Music School movie review
A drama teacher and a music teacher at a school struggle to persuade parents of young students of the value of extracurricular activities like drama and music for the overall development of kids’ personalities.
In a school, Sharman Joshi teaches dramatics. As the new music instructor, Shriya Saran joins the team.
The drama’s central conflict is how well they are able to persuade the parents that their children should be allowed to participate in extracurricular activities.
Directed by Paparao Biyyala, the movie speaks discusses how parents and educators push children to prioritise academics above extracurricular pursuits like music, art, and athletics.
However, the film doesn’t keep your attention for long enough because of the rambling musical pieces that appear out of nowhere while being situational.
Shriya Saran is delight to watch in such a sweet role. Shriya is a terrific dancer too, and this film gives her a chance to prove it again.
Sharman Joshi is decent as Manoj. He does better in a couple of emotional scenes, though. Gracy Goswami looks stunning in every frame.
Rest of the supporting cast have all delivered what was expected from them.
Music by Ilaiyaraaja meets the expectations of the film. Cinematography by Kiran Deohans is good.