Ginny, Sunny and their not therefore funny misfortune of affection set you questioning at intervals ten minutes of the start: Why was this film created within the first case? The question plays in your mind on the loop for the duration of the runtime that follows. By the top of it, you realize this was a few hours ill-spent.
It’s all terribly formula-bound and, just like the tired remix of a past-expiry-date Mika song in the film, fully unnecessary.
Billed as rom-com with little or no `rom` and virtually no `com`, Puneet Khanna`s debut directorial effort runs low on recreation quotient right from the start, doing gross injury to a cast that imposingly manages to rise on top of the unimaginative writing. you are feeling unhealthy for Yami Gautam and Vikrant Massey, in addition, because the dozen-odd prop actors who thirstily attempt living out their roles as papas and mammas, exes and siblings.
There is a story of Sunny or Satnam Sethi (Vikrant Massey) from West Delhi with is totally different personality from his chef skills. There is a big problem for Sunny, as his father is ready to give him money for his restaurant only if he gets married.
There is Ginny, or Simran Juneja (Yami Gautam), confused about her love life and keeping with her relation ex-boyfriend Nishant (Suhail Nayyar) as best friends. She clearly has no idea of what’s going on in her life, despite the attitude with she goes about dealing with the world.
Sunny and Ginny are neighbours, and he confesses she is out of his league. But here lies the twist. If Sunny needs to get married for the sake of his restaurant, Ginny’s mom (Ayesha Raza Mishra) wouldn`t mind Sunny as a son-in-law. So, she decides to help the boy from the wings, as he sets bent to woo her daughter. Sunny’s male parent pitches in too, as a result of he, loves the thought of Ginny as his son’s wife.
Having established the on top of the premise at intervals the primary act, the dreamed that unfolds is generally all regarding Sunny chasing Ginny, Ginny making an attempt to fathom what or who she desires to chase or be pursued by, and a kind of tripartite confusion involving Nishant that’s meant to create humour, except that it doesn’t.
The film`s title might look like a dead giveaway of what’s going to happen, and also the least you’d expect is a few kinds of a clever twist somewhere. Instead, the narrative uses each stereotype of the screenland `shaadiwaala` film to force the story into an area wherever the climax will solely be regarding one in every of the two protagonists on the verge of obtaining married, in order that the opposite arrives to line up unconvincing comic drama.
By the time the film is finished belongings you down with a narrative that adamantly refuses to set up any sort of originality for the rom-com genre, you’re too bored to worry about who concluded up wedding whom. Ginny Weds Sunny could be a film that might appear cool a decade ago. In 2020, it passes off as a screenland blunder.