Nirmala Convent Telugu Movie Review Rating: Actor Srikanth’s son Roshan Meka and child artist Shriya Sharma have made their debut as the lead actor and actress in Nirmala Convent. Famous musician Koti’s son Roshan Saluri has entered the Tollywood industry as music director. AR Rahman’s son Master AR Ameen has debuted as a singer in Telugu with this film.
Rajiv Kanakala’s son Roshan and TV actor Prabhakar’s son Chandrahas have debuted as co-artistes.This movie has got huge hype and expectations with the involvement of King Nagarjuna as producer and also for doing a guest role. It has done a fantastic pre-release business for its range. This movie is releasing today in theaters.Check out Nirmala Convent Movie Full Review Rating.
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Cast: Roshan Meka, Shriya Sharma, Nagarjuna Akkineni
Director: G. Naga Koteshwara Rao
Music: Roshan Saluri, A.R. Ameen
Producer: Nimmagadda Prasad, Nagarjuna Akkineni
Banner: Annapurna Studios, Matrix Team works
Nirmala Convent Movie Rating – 2/5.
Review: “Nirmala Convent” is a romance film, which has an interesting story. Roshan Meka and Shriya Sharma have done good jobs and their chemistry is the highlight of the film. Nagarjuna’s cameo is another highlight of the film. The movie has rich production values and music and picturization are the attractions on the technical front.
The story of Nirmala Convent film takes place in Bhupathinagaram, a small and beautiful village filled with scenic visuals. The king of the village has 99 acres of land, however, a small farmer Veerayya (LB Sriram) has one-acre land which is quite crucial for the village head Raju guru’s 99 acres as the water for cultivation need to be given through his one acre.
As Veerayya refuses to sell his one acre, he will be killed after which his son (David) takes the responsibility. David’s son Shyam (Roshan) is a bright student in school who studies with the Raju’s Grand Daughter Santhi (Shriya Sharma). The duo falls in love which turns un-digestible for Santhi’s father Bhupathi Raju (Aditya Menon). David asks Bhupathiraju to allow their marriage after which Bhupati asks for the one acre. Will Shyam end up winning his love? What will happen to the one-acre landforms the rest of the Story?
Performance: Roshan makes an impressive debut as Shyam and he has been the perfect choice for the role. He performed the assigned role with ease. Shriya Sharma too makes an impressive debut as the female lead and glamorous acts by her look clumsy. Nagarjuna will be seen in a special role as a celebrity and his screen presence has been limited. His character has not been much excited and he had less scope to perform. All the other actors delivered out their best.
Verdict: Nirmala Convent
Film is an impressive effort from Roshan which turns positive for him. He has got great screen presence and the potential of becoming a good actor like his father. He has a long way to go. With some patience can be given a single time watch film.