Nikhil’s Kirak Party Movie Review

kirrak-party-movie reviewNikhil’s Kirak Party Movie Review & Rating

Cast- Nikhil, Simran Parneeja, Samyuktha Hegde, Brahmaji and others

Director – Sharan Koppisetty

Producer – Sunkara Ramabrahmam

Banner – AK Entertainments

Music – Ajaneesh Lokanath


Kirrak Party is an official revamp of Kannada hit Kirrik Party. The movie is coordinated by debutant Sharan under AK Entertainments. Nikhil who made introduction as performing artist with a school show Happy Days has returned to the class and this time as a performance lead.

What is it about?

Krishna (Nikhil) is a commonplace carefree youth who experiences passionate feelings for his senior Meera (Simran). While cherish is preparing between them, a catastrophe strikes and Krishna turns passionate and genuine. His lesser Satya (Samyukta) is frantically infatuated with him, however he scarcely sees her. How Krishna diverts typical from being materialistic structures rest of the story.


Nikhil has advanced as an on-screen character. His execution in the interim scene is extremely noteworthy. He pulled off the character that has various shades with panache. Simran is adorable yet Samyukta doesn’t awe. Performing artists who played saint’s companions did well. Brahmaji and Sijju are normal in their particular parts.


Sharan Koppisetty has generally stay with the first other than a couple of inconspicuous changes to the content. The chief knows his specialty well. He took care of the film with no mishandles, however he ought to have taken think about adding scenes that interest to our group of onlookers than adhering to the first. There is a ton of slack in the film that will abandon you totally exhausted with its heedless content.

Music is fine. A few tunes are great. Foundation score additionally makes an effect. Cinematographer likewise completed a slick employment by showing it in a non-ostentatious, straightforward style. Altering ought to have been exceptional as there are numerous slacks in the film that increases the value of the content. Generation esteems are great.

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Frail plot

Dull Second half

Commonplace setting


Kirrik Party was a major hit in Kannada as it was their first film that spotlights on grounds life. In any case, Telugu gathering of people has seen numerous movies that have investigated grounds life. Movies like Happy Days, Chitram and numerous others have done this subject until the very end. So revamping a film that offers nothing uncommon from past grounds films is an immense misstep. There is nothing uncommon about the plot that would draw in its watchers. Truth be told, the plot of the film is extremely powerless that it needed to depend upon long scenes on companions and the lead match.

The majority of the scenes simply gobble up the time without having any effect. Aside from a couple of muffles all over even the fun scenes didn’t click. Initially 50% of the film approves of the lesser senior battles and the scenes between companions. It takes a fascinating turn at the interim with the hero getting the stun of his life. Second half begins on an alternate tone as the hero changes into a genuine senior from a lively fresher. Shockingly the change doesn’t convey any remarkable contrast to the screenplay.

A protracted school decision scene and the exams scene nearly cover half of the run time. Second female leads fixation or her showdowns with the hero aren’t half captivating. Peak divide is great with conveniently depicted feelings. Hero understanding his internal identity and amending his mix-ups has been executed well. Most recent fifteen minutes of the film is noteworthy, yet that isn’t sufficient to enable it to accomplish the ‘pass check’.

Indeed, even target group of onlookers will be left disappointed with this unrelatable, silly film which tries hard to be another Happy Days or Premam. Everything it could oversee is to resemble their poor duplicate. It will battle to persevere after the underlying elation around it fades away. With everything taken into account, Kirrak Party is a mistake.