Srikanth’s son Roshan is finally here in the Tollywood. Titled Nirmala Convent Junior Srikanth has stepped into the Telugu film world at a young age one can say.
Sam(Roshan Srikanth), who belongs to a poor family falls in love with his classmate Shanthi(Shriya). When the love story seems to be doing well, an old dispute among the lead pair’s families causes the couple to break up.
Sam approaches Shanti’s family and asks for her hand. This causes tension to Shanti’s father and Sam gets blocked in the process of love..
Nirmala Convent is a perfect launch pad for Roshan. The young boy had scope in every which way to showcase his all-round skills. Not only does he look good, but the way the young guy emotes on screen is impressive. He has a stunning screen presence and the required innocence which suited his role well.
The movie picks up from the second part right after Nagarjuna’s entry. The game show, Nagarjuna’s performance elevate the film to a decent level.
As usual,A special mention should go to the heroine Shriya who has also done a very god job in the film. Tagubothu Ramesh brings some laughs to the proceedings with his natural flavor and latent.
Music director Roshan Salur, does a superb job with the music score. All his songs are very good and have been placed quite well.
Director Naga Koteswara Rao, has done a decent job with the film. He narrates the film in a simple and decent tone.
Nirmala Convent is a perfect launch pad for Roshan Srikanth. Junior Srikanth the hero shines in his role and surely has a rocking future ahead.
Producer : Nagarjuna – Nimmagadda Prasad
Music Director : Roshan Saluri
Starring : Roshan, Shriya Sharma, Nagarjuna Akkineni
Director : G. Naga Koteswara Rao
Rating : 3/5