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Evaru Poster.jpg
First look Poster
Directed byVenkat Ramji
Produced by
  • Pearl V. Potluri
  • Param V Potluri
  • Kavin Anne
Written byVenkat Ramji (screenplay), Abburi Ravi (dialogues)
Music bySricharan Pakala
CinematographyVamsi Patchipulusu
Edited byGarry BH
Release date
  • 15 August 2019 (2019-08-15)
Running time
118 minutes

Evaru (transl. Who) is an Indian Telugu-language crime mystery thriller film directed by Venkat Ramji.[1][2] The film produced by Pearl V Potluri, Param V Potluri and Kavin Anne. The film starring Adivi Sesh, Regina Cassandra, and Naveen Chandra follows the story of corrupt cop Vikram Vasudev (played by Sesh). The music is composed by Sricharan Pakala and editing by Garry Bh.[3] The film is released on 15 August 2019.[4]. The film is an official Telugu adaptation of the Spanish film The Invisible Guest, which also inspired the bollywood movie Badla.


The film opens with the rape attempt on Sameera by DSP Ashok in Connoor. It is shown in the beginning as an open and shut case by the media who sympathise for Sameera. The case is being investigated by Vikram Vasudev, a corrupt cop in Connoor. As Vikram tries to uncover the truth of what happened that night, Sameera says that Ashok had raped her against her will.



The film has been shot in Hyderabad and Kodaikanal. The last schedule of the film was wrapped up in July 2019.[6]


The music of the film is composed by Sricharan Pakala while lyrics are by V N V Ramesh Kumar.

Track listing
1."Ennenno"V N V Ramesh KumarSricharan PakalaChinmayi Sripada2:52


  1. ^ "Confirmed: Adivi Sesh lines up 'Major' and 'Goodachari 2' after 'Evaru'". Times of India. 10 July 2019.
  2. ^ "Adivi Sesh's Evaru inspired from Hollywood film". Telugu Sira. 7 June 2019.
  3. ^ "The film is \official adaptation of the Spanish film 'The Invisible Guest'". The Times Of India.
  4. ^ "Evaru: Adivi Sesh announces the release date of his next film". Times of India. 17 July 2019.
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  6. ^ "Regina's next is Evaru, a thriller". Times of India. 8 June 2019.

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