Director Narayahna Nagendra Rao has come out with breezy movie that is set interestingly set in a coffee shop, the favourite hangout of youngsters these days. The emotions and travails of different people who throng the coffee shop are caught in a vivid manner.
The biggest difficulty is to sustain the interest of the audience as the whole movie unfolds on a rainy evening at a coffee shop. The filmmaker has tried his best to liven up the proceedings and coming to his help are the dialogues, good background score by Aachu and excellent cinematography by Gopi Amarnath.
Aari, Subha, Subbu Panju, R Sivaji, Balaji and Tejaswini play the lead roles in the film that is more story-driven than character-driven. Every man has problems in his life and how best he tries to overcome differentiates him from the rest.
Ajay (Aari) wants to become a filmmaker. One rainy evening , he goes to a coffee shop where he meets Jiya (Subha) . He is attracted to her.
At the same time, there is Satish (Balaji) who comes with his wife Ramya (Tejaswini). They are in the verge of getting divorce after their marital life turns soar. Meanwhile (Subbu Panju) manager of the coffee shop has his own issues to be sorted out in his business. What happens in their lives in the next two hours forms the rest.
Aari, Subha play their roles well, but Tejaswini is catchy and amazing in her character. Subbu Panju, Sivaji and Balaji are adequate for the roles.
Interestingly one should give a pat for Mayuri Sekar, the producer of the movie for making a bold movie to produce such an experimental film.