Cop thrillers are now gaining more attention than ever from the audience. Right from S.P. Parasuram starring Chiranjeevi, to Gharshana starring Venkatesh, to Singham starring Surya, cop thrillers are the most adored and ardently followed movies. Another movie is now joining the club of cop thrillers and this movie is titled Kavacham.
Cast: Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas, Kajal Aggarwal, Mehreen Pirzada, Neil Nitin Mukesh
Director: Sreenivas Mamilla
Music: S. Thaman.
Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas plays the role of Vijay, a police officer in the city of Vizag. He is known for his work and sincerity. He falls in love with Samyuktha (Kajal Aggarwal,) a waitress in a coffee shop. However, things start getting strange when he rescues a girl, Lavanya (Mehreen Pirzada,) who was about to get abducted by a couple of goons. He gets framed for crimes he hasn’t committed and is falsely accused. His name in the police department gets tarnished and Vijay has nothing to do with it. Why these allegations crop up and how Vijay copes up with them is the essence of Kavacham.
- Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas delivers a power packed performance in Kavacham. He plays the role of a cop pretty convincingly. The best performance by Sreenivas to date.
- Kajal Aggarwal and Mehreen put up great performances in Kavacham. Both the actresses add to the charm and glamour of Kavacham.
- Neil Nitin Mukesh put up a great act as the villain and does a tremendous job in playing the evil guy.
- Fantastic performance by the cast of Kavacham.
- Kavacham was made with high production values and thus the desired output was delivered on screen.
- The cinematography of Kavacham is great and the credit goes to the cinematographer of the movie.
- The songs and the locations elevate the overall experience of Kavacham.
- Certain scenes in the second half of Kavacham were a drag, but the director covered it all in the climax.
A cop thriller, Kavacham is a must watch for all those who crave the mix of drama, emotion, action and sentiment all put together. Kavacham is a rollercoaster ride of emotions and one must definitely experience it.