|Banner||Blue fok Cinema|
|Music Director||Geetha Krishna|
|Playback Singers||Usha, Mallikharjun, Biknik, Balaji, Rajini, Prasanna, Manasi
|Rich businessman||Athul Kulakarni|
|The film starts out with an ambitious village lad Ramakrishna (Shashank) sets out to Hyderabad in search of a job. Hitch-hiking in a lorry along with him is a kid, who bonds pretty well with Ramakrishna and is to stick with him in the city and become an integral part of the plot.
After thoroughly not impressing his prospective employers by his lack of certificates (which was apparently because his family is so poor he never could afford exams despite having studied all the books that had to be studied), Ramakrishna hangs around with a friend Srujana (Biyanka Desai), with whom he becomes friends despite a ridiculously inane "intro fight". Meanwhile, there is a hint of something nasty and mysterious happening in the backdrop, with an evil voice giving instructions to a photographer.
One day, the broke Ramakrishna is walking around an IT park, when a chance meeting with a filthy rich businessman (Atul Kulkarni) leads to his (Ramakrishna's) taking on a strange challenge. One thing leads to another, and before you know it, a crore of rupees and an evil terrorist plot are involved.
For a flick that does a good job of building up some tension pre-interval, Coffee Bar soon disappoints with its glaring loopholes and some ridiculous twists.