Technical Departments :
Anoop Rubens’ music is decent and it’s got a good mix of peppy and slow numbers. Editing by Gowtham Raju is alright, although, some of the scenes especially fights and songs could have been trimmed. Ram-Laxman’s action choreography is good. Chota K Naidu uses a lot of low angle shots and hand held cameras to heighten Aadi’s heroism and also add an extra element of thrill in the action scenes. Vijayabhaskar comeback film of sorts, hardly has the zing or the grace of some of his earlier love stories. Here, he opts for a safer route and delivers a routine romantic film. Atchi Reddy has spent a bomb on the film and it shows on screen.
Sometime in to the second half in Prema Kavali, you would have reached a stage where you can even predict the dialogues. That’s where the film loses the plot. But, the film wasn’t meant to evoke our intellectual side of the brain. Questions like - Is it a film worth watching? How good is the film?, are pointless because you know it’s a star launch vehicle. There’s no room for anything different here. But then, all’s fair in love and war!