Kavacham Telugu Movie Review
Bellamkonda Srinivas’s movie ‘Kavacham’ has gained a huge positive response for its trailer and teaser. It has also become the most-awaited movie this month. Finally, Kavacham had hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is!
Cast: Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas, Mehreen, Kajal Aggarwal
Director: Sreenivas Mamilla
Kavacham Telugu Movie Story:
Vijay (Bellamkonda Srinivas) is a sincere police officer who loves Samyukta (Kajal Aggarwal). But, after sometime, she suddenly disappears. At this time, Vijay helps a lonely girl (Mehreen) from getting kidnapped. But the twist arises when he gets framed in the kidnapping. Why Vijay got kidnapped? How all of a sudden Samyuktha disappears forms the rest of the story.
Kavacham Telugu Movie Review:
Bellamkonda Srinivas did his part well as a police. The fight scene in the climax and the scene with Mehreen were come out well. Kajal played a crucial role but for the scope to prove herself is very less. Also, she looked beautiful in songs. Overall, Kajal did her best for the given role.
Mehreen has given a key role and she performed okay and looked beautiful. She has to work on her expressions. Neil Nitin Mukesh is performed well as the main villain and impressed the audience in the last 30 minutes of the movie. Posani, Satyam Rajesh, and Mukesh Rushi played well in their roles. The interval scene is the highlight of the movie.
Though the interval bang was good, the remaining first half is failed to grab the interest of the people. There are many unnecessary scenes between Kajal and Bellamkonda. The second half got confused with unnecessary twists as many characters are introduced one after the other.
As all Bellamkonda movies will have top notch production values, Kavacham had also followed the same. Cinematography by Chota K. Naidu is appreciable. Thaman’s music is below average and fight scenes are executed well.
Finally, speaking about director Sreenivas Mamilla, the script written by him is good but the narration part is damaged and showed his inexperience clearly in the first half. Dialogues are decent.
- Hero performance
- Production Values
- Mehreen performance
- Fight scenes
Verdict: On the whole, Kavacham presents a typical cop story which doesn’t have much to showcase. If you love fights and enjoy mass scenes, you can give a try!