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Evaru Movie Review, Ratings

- 3.5/5
Evaru Movie Review, Ratings

What Is Good

  • Adivi Sesh
  • Screenplay with Twists
  • Regina Cassandra
  • Production values

What Is Bad

  • Things get slow with a parallel story of Sesh
  • Unwanted cliches
Bottom Line: An engaging and suspense filled thriller


After scoring hits back to back like Kshanam and Goodachari, Adivi Sesh is back on screen this time with another suspense thriller teaming with debutant Venkat Ramji, in Evaru. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Evaru review.

Regina Cassandra is framed in the murder of Naveen Chandra whom she accuses of raping her. Enters corrupt cop Vikram Vasudev (Adivi Sesh) who begins an investigation in his way and leads to his side where there are connects between why Naveen Chandra was murdered. Who killed Naveen, what connects Regina Cassandra and Adivi Sesh and was the mystery resolved is what Evaru is all about.

Star Performance

Adivi Sesh is fine and gives a good, subdued act as the corrupt cop and Regina Cassandra is a revelation as she delivers a top-class performance expressing guilt, anger, fear with ease. The rest of the cast including Naveen Chandra and Murali Sharma are aptly cast. The entire movie relies on the shoulders of Regina Cassandra and she emotes flawlessly for most of the scenes. Adivi Sesh also gets better with each movie. 

Techinical Team

Sricharan Pakala's background score is pulsating and Vamsi's cinematography is top-notch capturing the spectacular visuals in an aesthetic manner. Editing by Garry makes sure Evaru is a crisp and sharp venture. The Production values are rich. The crisp editing is the biggest strength of the movie. The entire movie has a short duration running time and that is the biggest positive. The screenplay twists keep the audience glued to their seats.


Debutant Venkat Ramji has perfectly adapted The invisible Guest to Tollywood audience and has introduced a lot of new fresh and surprising twists to the screenplay. While the first half moves with Regina's motive and Sesh's angle explained, the second half connects them both and their other sides and perfectly unravels the mystery. With slick visuals by Vamsi, terrific background score by Sricharan and engaging performances by Adivi Sesh and Regina Cassandra, Venkat Ramji has delivered a stunning thriller that's worthy.

Cast & Crew

3 / 5 - 4152
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