Coffee House (2009) Bollywood Movie Review

Coffee House is a Bollywood Hindi Film directed by Gurbir Singh Grewal, starring Ashutosh Rana, Sakshi Tanwar, Harsh Chhaya in lead roles. Asutosh Rana is back after a long break.The film represents the youth, the unemployed and retired senior citizens. The expectations and disillusionment with the system faced by one and all, lead all the groups of the coffee house to join their hands. There is a flair blend of emotions, comedy and hard-hitting questions that would leave the audience thinking for quite some time.

Coffee House (2009) Bollywood Movie Review

Coffee House is a Bollywood Hindi Film directed by Gurbir Singh Grewal, starring Ashutosh Rana, Sakshi Tanwar, Harsh Chhaya in lead roles. Asutosh Rana is back after a long break.The film represents the youth, the unemployed and retired senior citizens. The expectations and disillusionment with the system faced by one and all, lead all the groups of the coffee house to join their hands. There is a flair blend of emotions, comedy and hard-hitting questions that would leave the audience thinking for quite some time.

Coffee House (2009) Bollywood Movie Review
Coffee House (2009) Bollywood Movie Review

Year of Release : 2009
Genre : Drama
Banner :           Shivkala Motion Pictures, Marwah Studios
Director : Gurbir Singh Grewal
Cast : Ashutosh Rana, Saakshi Tanwar, Paintal, Harsh Chhaya, Vrajesh Hirjee, Hemant Pandey, Vinod Nagpal, Javed Khan, S. M. Zaheer, Aman Dhaliwal
Editor : Omkar Bhakri
Sound Designer : Deepan Chatterjee
Choreographer : Longines Fernandes

Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesofIndia
Coffee House is a small, unostentatious, yet meaningful film about dreaming big, seeking change and making a difference. Naturally, in today’s high-voltage electioneering, the film comes as a topical reminder of the power of the common man. Ostensibly inspired by the life and times of noted theatre activist, Safdar Hashmi who died a brutal death in the 1990s, the film focuses on the valiant attempts of Ashutosh Rana and his street theatre group to change the system and make it more accountable, inclusive and humane. The film scores mostly in its performances by actors who may not be big stars but are big in talent. Don’t go looking for regular naach-gana and gloss and you will find substance and a soul.Visit Site for More

Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer:SpiceZee Bureau Site:SpiceZee
Gurbir Singh Grewal’s ‘Coffee House’ is a modest and meaningful cinema that urges the youth to dream big and bring change. The film is an evocative reminder of the power of common man whose determination can transform the system.‘Coffee House’ is not your typical Bollywood flick but thought evoking cinema, that certainly raises issues which will make you sit back think. ‘Coffee House’ is undoubtedly a dream for impossible.Visit Site for More

Ratings: –/5 Reviewer:Shubhra Gupta Site:IndianExpress
‘Coffee House’ is one long rant, done as simplistically as possible. It gives us TV actor Sakshi Tanwar in her first screen role, and Ashutosh Rana yet another chance to show his exemplary Hindi skills: “main vyakti hoon, vastu nahin….” Makes for good oratory, but a good film? Uh huh. Visit Site for More

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