Gina movie review: Try Routine

Movie: Jenna
evaluation: 2.25 / 5

Signboard: AVA Entertainment and 24 Frame Factory
spit: Vishnu Manchu, Sunny Leone, Payal Rajput, Chammak Chandra, Naresh, Vennela Kishore, Sunil, Satyam Rajesh, Raghu Babu and others
Creative Story Producer: Kona Venkat
Music: Anoop Robbins
cinematography: Shota K Naidu
editor: Chota K Prasad
Producers: Vishnu Manchu
Directed by: Syria
Release date: October 21 2022

Manchu Vishnu aggressively marketed “Ginna”. He even mentioned that he decided to do comedy only in the future. He was sure that Jenna would provide him with the much-needed success.

Let’s see if his words are true.

a story:

Ginna owns a tent house in Rangampet village. He is struggling financially and has a lot of debt to pay off. Renuka (Sunny Leone), a beautiful and wealthy woman, returns from the United States to this village in search of her estranged uncle (Narish). Renuka is a silent girl.

Gina and his girlfriend (Payal Rajput) devise a scheme to steal money from Rinuka and pay off his debts. Renuka, who surprises them greatly, offers to lend Gina the money and reveals that the only reason to visit this village is to marry Gina.

Who exactly is Renuka, and what is her secret?

Artist Shows:

Manchu Vishnu played a fun character. Apart from the standard songs and fights, he delegates more work to other actors. Sunny Leone plays a girl with a medical problem. She is a glamorous psychopath. She plays her role well.

Payal Rajput does not have much to do. Shamak Chandra and Venila Kishore play their part as usual. Sunil appears in one scene. Naresh is fine.

Technical Excellence:

Although the film is mostly shot in a village and partly in a resort, great photographer Shota Kai Naidu ensures that the images are great. Anoop Robbins songs enough. Dialogues are acceptable.

Highlights:
Couple of entertaining parts
Sunny Lyon scenes

impediment:
formula plot
Outdated humor
Expected narrative

Analytics

In his career, Manchu Vishnu has had success with comedy (for example, Kona Venkat and G Nageswara Reddy wrote “Dhee” and “Doosukeltha”). After a series of failures, Manchu Vishnu hired writer Kona Venkat to write the story for him, and “Ginna” happened. Konna Venkat wrote the script in his usual form as in the horror comedy Gitanjali. The only difference is that there is no element of horror or ghost in “Ginna”.

The film begins and ends similarly to the Alari Naresh comedies. The first half of the movie focuses on Jenna’s tent house problems, romance with his girlfriend, challenges of Raghu Babu, etc. When Sunny Leone reaches the village, the plot twists. Then we get some cheap comedy from Chammak Chandra, who is set to translate Sunny Leone’s muted expressions. Goes through obscene remarks at Sunny Leone.

After the long comedic episodes, the ghost begins its act and flashback occurs, as seen in “Getanjali”. Likewise, after the comedy part is over, Sunny Leone starts killing people. The filmmakers tried to laugh at Chamak Chandra’s fears of being a witness to her criminal act. We don’t see any spirits, unlike Gitanjali.

Aside from some comedic moments, the film’s narrative is outdated. Surya, the new director, lacks the ability to give a modern twist to the cliched story. The film was directed by G Nageswara Reddy.

Even the dialogues lack novelty. Sample: “Ginna Ante Poyyi Meeda Karige Venna Kaadura Load Chesina Gun.”

While Vishnu’s attempt to move into comedy is commendable, he should have invested money and time for new writers who come up with new ideas. It’s time to reinvent himself.

Overall, “Ginna” is a cliched comedy with little to no payback.

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