Coffee Bloom (2015)

Hindi Indie, Drama
Critics Score
22%
Total Reviews: 14
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Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: Coffee Bloom tries hard to be significant but with sketchy characters and manufactured drama, the film fails to make an impression

Average Critic Rating: (2.36)
Cast: Arjun Mathur , Sugandha Garg , Mohan Kapoor , Nandini Sen , Ishwari Bose-Bhattacharya
Director: Manu Warrier
Release Date: 06 Mar 2015

Plot: Dev, though a self proclaimed wise man finds comfort in being a loser, having given up on life as a result of a love gone wrong. A life changing event takes him on a journey to a coffee plantation. There he meets Anika,once the love of his life, now his Read more

Coffee Bloom - Top Reviews

Instead of trying so desperately to weave the landscape into a plot, the director should have made a documentary on the coffee plantations of Coorg.
It is sadly a weak brew; adequate, but nothing to write home about.(This review first aired on CNN-IBN)
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
Films don’t start glowing only by the virtue of being small budgeted or being called indie

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Coffee Bloom - All Reviews

Coffee Bloom eventually reiterates the importance of strong fine black coffee, if only to get through the movie.
Rahul Desai, Mumbai Mirror
Imperfect brew of drama between sketchy characters
Tushar P Joshi, DNA India
Films don’t start glowing only by the virtue of being small budgeted or being called indie
JAGRAN
What’s it about:
Tushar P Joshi, BollywoodLife
I'd like to add, there's nothing more fascinating than seeing poetry in motion on screen.
A warm beverage brewed at leisure
Sweta Kaushal, Hindustan Times
To start with Coffee Bloom is not a commercial film that offers you any masala entertainment
Rohit Khilnani, India Today
Just like the morning cup of coffee
Tanaya Ramyani, BookMyShow
A film about tangled emotions—unexciting, but with a slow-burn intensity
Uday Bhatia, Live Mint
'There's nothing more fascinating than clarity,'' the voice-over soothingly concludes. I'd like to add, there's nothing more fascinating than seeing poetry in motion on screen.
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
Coffee Bloom is a good attempt for a debutant director
Nishi Tiwari, REDIFF