Kudirithe Kappu Coffee Review
Varun Sandesh, who faced a series of flops after Kotha Bangaru Lokam, took some gap and signed Kudirithe Kappu Coffee. Though, the film completed its shooting long ago, the producers could not release the film due to some reasons. Now that there are no big releases, they felt that this is the right time and released it. Ramana Salva made his debut as director, Yogeswar Sharma, son of Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry scored music for the first time, while Suma Bhattacharya also made her first appearance on-screen with this movie. Let us watch how these debutants fared in the film. Read on for Kudirithe Kappu Coffee review.
Venu (Varun) is fond of traveling and he extensively travels, whenever his mood is off. His mother wants him to settle in life with a suitable job or business. However, he gets disturbed with his friend Ravi's death, who commits suicide due to love failure. This makes Venu to come to a conclusion that ‘love kills’ and he doesn’t want to pity on Ravi but hates the concept of love.
Once, Venu’s father (Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao) tells him that they had a coffee shop in Dakshinagiri in a picturesque locale. In fact, it belongs to his childhood teacher, Malati’s son, who sold it off to him, but dies in an accident along with his wife. So, he wants to give it back to his teacher, but the latter refuses, as it was already sold. The shop and the adjacent school run by her were in losses. Venu decides to go there and see to it that it revives from losses. Malati has a granddaughter called Lasya (Suma Bhattacharya). who is a student of hotel management and her ambition is to bring back the glory to that Coffee Shop.