Release Date: March 16, 2018
Starring : Nikhil, Simran Pareenja, Samyuktha Hegde
Director : Sharan Koppisetty
Producer : Anil Sunkara
Music Director : B. Ajaneesh Lokanath
Editor : M. R. Varmaa
The much-awaited Telugu remake of the Kannada blockbuster, Kirrak Party is finally here. Let us check whether this movie lived up to the expectations.
Krishna is a fun loving guy who tries to make the most out of his engineering life. He falls in love with the heroine who is senior to him. However, things take unexpected turns and how Krishna deal with them forms the remaining story.
Nikhil is too good in this challenging role. He breathes life to the character by emoting well and looks apt for the role. He stands as a backbone for the movie.
Simran looks cute and did her best to live up beside nikhil. Her cute expressions and natural performance are commendable.
Samyuktha is a live wire and is very energetic. She does perfect justice to her role as a junior to the hero.
The director did a fine job in maintaining the flow of the movie. Songs are exact sane replicas of the Kannada version and may appeal to a few. Camera works have come out well and every frame looks rich.
Kirrak party is an enjoyable ride that offers ample dose of entertainment. However, a few patchy scenes obstruct the run of the movie. The college episodes have been written and executed well. Kirrak is a must watch to get back to your college memories.
Watch Trailer Here http://www.tfitalks.com/kirrak-party-theatrical-trailer/