‘Kirrak Party’ has been making some strong buzz from few days. This college based youth movie is a remake of super hit Kannada movie.
Nikhil played a college student which has two different shades, one as a fresher in a college and other as a final year student. As a mischievous guy in the first half and a transformed guy in the second half, Nikhil managed well. Simran played a brief role and looked beautiful. Samyuktha has not much to do in the movie. The actors who played friends did their roles well. Brahmaji did well too. Others doesn’t make any impact.
The director Sharan Koppishetty chose a wafer thin story. The screenplay too is not impressive. All the college scenes shown in the movie has not much novelty and are seen in lots of movies by the audience. The crucial scenes during the interval which are meant to be most impactful too did not got connected to the audience as there is no emotional touch to it. Post interval, the movie gets serious which again side tracks with familiar college scenes again. The comedy too did not work all the time. The production values by AK Entertainments are good. Cinematography is good enough. Music is good in songs and also background score created enough impact. Editing could have been better as the movie contained many lagging scenes. However, the last few minutes of the movie is dealt well.
Overall, Kirrak Party doesn’t offer much freshness. It has some comedy which worked out very few times. It’s low on emotions.
No Emotional connect
Lagging and familiar scenes
Rating : 2.5/5
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We don’t reveal the story details in our review as it might spoil the experience of audience.