A sweet rom-com with stellar performances
Bollywood filmmakers love to explore the subject of wedding and during this pandemic, while many wedding plans have gone for a toss, it’s time to watch Ginny Weds Sunny on Netflix. So, is this wedding worth your time? Well, yea it is.
Watch it If you like -
Good performances, some hilarious scenes, and wonderful music
But Beware of -
Nothing new in the story
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Puneet Khanna makes his directorial debut with Ginny Weds Sunny. His narration is decent and though he had a done and dusted concept in his hands, he has tried to make an entertaining film.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
The movie is about Sunny (Vikrant Massey) who wants to get married so he can start his own restaurant and he is ready for an arranged marriage as well. On the other hand, we have Ginny (Yami Gautam) who believes in love marriage. Sunny was Ginny’s classmate and he always had a crush on her, so he now wants to get married to Ginny and her mother helps him to woo her. Will Sunny be able to make Ginny fall in love with him? Will they get married and live happily ever after? Watch the film to know that…
The story of Ginny Weds Sunny is nothing new. It offers nothing new when it comes to story, but the screenplay is good and that’s why this movie turns out to be a decent watch. Also, the dialogues are hilarious.
Vikrant Massey is good in his role and this is something he hasn’t done before. So, it is good to see him in a different role. For Yami, this was clearly a cakewalk as she has portrayed similar characters earlier and she impresses us. Suhail Nayyar is damn good in his role and Ayesha Raza Mishra is simply amazing.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
One department where the film gets full marks is the music. Each and every song is entertaining.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Ginny Weds Sunny is a decent, sweet-entertaining rom-com.