Their first collaboration, a relatable love story, Coffee Aani Barach Kahi marks the directorial debut of Prakash Kunte, who started his career as a clapper and features relatively newer lead pair of Prarthana Behere and Vaibbhav Tatwawdi. ‘Coffee Aani Barach Kahi’ is scheduled to hit the silver screen on 3rd In a day and age when Marathi Cinema is increasingly gravitating towards the star system made popular by mainstream Bollywood and the South Indian film Industry, Sanjay Chabbria and Ravi Jadhav have joined hand to promote new talent in the Marathi industry with their first initiative in that direction being a very relatable love story “Coffee Aani Barach Kahi”. While Sanjay Chabbria runs Marathi’s first and only studio ‘Everest Entertainment’ and has been behind some of the industry’s biggest hits including "Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy", 'Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho', 'Haapus', 'Ideachi Kalpana', 'Moraya' and 'Tukaram', amongst others, maverick filmmaker Ravi Jadhav is known for his midas touch at the box office with hits such as films 'Natrang', 'Balgandharva', ‘Balak Palak’ and ‘Timepass’, amongst others.
The two stalwarts have put their collective industry weight behind debutant director Prakash Kunte and a relatively newer pair of Prarthana Behere and Vaibbhav Tatwawdi. Interesting here is, Prakash’s journey, who having started as a clapper on Uladhal and Raasta Roko, moving on to First AD on Sada Made Teen, Harishchandrachi Factory, Taryanche Bet, to Associate Director on Satrangi Re and C0-Director on Kshanabhar Vishranti before directing with Coffee Aani Barach Kahi.
Commenting on their decision to back Prakash, Sanjay and Ravi said, “The moment we heard this story that Prakash narrated we were absolutely sure we had to back him on this and we are so glad we did. Prakash has made a really beautiful love story that we are all undoubtedly very proud off.”
Presented by White Swan Productions and Ravi Jadhav Films, Coffee Aani Barach Kahi is an unusual yet very relatable love story that film revolves around Jaai (Prathana) for whom romance is all about The Knight in Shining Armour and Kucch Kucch Hota Hein school of romance and love meets Mr. Practical, mind over heart school of romance and love Nishaad (Vaibhav) at work. The story then takes us through a series of twists and turns laced with comedy of errors driven clean humour brining us to the ultimate question of would they eventually get together. Would they manage to surmount all the numerous assumptions and presumptions which are so common and relatable in all our relationships, especially at the time of courtship, to get together? It is a sweet romantic film which will tug your heartstrings in all the right places and leave you with a smile post viewing when you finish seeing it.