Nikhil Kirrak Party Movie Review

Nikhil is on a roll with back-to-back hits such as Ekkadiki Pothavu Chinnavada, Keshava, Karthikeya. After doing edge-of-seat thrillers, Nikhil is back with a youthful romantic entertainer Kirrak Party, the Telugu remake of Kannada blockbuster Kirrik Party. Nikhil collaborated with newcomer Sharan Koppisetty, the protege of director Sudheer Varma. Nikhil’s favourite directors Sudheer, Chandoo Mondeti have provided screenplay, dialogues respectively. The film marks the launch of Simran Pareenja and Samyukta Hegde in Telugu. All these make Kirrak Party, one of the most awaited films in this season.

Story:

Krishna (Nikhil) is a happy-go-lucky guy who joins in enginneering where he falls for Meera (Simran Pareenja). However, Meera isn’t reluctant to accept Krishna’s proposal. Only after a lot of struggle, Krishna manages to win Meera’s love. What are the issues that crop up between Krishna, Meera? What happens after Krishna transforms into mature guy and enters into college politics? What is key incident that turns his life?

Performances:

Nikhil as usual is in his best. He is the backbone of the film. His mannerisms, antics, body language all work well in Kirrak Party. Newcomers Samyukta Hegde, Simran Pareenja has come up with good show. Simran will go a long way. Satya shines in limited role. Sayaji Shinde is alright as Nikhil’s father. The rest of the cast too did well.

Plus Points:

Nikhil
Story
Screenplay
Humour
Music
Climax

Minus Points:

Few routine scenes at portions

Analysis:

Kudos to newcomer Sharan Koppisetty for handling the film so well. Thanks to directors Sudheer Varma, Chandoo Mondeti who provided screenplay, dialogues which acted as huge backing to film. The film’s biggest strength is youthful moments, humour.

Though the film has a few routine scenes at portions, the way the film shapes up and how Krishna (Nikhil) transforms himself, corrects his mistakes due to Meera makes Kirrak Party a thoroughly engaging film with its heart in right place. The scene showcasing the dark side of sex worker and her plight highlights the human angle. It has been dealt in nice way by director. Constantly, Nikhil shouldered the film. Nikhil is the biggest strength of Kirrak Party besides good story line, screenplay. While the first half relies on humour, college scenes, the second-half gives priority to the story.

Final Verdict:

Kirrak Show. Go for it.

  • Music
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
  • Performances
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