Ginna Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Ginna Telugu Movie Review: After Mosagaallu underperformed, Manchu Vishnu produced a second film, Ginna, which he titled despite the reaction. The film was released on October 21, 2022, in part due to the anticipation generated by the trailer and other promotional efforts. Let’s read this detailed analysis to determine whether the film is worth viewing.

Ginna Telugu Movie Review


This is how Ginna’s story unfolds: Ginna and his friends own a tent hotel called the Ginna Tent House in their village of Thirupathi. In order to avoid marrying his sister, Sunny Leone, he must either pay a little amount to a thug or threaten to marry her. At some time during the proceedings, he and his companions enter the house and observe the paranormal activity.

Cast & Crew

Ginna, which starred Vishnu Manchu, Payal Rajput, Sunny Leone, Vennela Kishore, Saddam, and Naresh, was directed by Eeshaan Suryah. Chota K. Naidu was in charge of photography for Ava Entertainments, while Anoop Rubens composed the score and Manchu Vishnu directed the production.

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

Despite the fact that Vishnu Manchu is now better known for his trolling than his films, he did assist promote them in some way. Although Vishnu attempted a dated genre (Horror Comedy) for the first time, the film lacked anything distinctive to keep viewers engaged from start to finish. A few hilarious moments may make you laugh, but after a while, they begin to resemble Jabardast humor.

We felt that the film’s presentation style was dated because we’ve seen so many films with the same structure: the hero is introduced, then there is a song, then there are some humorous 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 were not many humorous moments, and the plot was dull. Clearly, the creators planned on the thrilling intermission to keep us engaged, but because this is a dying genre, we’re not interested.

The second act of the film becomes sluggish due to forced humor and mundane circumstances, and the film’s underlying sentiment also fails to resonate. The second half was almost entirely devoted to frightening scenes, with a great deal of mystery surrounding situations that have since become obsolete.

Manchu Vishnu, as Ginna, is effective in a few funny portions since they remind him of his only successful film, Dhee, but he fails to wow the audience otherwise; Sunny Leone, as usual, is nice in a few pieces, and the rest of the ensemble performs admirably. Saddam, Naresh, and Vennela Kishore performed exceptionally well.

Since Kona Venkat’s story is antiquated and contains similarities to the film “Dookudu,” Suryaah, a first-time filmmaker, has utterly failed to engage the audience. Unfortunately, none of these enhancements improve the film.

Ginna is technically mediocre since Chota K Naidu failed to produce appealing graphics (there is distracting lighting in the stills, but why?). Because his lyrics and background music were so poor, Anup Rubens should either retire or improve his style.

Ginna is an obsolete Horror Comedy that lacks both comedy and horror, so be forewarned if you choose to watch it.


  • Few Comedy Scenes


  • Routine Story
  • Routine Screenplay
  • Lackluster Performances

Rating: 2.5/5

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