Cast: Sesh Adivi, Regina, Naveen Chandra, Murali Sharma and Others
Director : Venkat Ramji
Producer : Prasad V Potluri
Banner : PVP Cinema
Music : Sri Charan Pakala
Release Date : 15th Aug, 2019
Debutant director Venkat Ramji comes equipped with a captivating script that is packed with purposive twists and stunning turns. If there is any thriller that demands the audience’s rapt attention every single minute, it has to be this.
Rating: 3/5 – Read full review on IndiaGlitz.com
Evaru is a remake of Spanish film Contratiempo which was recently remade in Hindi as Badla. Although the main plot remains the same, Evaru has a different screenplay compared to the original.
Rating: 3/5 – Read full review on Gulte.com
The story is set in a hill station Coonoor. Sameera (Regina Cassandra), the wife of a businessman, is accused of murdering her friend Ashok (Naveen Chandra) with whom she’s having a relationship. A corrupt police officer Vikram Vasudev (Adivi Sesh) is designated to help her in this case. She tells him that she shot at Ashok with a gun in her defense when Ashok attempted to rape her.
Rating: 3/5 – Read full review on TeluguCinema.com
Movie begins with Sam (Regina Cassandra) shooting policeman Ashok (Naveen Chandra) to death and is arrested on murder charges only to prove that she is a rape victim. Having got a tough advocate on opposite side, Sam hires corrupt cop Vikram Vasudev (Adivi Sesh) to find the inner sources information and get rid from the case.
Rating: 3/5 – Read full review on Cinejosh.com
Evaru screenplay is written in such a way that it allows you a peak into the prime character’s psychology. Sameera is indeed a rich woman for having married her boss. It is a marriage of convenience and as Sam gets adventurous by going out with her paramour Ashok Krishna whom she intended to marry, meets with an accident. That is where the problem begins.
Rating: 3/5 – Read full review on Telugu360.com
‘Evaru’ keeps the viewers guessing till the very end and deceive them throughout. Having two or three good twists in a feature film is more than enough to keep the proceedings gripping. In this thriller, You will get to see plenty of them yet none of them appear like a forcible inclusion.
Rating: 3/5 – Read full review on Tupaki.com