Title: Ginny Weds Sunny
Reviewed By: Sai Nikhil
Cast: Vikrant Massey, Yami Gautam, Suhail Nayyar, Ayesha Raza Mishra
Director: Puneet Khanna
Streaming on: Netflix
Story: Simran aka Ginny (Yami Gautam) is not interested in marriage whereas Satnam Sethi aka Sunny (Vikrant Massey) is interested but unable to find a girl. He falls for Ginny. How does he finally manage to win her love forms the story.
Performances: Vikrant Massey is impressive in his role. Yami Gautam is a delight to watch like always. Suhail Nayyar, who plays Ginny’s ex and Ayesha Raza Mishra who plays Ginny’s mom leave a mark in their supporting roles.
Technicalities: Camerawork is colorful and there is always a positive vibe throughout the film. Music is peppy and a couple of dance numbers have been picturised well. Dialogues are the usual ones for a film like this. Editing is neat.
Analysis: The story of this film is the same old one we have been seeing since years. Hero falling in love with the heroine and the heroine also falling for him soon after and ego clashes arising after that. The task of the writers was to create an entertaining screenplay so that audience don’t get bored of the routine story. The first half has been handled quite decently with a lot of fun moments and breezy love scenes. Interval bang is too routine. The second half moves on expected lines and is too predictable and that tests our patience beyond a point. Director Puneet Khanna should have taken care of the second half and that would have made a lot of difference to the overall output.
On a whole: Ginny Weds Sunny offers nothing new but makes for a decent timepass watch