Starring :Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas, Kajal Aggarwal, Mehreen Kaur Pirzada
Director : Sreenivas Mamilla
Producer : Navven Chowdary Sontineni
Music Director : S. Thaman
Cinematographer : Chota K. Naidu
Editor : Chota K. Prasad
Release date : December 07, 2018
After Big release of ROBO 2.O Telugu audience are waiting for the movie Kavachamn. The way they promoted quite a lot in the past few days are interesting.The film directed by Srinivas Mamilla has hit the screens today and let’s see about the review.
Coming to Story Vijay(Bellamkonda Srinivas) is a sincere police officer who always want to work sincerely for the public. In a point he loves Samyukta(Kajal) and wants to marry her. But after a point of time, she disappears from the scene. This is also the time when Vijay saves a lonely girl(Mehreen) from a kidnapping. But his sincere efforts turn upside down as he gets framed in the kidnapping. What is this conspiracy? Who is behind it? and where has Samyukta disappeared all of a sudden ? Who is Mehreen ? For all those answers we have to go and watch in theaters.
After back to back average films Bellamkonda Srinivas came up with new cop avatar. He did 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.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 of the film .
Director Srinivas, he makes just an okay debut with Kavacham. His story on paper is good but his inexperience in narrating the thriller is seen in the first half. Had he made this part well and narrated the film on a simple note.
Production values of the film are top notch. The locations, action sequences, and chases are very good. Once again Chota K Naidu shows his experience as he gives the film a rich light. Thaman’s music is below par but the background score is decent enough. Fights composed look good on screen and will please the masses.
The interval twist is interesting but the narration could have been even better in the first half. The film has some elements to please the masses but for the A center and multiplex audience, this film will be another routine entertainer.