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Touted to be a teenage love story, Nirmala Convent, produced by Akkineni Nagarjuna, has hit the screens now. Let s see how the movie has turned out to be. Plot

Nirmala Convent Movie Review

Nirmala Convent Movie Review Telugu Movie Review
Written by Sharon Jacob
Review for the film " Nirmala Convent"
Runtime: 2 Hours 32 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 16-09-2016
Genre: Romance
2.5 / 5.0



Touted to be a teenage love story, Nirmala Convent Click to look into! >> Read More... Nirmala Convent , produced by Akkineni Nagarjuna Akkineni Nagarjuna is a veteran Indian actor, TV p >> Read More... Akkineni Nagarjuna , has hit the screens now. Let’s see how the movie has turned out to be.


Shriya Sharma Shriya Sharma is a child actress and model who is >> Read More... Shriya Sharma lives in Bhupathinagaram and she is a rebel in her school while Roshan Meka Roshan Meka also called Roshan, was born on the 13 >> Read More... Roshan Meka is a brilliant student. They both study in Nirmala Convent. Eventually they fall for each other after facing certain initial hiccups. But as fate would have it they are forced to separate as Shriya’s affluent dad Aditya Menon gets hold of Roshan’s father’s one acre land, thereby creating friction. Roshan decides to win get his love back by becoming rich. What happens next? Does Roshan win the hand of Shriya? Does Aditya Menon turn a new leaf? Watch the movie to know.

Star Performances

Nagarjuna has not only produced the movie but has also appeared in a special role as a celebrity. His role is brief. Maybe he has decided to give the lion’s share to the youngsters. However, his character will be embraced by the audiences. Roshan (famous Telugu actor Srikanth is his father), who debuts with this movie, has a perfect launchpad and shines in his role. Shriya Sharma (who was seen as a child star in many Tollywood films) fits into her role well but is not quite at ease with glamour. All the supporting cast have done what is required of them.


There are many new talents in the film including the singers, music directors and actors. This is indeed a welcoming sign. And one of the highlights of the film is that maestro A R Rahman’s son has sung for a number in the film.

Being the debut film of several artists one would expect the story to be as fresh as cucumber. However, the story is a tried and tested one. This factor could have been considered by the director Naga Koteswara Rao.

What’s there?

  • Roshan Saluri’s music is a treat to the ears. And so is his BGM.
  • The song sung by Nagarjuna is worth listening.
  • The camerawork of Vishweshwar is commendable.
  • The first half could have been executed in a better pace.
  • Production values are par excellence.

What’s not there?

  • The dialogues lack life.
  • The comedy is not appealing.


You can watch the film if you are game for a sweet love story.