Producers : Pearl V Potluri, Param V Potluri, Kevin Anne
Director : Venkat Ramji
Music Director : Sricharan Pakala
Editor : Garry BH
Cinematography : Vamsi Patchipulusu
Starring : Adivi Sesh, Regina Cassandra, Naveen Chandra and others.
Adivi Sesh and Regina Cassandra have played the lead roles in the new movie titled Evaru. The film is directed by Venkat Ramji and produced by PVP under PVP Cinema. The movie unit hiked the curiosity of the audiences by releasing the theatrical trailer. The film is in the theatres now. Read on to know the review of the movie.
Story: Vikram Vasudev (Adivi Sesh) is investigating the much-hyped murder case of DCP Ashok (Naveen Chandra). The accused is Sameera (Regina Cassandra) who alleges that Ashok raped her and she has just killed him as self-defense. But Vikram Vasudev has too many questions to ask Vikram. What are they? What did Vikram Vasudev do? What happens in the end? Forms the story of the movie.
Performances: Adivi Sesh can be considered as the biggest plus point for this film. The actor has delivered a mesmerizing performance and will definitely impress the audience. The way he has carried his role will definitely leave an impact on the audience. Regina Cassandra also got a really interesting role in this film.
Her captivating performance also added more strength to the movie. Naveen Chandra is too good in his role. Despite getting a challenging role, Naveen Chandra has pulled it off well. Murali Sharma delivered an honest performance. He acted naturally and justified his role. Nihal Kodhaty also impressed with his acting skills in this movie. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt.
Technical Aspects: The way the director Venkat Ramji has narrated the script is really impressive. The jaw-dropping twists will make the audience get hooked throughout the film. Venkat Ramji's pace narration is also really worth appreciating and crisp without any major flaws. Production values by PVP Cinema banner are luxurious.
It is evident that the production values became one of the major plus points of this film. Music by Sricharan Pakala is top-notch. His mesmerizing background score made the movie even more interesting. Cinematography by Vamsi Patchipulusu is spectacular. He has produced some mesmerizing visuals for the film. Editing by Garry Bh is decent.
Verdict: 'Evaru' has a solid story which can be considered as the major plus point. The movie starts off on an interesting note and the entire first half will be extremely engaging. On the other hand, the interval twist will create more interest on the movie. The second half is somewhat draggy but the sudden twists in the plot will make the audience stick to their chairs.
The climax is also handled well and the final twist is truly unexpected. Adivi Sesh, unpredictable story and music can be considered as the major plus points of this film. The climax literally takes you off your feet and gives the film a perfect twist. Overall, 'Evaru' is definitely a worth watching film movie which will definitely give a memorable ride for the audience.
Adivi Sesh and Regina take you on a thrilling ride