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Times of India
When you love someone, confessing your love is the best option that keeping it to yourself and regretting later.
Romance buffs are in for a treat this week. Prakash Kunte's much awaited film has taken cine-goers by a pleasant surprise and is running to full houses. Love stories are subjects that are safe territory for filmmakers but at the same time many of these films can go wrong if not given the right kind of treatment. Thankfully 'Coffee Aani Barach Kahi' (CABK) refreshes your sense with the aroma of a perfect brew.
Jaai (Prarthana), a childish girl in search of her knight in shining armour, meets Anish (Bhushan), a family friend who her father wants to get her married to. Anish is mature enough to understand that Jaai is in love with someone else. Nishadh (Vaibbhav), Jaai superior at work, is the guy in question. Jaai and Nishad's story unfolds gradually at the end of which Anish makes her understand how complicating things doesn't work.
Prarthana plays the confused, smitten girl well and Bhushan the smart guy who falls for Jaai's chilled-out sister Abha (portrayed wonderfully by Neha). Vaibbhav's role is that of a reserved guy who keeps to himself. It requires underplaying the character and Vaibbhav adapts to the role like a fish to water. The supporting cast boasts of veterans like Vidyadhar Joshi and Ila Bhate and they add authenticity to the film. There couldn't have been a better person for Suaysh Tilak's character in the film.
Some scenes are stretched and the story is predictable but the performances, treatment and music make the romance a freshly brewed and passionately mixed one.