"Thriboki Jeevana" from Rakshit Shetty's "Kirik Party" has taken the Internet by storm.

After soup song Kannada Suspend Song makes waves on the internet Screengrab/YouTube
Flix Cinema Saturday, December 10, 2016 - 14:58

Three weeks since the song “Thriboki Jeevana” from Rakshit Shetty’s “Kirik Party” was released online, the song appears to have taken the Internet by storm. B. Ajaneesh Loknath is the music director.

Supposedly a campus story which will be released by the end of December, the song "Thriboki Jeevana", also called as the “Suspend Song” has found takers for more reasons than one. It has been viewed more than 6.5 lakh times on YouTube. 

The four-minute song starts with the grumpy principal of the engineering college punching a seal on a paper, and declaring that the six students politely standing before him have been suspended.

What follows is “an anthem for the last benchers” in director Rishab Shetty’s own words

However, organising a protest and demanding to know the reason for the suspension do not come in the way of the gang's ogling the campus heartthrob! 

All this happens with the question “Are you the six who were suspended from college?” getting thrown at them multiple times throughout the song. 

And oh, who talks about the pain that last benchers go through to buy a sparkling yellow Contessa car? This song tells you!