'I will bear it if they troll me. He also touched on Vishnu's personal life. A powerful glamor show was done with both the heroines.
They tried to deal with the second half a little differently. The comedy scenes between Vennela Kishore and Chammak Chandra are quite funny. The movie gets racy from the moment the suspense is revealed. In fact, it would have been better if a line like this had been written as a thriller rather than with action and comedy elements. The sequel is again hinted at in the climax.
And when it comes to actors... Manchu Vishnu is no stranger to playing roles like Ginna. Ginna is also in the meter of characters like Doosukelta who is ready for anything. Seeing Sunny Leone in such a role is something new for the Telugu audience but it has been seen many times in Bollywood. Payal Rajput acted well. Those who appeared in other roles did justice to their roles.
Overall... 'Love without faith, a tent without sticks will not stand.' This is Manchu Vishnu's dialogue in the comedy scene in the movie. The director and producer should have known that a movie without a proper script will not stand.