Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas needs a solid hit to stand in the race. After a series of disasters, the actor is testing his luck with Kavacham. Sreenivas Mamilla is the director and Kajal, Mehreen are the heroines. Bollywood actor Neil Nithin Mukesh is the lead antagonist and SS Thaman is the music composer. Bankrolled by Vamsadhara Creations, Kavacham is releasing across the globe today. Here is the complete review of Kavacham:
Kavacham is the story of Vijay (Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas) who is a powerful and honest cop. His spots Samyuktha (Kajal Aggarwal) and falls for her on first sight. Soon she vanishes from his life and when Vijay is in search for her, he finds Swathi (Mehreen) and saves her from a problem. The rest of Kavacham is all about the two stories and the mysteries, conflicts in their lives. Watch Kavacham to know how Vijay saves Samyuktha and what happens to Swathi.
Kajal and Mehreen’s glamour
Songs and love story
Dragged second half
Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas tops the show with his energetic performance throughout the film. The actor shines as a cop and is a treat to watch. Kajal shines in her assignment and turns a glamorous treat for the audience. She has been dazzling in the songs. Mehreen has a key role assigned and she performed well. Neil Nithin Mukesh is a treat and he dominates the entire film. All the other actors have been decent.
Kavacham has no exciting plot. The screenplay and the dialogues of Kavacham make the film even worse and boring. The songs make no impact and the background score fails to support the mass entertainer. The cinematography work and the grand production values are the only saviors for the film. Debutant Sreenivas will be badly criticized for his work.
Kavacham is a bland, poorly written and badly presented action entertainer that will fall flat at the box-office.