Kirrak Party

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Kirrak Party
Kirrak party.jpg
Film poster
Directed bySharan Koppisetty
Produced byRamabrahmam Sunkara
Written byChandoo Mondeti (dialogues)
Screenplay bySudheer Varma
Story byRakshit Shetty and the 7 Odds
StarringNikhil Siddharth
Simran Pareenja
Samyuktha Hegde
Music byB. Ajaneesh Loknath
CinematographyAdvaitha Gurumurthy
Edited byM. R. Varmaa
Production
company
Release date
  • 16 March 2018 (2018-03-16)[1]
Running time
165 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

Kirrak Party is a 2018 Indian Telugu language campus romantic comedy film directed by Sharan Koppisetty and produced by Ramabrahmam Sunkara under AK Entertainments banner.[2] The film is the remake of the Kannada blockbuster Kirik Party (2016) which was directed by Rishab Shetty.[3] The film features Nikhil Siddharth in the lead role along with Simran Pareenja, making her debut and Samyuktha Hegde reprising her role from the Kannada version.[4]

To bring in the Telugu nativity, the film's screenplay is written by Sudheer Varma and the dialogues are written by Chandoo Mondeti, both being full-fledged directors.[5] The film's score and soundtrack are scored by B. Ajaneesh Loknath who composed for the Kannada version as well. The theatrical trailer was released on March 13, 2018. The film was released on 16 March 2018.

Plot[edit]

The story starts with a song introducing the characters of the film. Krishna (Nikhil Siddharth) a first year student meets Meera (Simran Pareenja) a final year student and daughter of a police officer. Everyone in the campus likes Meera and even Krishna's friends. But Meera gets close to Krishna and they both become good friends. Meera is a writer of a book about a sex worker Vijaya's life and she knows the sex worker personally. The sex worker is pregnant and one day she gets labour pain. Meera along with Krishna takes her to the hospital. The sex worker bears a baby girl and keeps the baby's name as Meera. Krishna holds the baby and gets emotional. Meera always saw Krishna as a fun, loving and cheerful guy. Seeing Krishna as innocent and emotional Meera suggests Krishna to discover his second half.

They become close friends and starts to go out together. In the girls hostel, girls were celebrating the final year students send off party meanwhile even the boys enter the hostel and everyone starts to sing and dance. The boys leave the hostel, Meera and her friends decides to drink whereas Meera refuses to do so but due to her friends she sips a bit of vodka. While dancing Meera falls from the hostel rooms window and dies. Krishna gets upset. Everyone starts to speak about Meera in a wrong way even Meera's father gets angry about Meera getting drunk. Seeing all this Krishna gets angry and starts to beat his senior.

After three years Krishna is in his final year, he becomes stubborn and rude. He is in the final year and Satya (Samyuktha Hegde) his junior doing her first year in electrical stream falls in love with Krishna. Krishna and his friends get apart due to fight and he forms another group.

Krishna stands for the college election and also wins the election and becomes president of the college. Satya wants to change Krishna. She wants to make Krishna as he was in the first year of college. Satya and Krishna go for a long drive where Krishna and Satya do some mischievous things which brings a smile on Krishna's face. Satya takes Krishna to Meera''s house unknowingly. Krishna sees Meera's parents and her photos in the house and gets emotional. Meera's father apologizes for not trusting his daughter and thanks Krishna for the diary which he gave after Meera's death. Meera's dad gives the diary to Krishna and asks him to read it. Krishna leaves the house and on his way he goes to the sex worker's house whom he and Meera had helped during her labor pain. Krishna sees the sex worker's child and gets emotional as her name is also Meera. Krishna leaves the house and meets Satya, she tells him that he is lost in his past and asks him to come to the reality and leaves from there giving an emoji badge to him.

Krishna gets stuck in Satya's words and leaves on bike to another place. Krishna decides to sell the car which he and his friends bought in the first year and give the money for the sex worker's child's education. In his trip Krishna learns that he is in love with Satya. He goes back to college. It was his final day in college. Krishna writes two letters, one to Satya and another one to the Principal stating that he and his friends locked him in the car and blamed his other friends. In Satya's letter he writes that he loves her and wants to be with her. Krishna and his friends get back together forming the same bond as first year. Principal forgives Krishna and his friends without reading the letter. In the send off party Satya comes with the letter and tells Krishna that he is really a good human being and he accepted his mistake and asks him to give the letter to the Principal and not to her. Everyone gets shocked and Krishna realizes that he swapped the letter. The Principal reads the letter and gets to know that Krishna loves Satya, his daughter. In the end principal shouts at Krishna.

Cast[edit]

  • Nikhil Siddharth as Krishna
  • Simran Pareenja as Meera Joseph
  • Samyuktha Hegde as Satya
  • Rakendu Mouli as Arjun
  • Viva Raghav as Appu
  • Sameer Malla as John Abraham
  • Mourya Siddavaram as Mourya
  • Karthik Adusumalli as Vinay
  • Brahmaji as Pandu/ Car Owner/Mechanic
  • Hanumanthe Gowda as Dr. Srinivas Murthy/ Principal of College
  • Raghu Karumanchi as peon
  • Naveen Sanaka as Sunny
  • Viva Suhas as Reddy
  • Shiju as Meera's Father
  • Pramodini Pammi as Meera's mom
  • Sayaji Shinde as Krishna’s father
  • Arohitha Gowda as Vijaya
  • Deepthi Sunaina as Deepu
  • Amit Anand Raut as senior student

Soundtrack[edit]

Kirrak Party
Kiriksamyuktha.jpg
Soundtrack album by
Released23 January 2018 (first single)
Recorded2018
GenreSoundtrack
Length29:53
LabelAditya Music
ProducerB. Ajaneesh Loknath
B. Ajaneesh Loknath chronology
Nimir
(2018)
Kirrak Party
(2018)
Rajaratha
(2018)

The Music was composed by B. Ajaneesh Loknath and released on Aditya Music Company.[6]

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Dumdare Dumdare"VanamaliHaricharan3:51
2."Guruvaram"Rakendu MouliVijay Prakash3;36
3."Last Bench"Ramajogayya SastryShashank Seshagiri, Chintan Vikas, Varun Ramachandra2:55
4."Sir Bewarse"Rakendu MouliShashank Sheshagiri3:03
5."Neechamaina"Rakendu MouliVasishta N. Simha3:26
6."Neelo Ninnu"Ramajogayya SastryShreya Ghoshal3:41
7."Pranamantha"Ramajogayya SastryKala Bhairava3:21
8."Meera's - Theme"Rakendu MouliSameera Bharadwaj2:12
9."Dam Dare (Coir)"VanamaliB. Ajaneesh Loknath3:48
Total length:29:53

References[edit]

  1. ^ ‘Kirrak Party’ to release on March 16 The Times of India (Summer 2018)
  2. ^ ‘Kirik Party’ Telugu remake to roll from June The Hindu (20 April 2017)
  3. ^ Kirik Party Telugu Remake Titled Kirak Party, Nikhil To Romance TV Actress Sakshi.com (22 October 2017)
  4. ^ Samyuktha Hegde In Telugu Kirak Party The Hans India.com (8 September 2017)
  5. ^ Nikhil’s Kirrak Party First Look Poster Out Manam News.com (12 February 2017)
  6. ^ "Kirrak Party". Saavn.

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