Vikrant Massey-Yami Gautam ‘Ginny Weds Sunny’ Movie Review: ‘Ginny Weds Sunny’ is the Bollywood romcom featuring Vikrant Massey and Yami Gautam. The movie is currently streaming on Netflix, but nothing is refreshing about it only a few funny lines.
Like this segment from the movie: “We are very modern,” Satnam aka Sunny Sethi’s (Vikrant Massey) father (Rajiv Gupta) insists.
He adds to good effect, “We have an automatic car and mobile phone with 4G.”
This, the conversation takes place when matchmaker Shobha Juneja (Ayesha Raza Mishra) calls him outdated for not thinking about whether the bride-to-be might have her career dreams. Also, to opposition to partnering in the family’s restaurant business that’s yet not finalised.
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Summary Of The RomCom Movie
Sunny has loved his school-time crush Ginny (Yami Gautam) but always held back thinking he wasn’t good enough. But some witty segment may make her fall in love with him. A mother can sense what the daughters are being through. Ginny isn’t moving on from a now-yes now-no confused relationship with her ex, guess a guy like Sunny will finally win her over.
Also, matchmaker Seema goes through catalogues to choose prospective brides and grooms, Shobha (her agency is called ‘Rishte hi Rishte’) has a track record of arranging 100% successful marriages. As a result, she takes Sunny under her wings, with the consent of his parents, and sets him up to trail Ginny.
Also, Can love be arranged and found? Setting their hopes high Sunny and family hopes it works. As a result, The Delhi and NCR romance nods to many things synonymous with Punjabi families. Also, the popularity of Baadshah and Mika Sigh numbers to lines such as ‘we Punjabis are left with emotions and paneer’.
‘Ginny Weds Sunny’ Predictable
The fun fizzles out at a point, making the movie quite explicit. Besides, when the character of Ginny’s ex, Suhail Nayyar as Nishant enters, the film become entirely predictable.
The romance between Sunny and Ginny comes to a halt, and that movie becomes tedious. Even though Vikrant and Yami are convincing in their given characters, these can’t be considered as their best performances, and there’s nothing much they can do about it. Yet we can see, Shobha Juneja giving us some good moments in the film and shines through his character.
Also, even though the movie is only of 125-minute duration, it felt long and tiresome. This wedding rom-com may not aim to create a lasting impression, but try to enjoy it while it lasts.