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Times of India
The Kannada movie with an attractive English title is sure to draw you to theatre. But what director Vidyasagar has done with a good script and poor narration, especially in the first half, fails to convey the way the story moves. The second half has some lively moments with catchy dialogues, though there is scope to trim a couple of unwanted sequences. It's a family entertainer over a petty issue of coffee and sugar with more bitter than sweet.
Charan (Aneesh) and Sindhu (Sindhu Loknath) are ideal as a couple till one day Sindhu gives him a cup of coffee with a spoon of extra sugar. She also makes a comment that his kiss lacks romance, disappointing her. Charan is upset and it results in a rift between the two as hero's obsession is coffee. Sindhu returns to her parents' house. Charan's mother and Sindhu's mother fight over the issue. A coffee company also becomes a victim of their rift when its sales come down for which the sales manager is pulled up. The TV channels vie with each other to make best episodes out of the rfit as Sindhu is related to a senior police officer who is also linked to the episode. The rest is full of comedy.
Aneesh has done a good job with dialogue delivery and body language. Sindhu needs to improve her dialogue delivery. Richard Louis' track is good but could have been done better. Music by Mantra Anand and camera by Vishweshwara are okay.