Coffee With D Movie Review – Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh

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Coffee With D Movie Review

Coffee With D Movie Review – Coffee With D the comedy drama movie is released today in cinema worldwide. The film is directed by Vishal Mishra and produced by Vinod Ramani starring Sunil Grover, Zakir Husain, Dipannita Sharma and Anjana Sukhani.

The Kapil Sharma Show famous star Dr. Mashoor Gulati plays the role of Arnab is a popular news anchor, he has an expensive lifestyle and a pregnant wife to take care of and losing his job would mean a failure on both counts. But the world trusts Arnab to come up with something new as he has always done and so he does! He decides to infuse a new lease of life in his show by announcing an interview with the most infamous and most wanted don of the Mumbai underworld, ‘D’.

Coffee With D Movie Review 
Rating3/5
CAST:Sunil Grover, Zakir Hussain, Anjana Sukhani, Dipannita Sharma, Rajesh Sharma
DIRECTION:Vishal Mishra
GENRE:Drama

Coffee With D Movie Review

Let’s have a look at the Coffee With D movie review by all popular Hindi movies critics like Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh, Raja Sen, Komal Nahata, Anupam Chopra, IMDB Rating, Times of India and much more.

 

Coffee With D Movie Review

 

1.) Rating: 1.5/ 5. Review by Surabhi Redkar on Koimoi.com

Sunil Grover has fans but trust me this film will certainly disappoint them. Give this one a miss, you can wait to spend on the next two big releases.

 

2.) Rating: 1.5/ 5. Review by Reza Noorani by Times of India

It could have been good film, but the undoing of Coffee With D is its post-production. The film is let down by shoddy editing and a bad dubbing job where entire sentences are muted and out of sync. A story that has potential is ruined by poor execution that distracts you from the plot.

 

3.) Rating: 3/5. Review by Anusha Iyengar on BollywoodLife

Sunil Grover seemed awkward and blank in a few romantic scenes. Since we are used to seeing him be funny most of the times, it is kind of unsettling to see him be serious or romantic, for that matter. The second half of the film kept dragging on and the makers tried to make it look patriotic but it lacked the emotions. The writing could have been much better. Zakir Hussain was the only actor holding the fort and keeping us hooked to the screen. The plot was quite interesting but the performances didn’t match up to it. There is a scene where Parul (Anjana Sukhani) calls Arnab to remind him of the oath that they took as journalists. A strong scene performed poorly, it lacked the impact that it could have created.

 

4.) Rating: 1/2. Review by Financial Express

In theory, Coffee With D should be a funny film. Yet, instead of inserting witty puns that comment on our media, the filmmaker’s are content with teenage humour about mispronunciations and obscenities. Zakir Hussain’s D is also reduced to a giggling and somewhat dim individual, which makes us wonder how he became the world’s most feared don to begin with.

 

5.) Rating:2/5. Review by Subhash K Jha on Hindustan Times

Coffee With D is like an unfinished unpolished version of what could have been a rollicking run-in into a ruminative session between Indian’s biggest fugitive and loudest journalist. If only it had been allowed more leg-space to lunge in the lap of the ludicrous.

 

6.) Rating: 1/5. Review by Mayank Shekhar on Mid-Day

What do we learn about Dawood, thanks to ‘Coffee With D’? That he diverted the Malaysian Airline Flight 370, because he was travelling from KL to Karachi, but the flight itself was headed to Beijing. He just landed the plane in his house, and the missing passengers are now his servants. Eh? This is not even funny.

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