Vajra Kavachadhara Govinda Review

                        Vajra Kavachadhara Govinda Review
Vajra Kavachadhara Govinda Review

Movie Review: Vajra Kavachadhara Govinda

Director: Arun Pawar

Producers : Edala Narendra, Gvn Reddy

Music: Vijay Bulganin

Starring: Sapthagiri, Vaibhavi Joshi

Release Date: 14th June 2019

Rate: 3/5

Vajra Kavachadhara Govinda starring Sapthagiri and Vaibhavi Joshi, has hit the theaters on 14th June 2019. The movie is directed by Arun Pawan and Vajra Kavachadhara Govinda marks the collaboration of the director with the actor for the second time.
Story: Govind (Saptagiri) belongs to a small village where he wants to build a cancer hospital. His friend MLA Prasanna Laxmi (Archana) promises him of help but later cheats him. He turns chief and finds out a treasure. He also tries to find it the money to build the hospital. Will he get success? What the problem, Govind faces in his journey? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on silver screen.

Plus Points:

· Performances of Saptagiri

· Story

· Entertainment

Minus Points

· Direction

· Narration

Performance: The performance of Saptagiri is highlighted in the movie. He performed well in comedy as well as in sentimental scenes. He has shown variations in his character. His body language and facial expressions are up to the mark. Vaibhavi Joshi impresses not only with her looks but also with her performance. Archana is too good in her role. Rajendra John Kottoli is ok. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Technical: Background music by Vijay Bulganin blends in well with visuals and carries forward the emotion. Edala Narendra, Gvn Reddy as priducers spent adequately wherever required. Cinematography work is breath-taking. The visuals and frames the movie has are good to eye. The beautiful visuals captured by the camera, are mind-blowing. Editing is good. The dialogues are natural.

Analysis: Overall Vajra Kavachadhara Govinda touches the heart of the audiences. The movie has right amount of emotions, twist and comedy. The first half is entertaining. The interval block is just average whereas second half turns out a bit serious. The plus points of Vajra Kavachadhara Govinda are the presence of Saptagiri and the comedy.