Cast: Varun Sandesh, Suma Bhattacharya, Tanikella Bharani, Bheemineni Srinivasa Rao, Sivannarayana, Sukumar and others
Dialogues: Abburi Ravi
Music: Yogishwara Sharma
Cinematography: Santosh Rai
Editor: Anil Kumar B
Art: Sashidhar Adapa
Producers: Mahi and Shiva
Banner: Shiva Productions and Moon Water
Story, screenplay, and directed by: Ramana Salva
Release date: Feb 25, 2011
Rating: 2.75 / 5
Kudiritey kappu Coffee Telugu Movie Review:
AFter Some Disater Films Varun Comes Again with his New Coffee like film. this time Some much it has Been Woked For varun when compared to his past films.
The story is about a young guy’s dilemma over love as he experiences a tragic incident in his friend’s life. Seshu (Varun Sandesh) is rich guy’s son. His family owns a guesthouse in Karnataka. When his friend ends life after a failure in love, Seshu vows not to fall in love. To forget this incident he decides to go to resort that is now run by his father’s teacher Malati (Sukumari). There he meets Malati’s granddaughter Lasya (Suma Bhattacharya) who has grand plans to make the guest house turn into a resort. Soon Lasya falls in love with Seshu but he doesn’t reciprocate. Rest of the movie is all about Seshu and Lasya unite in the end.
It’s a different characterization for Varun Sandesh and he does justice to his role. It’s a serious character. The only negative in Varun Sandesh’s work in this film is his diction (which keeps improving from film to film, but not good enough yet). The director offsets it by making heroine tease him about his diction. Suma Bhattacharya is okay in the role of female lead. Bheemineni Srinivasa Rao did the role of hero’s father and he is apt. Sukumari who did the role of elder lady is fine. The guy who did assistant to Varun gets a few brownie points. Siva Narayana (Amrutham fame) has a lengthy character and his work in conflict scene with Tanikella is good. Tanikella Bharani did the role of an indecent man who runs ‘Decent Lodge’.
Technical And Other departments :
The basic story of the movie is about how a guy who hates love finally falls into love. A coffee shop in a lush green outdoors is taken as a background. It is a simple story with simple premise. First time director Ramana Salva has a great visual sense and a poetic taste. He penned few of the scenes really well. But, he couldn’t execute them convincingly on screen. Since this film don’t have regular commercial padding, it is extremely important for any director to get the key emotional scenes right. Narration of the movie is slow. The climax part of the movie appears rushed up and it not convincing enough. However, the directors needs to be commended for sticking to the core subject and not indulging any commercial padding.
Kudirithe Kappu Coffee is a simple film with a predictable story line. The plus points are visuals, music and awesome locations. Lack of dramatic impact and hurried-up climax are the weak points. I wish the director would have executed the script with better emotional impact. On a whole, Kudirithe Kappu Coffee is a typical multiplex film with nice visuals/music.
Kudiritey Kappu Coffee is simple love story, which has eye-catching visuals and lilting music. It is okay movie but can be watched for its great locations. its a good Film to watch this weekend.