Kavacham Review & Rating
Movie Name: Kavacham
Release Date: 7 December 2018
Cast: Sai Sreenivas Bellamkonda,Kajal Aggarwal,Mehreen Pirzada,Neil Nitin Mukesh
Director: Sreenivas Mamilla
Music: S Thaman
Young Hero Bellamkonda Srinivas has been eagerly waiting to score at least one hit ever since his debut. Even his previous outing, 'Saashyam' ended up as the biggest disaster at the box office. Now, the hero has pinned all his expected hopes on his upcoming action cop drama 'Kavacham'.
With Kajal Agarwal and Mehreen Pirzada as the female leads, the glamour dosage will be high in the film. New director Srinivas Mamilla is going to mark his debut with this film. SS Thaman has scored music for the film. The teaser and trailer created a good impression on the audience. The film has finally hit the screens today on December 7th. Let's check out the review of the movie.
Vijay (Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas) is a sincere cop. One day, he falls in love with Samyuktha (Kajal Agarwal). On the other hand, Swathi (Mehreen Pirzada) runs away from home to unite with her boyfriend but gets chased by the goons.
Vijay saves her but gets involved in a bigger trouble which he didn't expect. What is the trouble? Who is Swathi and what happened to Samyukta? forms the rest of the story.
Bellamkonda Srinivas has performed well in the movie. It is evident that he has improved a lot in terms of facial expressions and dialogue delivery. He has maintained the same energy levels throughout the film. Kajal Agarwal is undoubtedly the show stealer of the film. Her flawless beauty and acting skills is one of the major highlights of the film.
Mehreen Pirzada delivered a decent performance. he also looked extremely gorgeous in the film. Neil Nitin Mukesh is definitely an asset to this film. He has delivered a spectacular performance more than anyone. Harish Uttam did a great job in portraying the role. We can say that he got into the skin of the character and performed really well.
It is evident that Harshvardhan Rane has put in so many efforts for this film and he delivered an impressive performance. Kalyani Natarajan and Mukesh Rishi suited for their roles. Satyam Rajesh, Ajay, Shravan, Prabhas Srinu justified the roles very well.
The director has prepared a decent story are some twists in the film. But there are also some dull and low-key moments in the film which tests the patience of the audience. The production values by Vamsadhara Creations are too good. Just like the other movies of Bellamkonda Srinivas, the production values are high for this film as well.
The music by SS Thaman is undoubtedly an asset to the film. His background score is astounding and succeeded in elevating the intensity of the scenes. The dialogues by Abburi Ravi are written well.
Especially in the second half, some of the dialogues will definitely strike the chord with the audience. Cinematography by Chota K Naidu is good. He also edited the film and has given a decent output.
The director has penned a decent story and added enough twists but failed to execute it properly. The first half of the film is boring and the director took more time to establish the characters.
With some unnecessary comedy scenes and the irritating love track, the first half fails to create a good impression. The movie is far away from the regular commercial entertainers but the director's poor narration and not-so-interesting plotline made the movie even blander. On the whole, 'Kavacham' is a poor action drama and can be skipped.
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