Hostel Thrills: A Youthful Blockbuster in Kannada Cinema
The youth has rallied behind "Hostel Hudugaru Bekagiddare,"By: Tupaki Desk | 25 July 2023 5:44 AM GMT
Sandalwood has experienced tremendous growth and creativity in recent years, with several innovative and successful experiments. From blockbusters like KGF and Kantara to low-budget hits like Kirik Party and 777 Charlie, the industry is witnessing remarkable achievements.
The latest addition to this trend is "Hostel Hudugaru Bekagiddare," marking the directorial debut of Nitin Krishnamurthy. The film, which released last Friday, has been receiving excellent collections and has struck a chord with the youth as a crime comedy.
The story revolves around hostel students, where one of them wants to make a short film but faces resistance due to exams. Suddenly, the warden's body is found, with a suicide note implicating five boys, leading to a thrilling series of twists, shocks, and suspense.
Presented by Rakshit Shetty, who also makes a small cameo appearance, the movie impresses the audience with its clever and clean humor. The youth has rallied behind "Hostel Hudugaru Bekagiddare," appreciating the performances of the actors and the overall entertainment it offers.
A special mention goes to the music by Ajanish Lokanadh, known for his work in Virupaksha and Kantara. Given its success, a dubbed or Telugu remake is highly anticipated. "Hostel Hudugaru Bekagiddare" exemplifies the growth of Sandalwood, showcasing how creative and out-of-the-box ideas are paving the way for blockbuster successes that resonate with diverse audiences.