Black Coffee is a comedy entertainer scripted and directed by Baburaj. The film has Baburaj, Sunny Wayne, Lal, Lena, Shweta Menon, Ambika, Sphadikam Geo

Black Coffee Movie Review

Black Coffee Movie Review Malayalam Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Black Coffee"
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Runtime: 2 Hours 22 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 19-02-2021
Genre: Comedy, Drama
2.75 / 5.0

Black Coffee is a comedy entertainer scripted and directed by “ Baburaj Baburaj is an Indian cinema actor and director. He >> Read More... Baburaj .” The film has Baburaj, , “ Lal Paul Michael alias Lal started his successful jour >> Read More... Lal ,” “ Lena Lena Abhilash is known for her character Jancy pla >> Read More... Lena ,” Shweta Menon Shweta Menon is a Malayalam and Hindi movie actres >> Read More... Shweta Menon , “ Ambika story coming soon >> Read More... Ambika ,” Sphadikam George, Thezni Khan, Saju Kodiyan Saju Kodiyan is a famous comedy actor in Malayalam >> Read More... Saju Kodiyan , Pradeep Kottayam Pradeep Kottayam is an actor popular for his comed >> Read More... Pradeep Kottayam , Rachana Narayanankutty Rachana Narayanankutty born on April 4, 1983 is po >> Read More... Rachana Narayanankutty and “ Oviya Jaya TV is the most popular and loved Tamil Entert >> Read More... Oviya ” in the cast. Bijibal Maniyil Bijibal Maniyil is an Indian composer and a singer >> Read More... Bijibal Maniyil composed the music.


Cook Babu, who had been with Kalidasan and Maya moves from their house after some misunderstanding. He meets four women, who live in an apartment. Soon, he impresses them with his cooking skill. Later, he shifts his residence to their flat. Why did he leave Kalidasan? Will he join him once again? Who are those women? Did they support Babu? The answers reveal the rest of the story.

Star Performance

Baburaj did his best as usual. Lal, Shweta, Rachana Narayanankutty, Oviya and Lena had also showcased their talents.


Baburaj brings back his character from the 2011 movie Salt N' Pepper. Although there are some nostalgic moments from Salt N' Pepper, Black Coffee has some interesting comedy elements. However, some work out well and some are not. With some decent script laced with comedy, Baburaj managed to convince the audience. The roles are equally shared and each star gets a special screen space. The music composition is good and so does the cinematography and editing. The production values are pretty decent.

What’s There?

  • The artists’ performance is neat
  • Music and cinematography are perfect

What’s Not There?

  • Not all the situational comedy scenes worked out


Black Coffee comes with both pluses and minuses. The comedy works in some parts and in some places, we feel that it’s already told umpteen times. However, it’s a good time pass for the weekend.