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Sweet Kaaram Coffee

Season : 1Episode : 8Release Date : 06/07/2023


"Sweet Kaaram Coffee" is a series that sheds light on the challenges women face in a stereotypical male-dominated society.

Rating - 3.5 / 5

Sweet Karam Coffee Discovering Personal Growth And Breaking Barriers

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, July 7, 2023 ]

"Sweet Karam Coffee"  : Discovering Personal Growth and Breaking Barriers

"Sweet Karam Coffee" is a captivating Tamil series available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video. It takes viewers on a journey alongside three remarkable women from different generations who are seeking to understand the true meaning of "freedom" within the constraints of their lives. This series dares to challenge societal norms by depicting women who strive for personal fulfillment thus offering viewers a refreshing and thought provoking perspective. 

The series explores an array of themes, Including non judgment,Beauty standards, and the pursuit of unexpected adventures. It goes beyond mere female empowerment. Shedding light on the ever changing desires and aspirations of young individuals and women alike. The result is a dynamic world that is brimming with possibilities. 

The storyline revolves around Sundari Chandrasekar, who resides in Chennai, her daughter in law Kaveri Rajaratnam and her granddaughter Nivedhitha. These three women embark on a transformative road trip to Goa in search of solace and self discovery. 

As they travel together,Kaveri undergoes a metamorphosis that sees her shed her passive nature and step into her authenticity. Initially uncertain about these changes, Kaveri's husband questions their future together. However, Kaveri confidently assures him that everything will remain the same except for her personal growth. 

Nivedhitha finds herself torn between pursuing her passion for cricket and maintaining her relationship with her boyfriend. A dilemma arises when he doesn’t believe in her talents and lies to his parents about her career. This deeply affects Nivedhitha as honesty holds great importance to her within relationships. However an unexpected encounter with a charismatic doctor biker opens up new perspectives for her. Along the way she develops greater admiration for her mothers' hidden talents and seeks guidance from Sundari. 

Sundari herself is portrayed as a fearless and adventurous grandmother who grapples with decisions she made in the past while serving as a wife and mother.Following her husbands' passing, She yearns to recapture a brief period of freedom she experienced long ago. 

Throughout the trip, Sundari tenaciously pursues a connection with someone from her past. Unraveling a mystery that is only revealed in the end. Sundari serves as a catalyst. Driving her daughter in law to challenge societal norms and question her own beliefs. Lakshmi’s performance brings depth to Sundari’s character through her customary finesse. 

"Sweet Karam Coffee" presents viewers with an idyllic world that seamlessly combines picturesque scenery with relatable complexities of everyday life. The series stands out due to its well rounded characters and compelling storyline that elicits both warmth and occasionally tugs at heartstrings despite leaning on clichés or dramatic moments. 

Reshma Ghatala leads the writing team behind 'Sweet Kaaram Coffee' working alongside co director Swati Raghuraaman in creating this series. Thought provoking one liners are peppered throughout dialogues which work well in most of the moments but feel forced at times. The background score really scored at an emotional level. Although there may be moments where the plot wanders off track, it finds its way back to the main plot.

"Sweet Kaaram Coffee" is a series that sheds light on the challenges women face in a stereotypical male-dominated society. It explores the sacrifices they make to navigate this world and the struggles they endure to survive. 

Verdict: A journey about self discovery and redefining boundaries


Cast: Lakshmi, Madhoo, Santhy, Vamsi Krishna, Kavin Jay Babu, Bala Suresh, Dev, Ayesha Giulia Kapur, Alexx O' Nell, Sampa Mandal, Sriranjini Prabhu, Nrithyunjay Ramu, Samyuktha Vishwanathan, Sameer Malhotra, Athul Prabhakaran, Vivek Rajagopal

Director: Krishna Marimuthu, Bejoy Nambiar, Swathi Raghuraaman

Writer: Raghuraaman,Krishna Marimuthu,Bejoy Nambiar

Music: Govind Vasantha

Cinematography: Krish Makhija, Krishnan Vasant, Viraj Singh, Remy Dalai, Siddharth Srinivasan

Producer: Reshma Ghatala, Syed Zaid Ali, Zohaib Ali

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