Movie - Kirrak Party
Starring - Nikhil Siddharth, Simran Pareenja, Samyuktha Hegde etc
Music - B. Ajaneesh Loknath
Cinematography - Advaitha Gurumurthy
Editing - M. R. Varmaa
Banner - AK Entertainments
Producer - Ramabrahmam Sunkara
Story - Rishab Shetty
Written by - Chandoo Mondeti (dialogues), Sudheer Varma (Screenplay)
Directed by - Sharan Koppisetty
Release date: 16 March 2018
Kirrak Party is one of the exciting projects in Telugu in the recent times. The film is the remake of successful Kannada film titled Kirik Party. Nikhil Siddharth played the lead role of the film that has dual variations. Samyuktha Hegde and Simran Parinja are making their acting debut in Telugu film industry with this film.
Sharan Koppisetty is the new comer making his directional debut. Sudheer Varma has provided the screenplay for the film while Chandoo Mondeti has written the dialogues for the movie. B Ajaneesh Lokanath is the music director. Anil Sunkara produced the film under A K Entertainments banner.
Krishna(Nikhil), a college student gets disturbed with an incident in his life that involves Meera (Simran). Later, Satya(Samyuktha Hegde) comes into his life and changes him completely. What is Krishna's story and how are Satya and Meera are connected to him forms the story of the film.
Nikhil Siddharth is certainly a crowd puller for this movie. He did his best in every single aspect. A lot of care has been taken regarding his characterisation and body language. Nikhil tried his best and has put a decent performance in the film. This is one of the important films in his career. Simran Parinja the new comer is impressive with her looks and put a decent performance.
Samyuktha Hegde is energetic and active on the screen. She has impressed with a cute performance. Rakendh Mouli and all the other actors who have played the roles of Nikhil's friends in the movie entertained everyone in their roles. The rest of the casting has made their presence felt.
Technically, the film has a lot of interesting things. The writing of the film came out well. There are not many changes that were made to the script. Chandoo Mondeti's dialogues are good and Sudheer Varma's screenplay is interesting.
The music scored by Ajaneesh Lokanath is certainly one of the major crowd pulling aspect for the movie. The background has also come out well. The cinematography by Advaitha Gurumurthy is impressive and he tried his best to come up with his style of camera work. The editing by M R Varma is decent. The running time is also crisp. The art work is good. The production values by Anil Sunkara are grand.
Finally, the Kannada remake of Kirik Party is in the theatres. Nikhil carried the film on his shoulders and came up with a performance that he has never portrayed in any of his previous movies. His performance in the movie is a major highlight of the film and we are sure that the film certainly will be a finest campus drama in Telugu after a long time.
Though the film reminds us of Happy Days , Premam, Bangalore Days, the film Kirrak Party has its own strength in terms of story telling and technicalities. On the whole, the film is worth a watch.
Filmybuzz.com Rating 3.25/5