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Ginna Movie Review: After Mosagaallu didn’t do well, Manchu Vishnu made Ginna, which he named despite how people reacted. The movie came out on October 21, 2022, in part because the trailer and other marketing made people want to see it. Let’s read this in-depth review to find out if the movie is worth seeing.


Ginna Telugu Movie Review


Ginna’s story goes like this: Ginna and his friends own a tent hotel in their village called the Ginna Tent House. He has to pay a thug a small sum or threaten to marry his sister Sunny Leone if he doesn’t want her to marry someone else. At some point during the trial, he and his friends go into the house to see what’s going on there.

Cast & Crew

Eeshaan Suryah was in charge of making the movie Ginna, which starred Vishnu Manchu, Payal Rajput, Sunny Leone, Vennela Kishore, Saddam, and Naresh. Chota K. Naidu was in charge of photography for Ava Entertainments. Anoop Rubens wrote the music, and Manchu Vishnu ran the show.

Movie Name Ginna
Director Suryah
Music Director Anoop Rubens
Producer Manchu Vishnu
Genre Horror-Comedy
Cast Vishnu Manchu, Payal Rajput, Sunny Leone, Vennela Kishore, Saddam, and Naresh
Cinematography Chota K. Naidu

Movie Verdict

Even though Vishnu Manchu is known more for trolling than for his movies, he did help promote them in some way. Even though Vishnu tried a genre that has been done to death (Horror Comedy) for the first time, the movie didn’t have anything special to keep people interested from beginning to end. You might laugh at a few funny parts, but after a while, they start to sound like Jabardast humor.

We thought the film’s style was old-fashioned because we’ve seen so many movies with the same structure: the hero is introduced, then there’s a song, then there are some funny scenes with the hero’s friends, then the hero falls in love with a female character, and then the hero faces a challenge. In the first act, there wasn’t much comedy, and the story was boring. The creators must have thought that the exciting break would keep us interested, but since this is a dying genre, we’re not interested.

The second half of the movie drags because of forced humor and boring situations, and the movie’s main message also doesn’t hit home. The second half was almost entirely scary scenes, and there was a lot of mystery around things that don’t happen anymore.

As Ginna, Manchu Vishnu is funny in a few parts because they remind him of his only successful movie, Dhee, but he doesn’t do much else to impress the audience. Sunny Leone, as usual, is nice in a few parts, and the rest of the cast does a good job. Saddam, Naresh, and Vennela Kishore all did a great job.

Since Kona Venkat’s story is old and a lot like the movie “Dookudu,” Suryaah, who is a first-time director, has completely failed to get the audience interested. Sadly, none of these changes make the movie better.

Ginna isn’t very good technically because Chota K. Naidu didn’t make good graphics (the lighting in the stills is distracting, but why?). Anup Rubens should either retire or change his style because his lyrics and background music were so bad.

Ginna is an old Horror Comedy that is neither funny nor scary, so if you decide to watch it, you should know what to expect.


  • Few Comedy Scenes


  • Routine Story
  • Routine Screenplay
  • Lackluster Performances

Rating: 2.5/5

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