Sarkari Hi. Pra. Shaale, directed and produced by Rishab Shetty completes 100 Days of the run today, With the budget of ₹2 Crore SHPSK collected approximately around ₹32 Crore (including the overseas collection) At the BO, emerging as a biggest blockbuster film of the year. Other than ‘SHPSK’ Tagaru, Rambo 2, Gultoo and Ayogya also marked the 100 days of the run.
Also, SHPSK takes second position in the highest voted KFI movies in Book My Show portal with 49,838 votes (89%), surpassing Kirik Party – 47,437 Votes (89%) While Puneeth Rajkumar starrer Raajakumaara is in first position with 55,868 Votes (87%). While still running in the theatres SHPSK is at a Top 3 position in highest number of multiplexes shows.
The story of SHPSK revolves around the lives of children of a Kannada medium school in Kasargodu, Kerala. The joyous and mischief-filled lives of the kids are brought to a halt with the government’s decision to close the school. What follows is an adventure-filled endeavor of the kids to save their school.
The film is visually rich and compelling and it’s complemented by beautiful soundtrack and BGM. The songs don’t stick out like a sore thumb and are used at perfect junctures to aid the narrative flow, An essential portrait of the emotions of the Kannadigas.
‘SHPSK’ undoubtedly, is an ambitious attempt by Rishab Shetty and the team, a movie which is delightful to watch with Anant Nag’s exceptional acting and an outstanding performance by all the child artists and the team deserves this enormous success.