Review : Ginna – Timepass Comedy
Published on Oct 22, 2022 9:03 am IST
Ginna Kannada Movie Review

Release Date : October 21, 2022 Rating : 3/5

Starring: Vishnu Manchu, Sunny Leone, Paayal Rajput

Director: Suryaah

Producers: Vishnu Manchu

Music Director : Anup Rubens

Cinematography : Chota K Naidu

Editor : Chota K Prasad

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Ginna is a film that Vishnu Manchu has pinned a lot of hopes on. The film has hit the screens today after a huge round of promotions. Let’s see how it is.


The film is set in a small village in Chittoor district. Ginna(Vishnu Manchu) is a tent house owner who has huge debts. In comes Renuka(Sunny Leone) his childhood friend back to India. She is filthy rich and wants to marry Ginna. But Ginna loves Swathi(Payal Rajput). So, he makes a plan with his friends to cheat Renuka in the name of love and loot her money. Will he succeed or not forms the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

After a long time, we get to see Vishnu in a fun role. When it comes to comedy, Vishnu is a pro and does a superb job in this film. He has worked so hard on the film and that is visible in his dances and fights which are amazing. Especially Vishnu’s dances are the best.

Sunny Leone gets a meaty part and she does well. The entire story is based on her and it is the best of her career so far. Payal Rajput looks cute as the village belle and does well in the film. Senior actors Naresh and Suresh are decent in their roles.

Ginna is high on comedy and Chammak Chandra is the highlight of the film and aces the fun character quite well. His fun interactions with Sunny Leone have been designed so well. Vennela Kishore is also superb in his role and lifts the second half.

Writer Kona Venkat and team have made sure that the film is filled with good elements. The songs are well executed, fun, glamor and thrills in the second half are interesting. All this does not make the audience bored and there is a free flow of scenes.

Minus Points:

The film starts on a slow note and takes time to enter the main plot. Though the proceedings are filled with comedy, the main focus on the twist is established only at the break point.

Sunny Leone’s character should have been enhanced more in the first half to give more edge to the film. The climax twist reveal and the key point is rushed on to the audience. A more emotional angle in Sunny’s character would have made matters even better.

Technical Aspects:

Anup Rubens has composed the music and it is impressive. The choreography is amazing and so was the production design. The village visuals and the backdrop has been nicely showcased by Chota K Naidu. Dialogues are funny especially those written for Kishore and Chammak Chandra.

Coming to the director Suryaah, he has done a decent job with the film. Though there is nothing novel he showcases, the manner in which songs, fights, and comedy is composed without boring the audience is the best part. When you think, comedy is getting boring a twist comes in and credit should go to the director.


On the whole, Ginna is a fun thriller which is packed with neat comedy and passable thrills. When compared to Vishnu’s previous films it is a lot better. The film starts on a slow note and is a bit lengthy. But the well packed entertainment at regular intervals keeps the audience engaged and makes up for decent watch this holiday weekend. Rating: 3/5

Reviewed by 123telugu Team

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