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Evaru Movie Review

 Evaru Movie Review

Release Date: Thursday 15th August 2019

Cast: Adivi Sesh, Regina Cassandra, Naveen Chandra, Murali Sharma, Pavithra Lokesh, Nihal and others


Sameera (Regina) is accused of murdering her lover, with whom she is having a relationship outside marriage as her husband is gay.

Sameera came to a Coonoor resort in Tamilnadu with her lover Ashok. Her friend bribes a police officer Vikram Vasudev (Adivi Sesh) to help Sameera to build a defense case before she appears in the court of law.

He asks her account, why did she murder her own lover and what really has happened. 


Evaru is the official remake of the Spanish drama The Invisible Guest which was recently remade in Bollywood as Badla starring Taapsee and Amitabh Bachchan.

In the original movie, the accused is male. In Badla and in Evaru, gender turns female. In all the versions, the accused has come to the resort with a lover. But Evaru differs from both these movies on many accounts.

The Telugu version is more of a localized form. A sentimental reason is given for married Reginas love affair with Naveen Chandra. Also, the rape angle is included here to provide some desi masala. 

The Invisible Guest is an awesome thriller with a shocking twist that youd not see coming. It is also essentially, a revenge drama.

Evaru has also followed the same screenplay for the most part but it has missed some elements. The setup of the accused giving away all the information to the lawyer is believable in the original.

Here, the lawyer character is changed to the police officer and this simple change is not as convincing as the original. 

The sequences that blindly followed the original are engaging here as well. Ineffective are those which are altered. The protagonists lover realizing the guilt is perfect in The Invisible Guest. Here, it isnt.

Leaving comparisons aside, as a standalone film, this thriller has many merits to appreciate. It is gripping and engaging. It holds the interest till the end.

If you have not seen either the Spanish movie or its Bollywood version, this would definitely thrill you like anything and the final twist will shock you. The plot and the narration grounds on many merits. The problem arises when it is compared with the original.

If you are a fan of thrillers, Evaru will provide you enough rewards despite overt commercialization like the rape attempt scene and some sentimental scenes. Like the Nilgiri hairpin bends, this story has many twists and turns that hook you to the screen.

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