Starring : Nikhil, Simran Pareenja, Samyuktha Hegde
Director : Sharan Koppisetty
Producer : Anil Sunkara
Music Director : B. Ajaneesh Lokanath
Rating : 2.75/5
Young hero, Nikhil has been promoting his new film Kiraak Party quite aggressively from the past few days. The college drama has finally hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Krishna(Nikhil) is a happy go lucky engineering student who spends a mischevious life along with his group of friends. He falls in love with his senior Meera(Simran) and when everything seems to be going fine, a tragic incident changes Krishna’s life upside down. Rest of the story is as to how Krishna manages to solve all his problems and comes out as a successful student and sincere human being.
Nikhil Siddharth as Krishna who has two variations in his role is superb. He is good in both the variations right from his look and body language. Simran Pareenja as Meera is good. Samyuktha Hegde is nice as Satya. Rakendu Mouli and other actors who acted as friends of Nikhil are good. Brahmaji is fine in his role as Mechanic. Deepthi Sunaina is okay as a friend of Satya. Hanumanthu Gowda as Principal of college is nice. All other actors are fine.
Fun elements in screenplay
No impact in screenplay
Production values by AK Entertainments are quite good as the college backdrop has been showcased richly. The camerawork is also pretty good as the youthful visuals are quite pleasing to the eye. Dialogues are decent and so was the music. The background score was also decent but the editing should have been a tad better as the film is quite lengthy in its runtime.
Coming to the director Sharan Kopishetty, he has done a decent job with the film. Though he does not create any rib-tickling comedy or great romance between the lead pair, he presents the film on a decent and passable note. Even though he fails to establish things in the first half, he makes it up during the last half an hour as scenes featuring hero’s realization end the film on a good note.
On the whole, Kirrak Party is a youthful college drama which has some good moments in the second half. Nikhil leads from the front with his brilliant performance and saves the film completely. This film is clearly aimed at the youth and they should connect to all the various happenings in the college life which are shown well. If you ignore the below par story and lack of rib-tickling comedy, this film ends up as a decent watch this weekend. Just keep your expectations in check.