Published: Mon 12th Sep 2016 12:27 PM
Nirmala Convent Raring To Go
Gone are the days when actors coming with family legacy are blessed to become stars. Now-a-days, talent is the only factor to make a star out of an artist. Continuing the Meka family legacy started by Srikanth, now his son Meka Roshan is debuting as hero with ‘Nirmala Convent’ releasing on 16th of this month. Shriya Sharma is playing the heroine while Akkineni Nagarjuna, Nimmagadda Prasad is producers and Naga Koteswara Rao is debuting as director.
In fact, ‘Kotha Kotha Baasha’ song was one promotional item which made ‘Nirmala Convent’ familiar among audience. Strictly speaking, Telugu viewers slowly lost interest on the flick with a delayed release. Neither Roshan nor Shriya Sharma appeared like capable lead artists to pull a movie full length. They still look like school going soft kids.
As publicized many times earlier, ‘Nirmala Convent’ is said to be a love story. How far these tender faces with zero expertise can shoulder the movie is a big question? So, the burden directly transfers onto Nagarjuna to make it at least passable. He is playing a full length supporting character.