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Kudirithe Kappu coffee Preview

Kudirithe Kappu coffee Peview
Shiva Production & Moon Water Pictures
Varun Sandesh, Suma Battacharya and others
Ramana Selva
Mahi & Shiva

Kudirithe Kappu coffee

Thursday, January 1, 1970 • Telugu Comments

Trailers of Varun Sandesh and Suma Bhattacharya starrer 'Kudirithe Kappu Coffee' have a fresh look. A story on how two youngsters fall in love, breakup and then get back to each other again, shot in beautiful locations of Coorg in Karnataka, 'Kudirithey Kappu Coffee' promises to be worth your ticket price.

Slated to release for Valentine's day in February, KKC has lyricist Sirivennela Seetarama Sastry's son Yogeswara Sarma debuting as music composer. The tracks ' Edo Edo', 'Anaganaga' are ear soothing. 'Anaga Anaga' sung by M M Keeravani is well written by Sirivennela. The posters of the film with two cups of coffee and two youngsters sitting opposite each other are very urbane and are targetted at young multiplex crowd. Made with a shoe string budget of Rs 3 crore, this film also decides the fate of Varun Sandesh who has had spate of flops in the last few films.

He is seen without a moustache in this flick and looks like a college kid. Suma Bhattacharya has the girl next door looks. Produced by Moonwater pictures production who made 'Village Lo Vinayakudu', KKC is a simple love story that revolves around a couple with different takes on life and relationship.

With a young team of Ramana Selva, Shiva and Mahi getting together, impressive music, lyrics and first look of the film, the movie looks like worth the wait this Valentine's day.