Rakshit Shetty's Kirik Party has won five awards at Jio 64th Filmfare South Awards 2017 which was held in Hyderabad, on June 17, 2017.

 

 

After IIFA Utsavam and Karnataka State Film Awards, Rakshit Shetty's Kirik Party won major awards at the Jio 64th Filmfare South Awards 2017. This Kannada movie has bagged five awards that includes Best Director (Rishab Shetty), Best Female Supporting Actor (Samyukta Hegde), Best Music Director (Ajaneesh Loknath), Best Playback Singer (Vijay Prakash for Belageddu Yaara Mukhava song) and Critics Best Actor (Male) for Rakshit Shetty.

 

Kirik Party

The movie Kirik Party has turned out be one of the biggest commercial hits of Kannada cinema in the recent years. The movie is the highest grossing ever film in Kannada film industry and celebrated 150-days, in over 15 theatres with being screened packed houses. Kirik Party tells the story of a man's friendship, love and adventures during his four years in an engineering college. The movie also stars Rashmika Mandanna in the female lead role, while Samyukta Hegde, Achyuth Kumar, Aravind Iyer and a host of other actors in the supporting roles. 

Besides, Kirik Party, Rakshit Shetty's other movie Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu bagged three awards. It won Critics Best Actor (Female) for Sruthi Hariharan, Best Actor (Male) for Ananth Nag and Best Supporting Actor (Male) for Vasishta Simha.

Here we have the complete list of winners: 

Name of the category Name Film
Best Film Pratap Reddy & Sunmin Park Thithi
Best Director Rishab Shetty Rishab Shetty
Best Actor (Male) Anant Nag Godhi Banna Sadharana Maikattu
Best Actor (Female) Shraddha Srinath U Turn
Best Supporting Actor (Male)  Vasishta Simha Godhi Banna Sadharana Maikattu
Best Supporting Actor (Female)   Samyukta Hegde Kirik Party
Best Music Album Ajaneesh Loknath Kirik Party
Best Lyrics     Jayanth Kaikini    Sariyaagi Nenepide  (Mungaru Male 2)
Best Playback Singer - Male Vijaya Prakash Belageddu Yaara Mukhava (Kirik Party)
Best Playback Singer - Female Ananya Bhat Namma Kaayo Devare (Rama Rama Re)