Bland And Dumb Love Story.
U/A Certified – 162 Mins.
What is the film about?Nirmala Convent is a typical rich girl and poor boy love story. How the poor boy wins the girl in the end is what the film is all about.
How is Roshan Meka’s performance? Nirmala Convent Review Script
Roshan Meka making his debut with a teenage love story perfectly fits the setup. His tender look adds believability to the plot and that’s the only positive one can think of him at the moment. In every other department, except for brief glimpses of dances, Roshan comes across as an amateur. He is expressionless as an actor and the climax highlights this fact more than any other scene. It’s the one where the emotions have to come out in a big way but the actor remains stone-faced. The contestants of Meelo Evaru Koteeswaralu show infinitely better emotion.
Direction By G Naga Koteswara Rao?
G Naga Koteshwara Rao begins on a wrong foot by taking an outdated story. This could still have resulted in solid entertainment had the director added some freshness to it or presented it in a relatable way that can engage the audience. Here he makes all the wrong moves that can be possible in a single film.
From the story to the screenplay to the performances and finally the way the conflict is resolved, there is a huge misstep at every point. Still, if there is something that manages to engage, even if it’s momentarily is the innocence and the heroine’s spirited act despite all the predictability.
The first half has that touch of innocence in romance and this innocence is carried forward in the second half through hero’s character but everything else that happens around him and also including the performance of lead hero, is disastrous and full of predictable kitsch.
The second half feels downright silly with the Meelo Evaru Koteeshwarudu program used as a tool to resolve the problem. The idea itself feels wrong and the way it has been executed with zero charm, personality, and tension, everything comes across comical on screen. The self-praise of the star makes things cringe worthy. It feels more like promotional material for respective stars rather than the actual film that deals with emotions. Nirmala Convent perfectly highlights the sad state of affairs in Telugu cinema plagued by nepotism. Nirmala Convent Review Directorial Dept
Nagarjuna, Shriya Sharma and others?
Shriya Sharma has spunk and shows confidence on screen. She shows better emotions in a smaller role than a hero who has bigger screen time. Apart from the main lead, the film has few important characters played by Adithya Menon, Ravi Prakash, and Sameer. They are alright with Adithya Menon being the best. Then there is Anita Chowdhary and Soorya pair playing the parents of hero, they are good. Comedy is handled by Tagubothu Ramesh who is fine as usual. Roshan Kanakala fails to register. And last but not the least Akkineni Nagarjuna breathes life into the proceedings whenever he arrives. The self-praise gets overboard at times, though.
Music and other departments? Nirmala Convent Review Tech Dept.
Music for the film is given by Saluri Roshan. It is okay with two songs standing out. background score feels generic with nothing memorable. Cinematography is good in parts. Editing should have been better. Dialogues are okay.
Highlights? Nirmala Convent Review Good.
Drawbacks? Nirmala Convent Bad
Zero emotional connect
Alternative Take Nirmala Convent Review Final Word
Nirmala Convent, much like any other film involving star heroes or industry kids, seems to be more of a project than a movie. its designed in a way that star kids aren’t exposed to hard work and at the same time others keep praising them overtly unnecessarily. A film like Sairat could be made out of this outdated story but then that would require the “hero” to act which is like asking too much from them.
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Nirmala Convent Review by Siddhartha
Akkineni Nagarjuna is an actor who has an eye for spotting talent. Right from RGV to the latest Roshan Srikanth, he has launched them all. Nirmala Convent Review Nagarjuna
Whenever he sees a spark in an actor or a technician, he signs them right away and gives them the much-needed break. This has been happening for quite some years now.
Once again he has made sure that he launches Srikanth’s son Roshan to the Telugu screens. For this, he heard the script narrated by GK, who is one of the presenters of the film. Nirmala Convent Review Roshan
He saw the potential in the project and okayed the film in a go. Then came the big break which he gave to Srikanth’s son Roshan.
After seeing a spark in him, he booked him right away along with heroine Shriya. The project has been in the news for a very long time now and the makers have managed to spark in updates to keep the film in the audience attention.
The first break through the makers got was when they made A R Ameen, son of legendary musician A R Rahman sing for this film.
Touchwood, this song became an overnight success and this paved way for most of the film’s publicity. The film is high school love story which unfolds between two teenagers. Nagarjuna plays a sheet anchors role in the film and will be the there for most of the second half.
Not only this, Nag has also crooned for a number in the film which also became a huge hit and created a good awareness for the project.
Not only this, Nirmala Convent has many interesting aspects. Sons of stars like Suma and Rajeev Kanakala, ETV Prabhakar, all of them are playing key roles in the film. Nirmala Convent Review Comedians
This has given an undue advantage for the film which has been eagerly awaited. One should agree with the tactics of Nagarjuna also as he has promoted the film to a huge extent.
The film is getting a huge release and does not have much competition from the other films this week. It’s very clear, that if the film gets a positive talk, then the makers will easily get their money back within the first week itself.
Roshan Salur, son of legendary musician Koti has composed music for this film which is also an asset.
The trailers have caught on fairly well and have attracted enough audience already. The heroine Shriya is a widely known face all over the country as she has done so many serials in Hindi as a child artist.
With so many things going its way for the Nag production, looks like Roshan will get his much-deserved debut hit soon.