Evaru Movie Review – Gripping Suspense Drama
Release date: August 15, 2019
Starring: Adivi Sesh, Regina Cassandra, Naveen Chandra and others.
Director: Venkat Ramji
Producers: Pearl V Potluri, Param V Potluri, Kevin Anne
Music Director: Sricharan Pakala
Cinematography: Vamsi Patchipulusu
Editor: Garry BH
Evaru, starring Adivi Sesh and Regina Cassandra in the lead roles raked up great expectations after the teasers and trailer struck a chord with movie-goers.
The film is said to be a remake of Spanish film, The Invisible Guest. Let us see if the film can keep the viewers engaged all the way through or not.
Sameera(Regina) is accused of murdering a cop, Ashok(Naveen Chandra). She hires Vikram(Adivi Sesh) to help her with the case. The duo will now have to figure out the mystery behind this murder. The rest of the story unveils how the suspense drama unfolds.
Adivi Sesh is at his usual best in the role of an investigative officer. He has played similar roles in the past as well. His mature act adds a lot of depth to the proceedings.
Regina gets a meaty role, and she delivers what is expected of her. She emotes well in intense and crux sequences. She does complete justice to the role with her realistic performance.
Naveen Chandra is also a class act. His role has a whole lot of prominence in the script, and he justifies the director’s decision to cast him for such a crucial role.
The director Venkat Ramji does not make too many changes to the original film, The Invisible Guest, barring a tweak to the plot. But he maintains the right excitement and intensity all the way through with his gripping narrative.
Production values by PVP productions are top-notch. The film looks grand in its own way, thanks to some impressive production designing. The art direction is very good, as well.
Camera works and background score are key aspects of the film. Both the technicians worked exceedingly well to deliver a technically sleek output. Editing is good, as well.
Evaru is a gripping suspense drama which keeps the viewers engaged for most parts. It has very good twists that are blended perfectly with the narrative. The film will definitely be a good watch for this weekend.