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Kavacham Review : Adequate Cop Drama

MOVIE NAME“Kavacham

Boxoffice70mm RATING: 2/5 (★★★★★)

Starring: Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas, Kajal Aggarwal, Mehreen Pirzada and others

Directed by: Sreenivas Mamilla

Produced by: Naveen Chowdary Sontineni

Banner: Vamshadara Creations

Music by: S S Thaman

Release Date: 7th December 2018

About Movie

Despite delivering a dud with ‘Saakshyam’ this year, Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas is not slowing down. He has lined up many movies and one of them is ‘Kavacham’ that hit the screens today.

Let’s find out its merits and demerits. 

” Kavacham “ Review:

In the city of Vizag, Vijay (Bellamkonda Srinivas), a legit cop, plays an abduct dramatization to shoulder medicinal costs for his mom who harmed extremely in a mishap. He seizes Samyukta (Mehreen), niece of an industrialist (Mukesh Rishi) and requests Rs 50 Lakhs.

It was phony capture dramatization as Samyukta herself gives him this thought. He gets the cash and discharges her at a transport quit expressing gratitude toward her bountifully.

The curve in the story is that she isn’t the genuine Samyukta, she took another young lady’s character (Kajal). Why? What issues he has looked because of this contort?

Music: By Music by S.S. Thaman’s songs are disappointing except last one & background score was just okay.

Cinematography: By Chota K Naidu is plus for the film.

Editing: By Chota K Prasad was very good.

Direction & Written: What the new director has tried is playing with unnecessary tracks by bringing various characters. By the time he reveals the twists, it tests our patience.

Action:

Playing a cop’s role is considered to be a success mantra for action stars. Bellamkonda has played this role in his regular style, nothing much different from his movies.

Kajal Aggarwal has not much to do in the film. Moreover, she has looked old opposite Bellamkonda. Mehreen is okay.

Neil Nitin Mukesh, his debut in Tollywood, has done a good job. Harshavardhane Rana and Ajay are competent.

Highlights:

  • Interval Bang
  • Some episodes

Drawback:

  • Old story
  • Routine sequences

Analysis:

In the city of Vizag, Vijay (Bellamkonda Srinivas), a legit cop, plays an abduct dramatization to shoulder medicinal costs for his mom who harmed extremely in a mishap. He seizes Samyukta (Mehreen), niece of an industrialist (Mukesh Rishi) and requests Rs 50 Lakhs.

It was phony capture dramatization as Samyukta herself gives him this thought. He gets the cash and discharges her at a transport quit expressing gratitude toward her bountifully.

The curve in the story is that she isn’t the genuine Samyukta, she took another young lady’s character (Kajal). Why? What issues he has looked because of this contort?

Bellamkonda Srinivas does well in his role of a cop. He gets a meaty role and as expected, is very good in the action sequences. He is very good during the climax fight and his scenes with Mehreen have come out well.

Kajal has a crucial role but does not get to emote much. She looks lovely in the songs and does what is expected of her throughout the film. Mehreen lands a key role and she is the one who brings the key changes in the film. She is okay in her role but needs to work on her expressions.

Neil Nitin Mukesh is good as the main villain and takes over the film in the last half an hour or so. Posani was good as the corrupt cop and so were Satyam Rajesh and Mukesh Rishi. The interval bang is the highlight and has been handled quite well.