Bellamkonda Srinivas's Kavacham Telugu Movie Review, Rating | Kavacham (2018) Telugu Movie!

Bellamkonda Srinivas's Kavacham Telugu Movie Review, Rating | Kavacham (2018) Telugu Movie!

Filmbuzz123 Ratings: 2.5/5

Movie Name: Kavacham

Star Cast: Bellamkonda Sreenivas, Kajal Aggarwal, Mehreen Pirzada, Neil Nithin Mukesh
Producer: Naveen Sontineni,
Director: Srinivas Mamilla
Music: S.S.Thaman
Released on: 07-12-2018

Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas, who was most recently seen in the spine-chiller Saakshyam, is presently back on screen, this time wearing the khaki without precedent for his most recent offering, Kavacham, costarring Kajal Aggarwal and Mehreen Pirzada, which was released today. 


Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas plays a youthful and upstanding cop, and his life advances easily, until the point that the city faces a few kidnappings, and Mehreen Pirzada is a declaration to one of those occurrences, following which Sai Sreenivas starts to follow the grabbing enemies of socials. In the interim, he's likewise infatuated with Kajal Aggarwal, and circumstances make Sai Sreenivas himself surrounded in every one of the violations in the city. Presently he is no more a cop, and he needs to substantiate himself honest other than additionally uncover the packs behind enemy of social exercises in the city. Was he ready to catch Neil Nithin Mukesh and uncover them, and was he ready to return to his cop obligation is the thing that Kavacham is about?


Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas is overly fit as the cop, and he has enhanced marginally as far as emoting, while still has far to go, and has as common exceeded expectations with moves, and needs to enhance a considerable measure in romance, as he watches strange. Kajal Aggarwal and Mehreen Pirzada look pretty and make Kavacham a vivid excursion however they play run of the mill eye confections, the previous gets more screen space than Mehreen, and are restricted to generalization roles. Neil Nithin Mukesh as the vital opponent makes a decent attempt to look malicious, yet falls flat with poor lip sync. Harish Uthaman is satisfactory, while Harshavardhan and Ajay are threatening, however, they assume an unoriginal role. Whatever is left of the cast does not have a lot to do.


S Thaman conveys a noisy and shaking BGM, while of the tunes, Tu Hi Mera, Dulhara and Vasthava Pilla are hum-worthy. Cinematography by Chota K Naidu is staggering as he has caught the action scenes and pursue scenes flawlessly. Chota K Prasad's altering could have been rigid, as the motion picture hauls big time in the second half. Debutant director Srinivas has made a section with an intriguing reason of a cop on the keep running behind a kidnap racket and has an entirely fair throwing for the equivalent. In any case, he flops in execution, as he is seriously let somewhere near the lead on-screen characters, who can't act out, and a dull screenplay that never gains energy. The first portion of the motion picture runs with lackadaisical pace, with an undesirable section tune, and a few constrained and unappealing romance scenes, while the second half experiences melody situations, and however the bunch looks persuading, it is introduced in an uninteresting way, with an excessive amount of consistency and a powerless miscreants setup.

  • Kajal Aggarwal
  • Action scenes
  • Production values
  • Routine cop story
  • Songs
  • Editing
  • Unengaging Screenplay
  • Few unwanted romantic scenes

Kavacham with an unengaging screenplay closes like a normal trip. All stated, Kavacham adds to the rundown of unsuccessful endeavors of Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas. Another cop movie which fails to engage completely!

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