Reviews Counted: 14
Total Reviews: 14

92 of critics have given a rating less than 3

public liked it

Average Rating: 2.50/5
Reviews Counted: 1

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KirrakParty is a 2018 Indian Telugu campus romantic comedy film directed by Sudheer Varma.It stars Nikhil in lead role.

Release Date :16/03/2018

Critic Reviews (14)
Rating: 3.0/5
Kirrak Party is a youthful college drama which has some good moments in the second half. Nikhil leads from the front with his brilliant performance and saves the film completely. This film is clearly aimed at the youth and they should connect to all the various happenings in the college life which are shown well. If you ignore the below par story and lack of rib-tickling comedy, this film ends up as a decent watch this weekend. Just keep your expectations in check.
Rating: 2.75/5
Kirrak Party aimed mainly at Engineering College Students is packed with few good nostalgic moments to cherish. With a thin or say no solid conflict point, the film suffered on crucial junctures. Nikhil being the central attraction, Kirrak Party if exploits the big Box Office vacuum at this beginning summer season, there are high chances for youth coming for commercial rescue. Overall Box Office verdict has to be wait and seen. CJ goes with 2.75 stars.
Rating: 2.75/5
Boring Party!Even target audience will be left underwhelmed with this unrelatable, pointless film which tries hard to be another Happy Days or Premam. All it could manage is to look like their poor copy. It will struggle to stand its ground after the initial euphoria around it dies down. All in all, Kirrak Party is a disappointment.
Rating: 2.75/5
'Kirrak Party' might reach to its target audience but it's certainly doesn't justify the crazy combination. Bottom Line: Time-Pass Party!
Rating: 2.75/5
The college campus humour works to an extent in the first half. Sharan Koppisetty extracts decent performances from the newcomers. Nikhil has surely evolved as an actor and his maturity in the climax says it all. Technical departments do an able job. However, it's more of the same in the second half. Had Meera's story been spiritually present through the second half, Nikhil's character would have had an emotional core. The element of student union politics is almost pointless.
Rating: 2.75/5
Kirrak Party gives a nostalgic feeling of Happy Days and most of the scenes have youth craze .Second half and climax are bring audience towards exit . But over all Kirrak Party is just Happy Days 2.
Rating: 2.75/5
Few moments of ‘Kirrak Party’ make you go down memory lane to remind your college days and give some laughs. However, it gives total déjà vu feel. It is more like one episode of ‘Premam’ extended into full-length movie. The film has weak direction.
Rating: 2.5/5
Kirrak Party is a youthful college drama with thin storyline and weak direction. With no rib-tickling comedy and no visible known cast members other than Nikhil Siddharth, we get the feel of watching a Kannada movie.
Rating: 2.5/5
Kirrak Party is a film to party with friends. The director manages to derive lively and realistic performances from all actors. There are only so many things that usually happen to college students, so Nikhil Siddharth and his gang live, love, laugh and cry. Kirrak Party constitutes almost everything what college life is all about – the last bench gang, the crushes, love, breakups, election, lecturers, exam tensions, rivalry, proxy attendance, library, seniors, juniors, hostel, last minute project preparations, suspension, and even the friendly peons.
Rating: 2.5/5
he part of Krishna and Meera is superb and this lasts for a very short time and after that Krishna becomes serious by character and the pace of the movie too changes. The underlying message in the story is good and it is conveyed in a very subtle way. To summarise, Kiraak Party is a one time watchable entertainer for its fun part.
Rating: 2.25/5
Kirrak Party is not a wholesome entertainer like Happy Days. However, this movie has some pleasing elements here and there. The movie may take advantage of holidays to educational institutions.
Rating: 2.0/5
Kirrak Party fails to give youthful party.Sharan failed to elevate the heroism of Nikhil in the second half after showing him as an entertaining youngster. He missed many logics and his story, screenplay and direction turned out to be routine. He attracted youngsters and college goers to some extent but alienated other sections of the movie lovers.
Rating: 2.0/5
Kirrak Party is surely a passable entertainer and is expected to work with the college students, the target audience. It is expected to be A Minimum Guarantee film considering the costs.
Rating: 2.0/5
A watchable coming of age romantic entertainer, that appeals, though not on par with the original
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