Nirmala Convent Movie Review: G. Naga Koteswara Rao made his excellence again through his Telugu new movie. Both the star actors acted well as well as the chemistry among them is awesome. However, the characters who performed Shriya’s father did his role well but it would have been fine if some different actor was cast for that role. Moreover, the rest of the characters played their role well and even made their presence felt really amazing. Nirmala Convent is certainly going to be a solid film in Roshan’s career.
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In the leading role Roshan Meka, Shriya Sharma, and the Telugu superstar Nagarjuna Akkineni in action. G. Naga Koteswara Rao with his excellence with direction and also done the screenplay/dialogues. A 144 minutes story is really picking the audience hardly inside the theaters with fun and making watch the movie so special.
The youth icon or in your words, our hero shines in his character and surely has a bright future ahead in the Indian movie Industry. Shriya made her first appearance in the Telugu film Industry through Jai Chiranjeeva movie. Besides, that got the attention of the Hindi language as well as Tamil. However, the audience got the attention of a new actress in the best way.
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At #NirmalaConvent Premiere… It’s a Cute Love Story.. Wishing Roshan all the best for a great… https://t.co/WwATbqXfbG
— Nikhil Siddhartha (@actor_Nikhil) September 16, 2016
This guy #Roshan has a long way to go. Impressive start with #NirmalaConvent. Won’t say anything about the film yet! Hasn’t even released!!!
— Pranita Jonnalagedda (@PranitaRavi) September 15, 2016
Audience attention is really great for this movie and moreover, the support from talented actors and actresses in the Industry.
If you didn’t watch the movie yet, take a look at the Trailer before watches it. With a single trailer, you will be surprised and obviously, you will be forced yourself to buy a ticket for it.
A power struggle ensues with the families pitted toward each other, oftentimes underlined by pronounced casteism. Well, it’s a happy ending that makes the curtains to the whole show. As per the collection reports from Day 1, it unveils that – Nirmala Convent is the greatest movie of the year.