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itical reception Coffee with D received mixed reviews from critics. BookMyShow wrote in its review "Sunil Grover, who is otherwise known for his acts in popular TV shows, makes it rather unsettling for the audience to see him play a role this serious initially. He, however, does not disappoint for most part of the film. Zakir Hussain, too, delivers a mindblowing performance as D. It is Pankaj Tripathi who plays D's right-hand man that steals the show with his spot-on comic timing, making us wish we saw more of him." Bollywood Life rated the film 2.5/5, writing "Honestly, I went to watch the movie expecting to kill myself by the end of it. But it wasn’t as bad as I expected it to be. I had high hopes from Sunil Grover and he lived up to it for most part of the film." Subhash K. Jha also rated the film 2.5/5, writing "Coffee With D is like an unfinished unpolished version of what could have been a rollicking run-in into a ruminative session between Indian’s biggest fugitive and loudest journalist. If only it had been allowed more leg-space to lunge in the lap of the ludicrous." The Times of India rated it 2/5, writing "To make a satire on Dawood Ibrahim is a brave effort, no doubt. But is it a successful effort? Barely." rated the film 1.75/5, writing "Apart from the obviously incorrect caricature of the bombastic demeanour of India's most renown media personality, CWD's version of D lacks substance and depth. Although Zakir Hussain's emoting is satisfying, the character development isn't layered enough. Little research seems to have gone into the person. If you are going to ask some "tough" questions of and decode a hated don in the hit list of nearly 10 nations, the scripting and the emoting need to be up to the challenge. Instead, director Vishal Mishra shows how he isn't interested in judging D and how he hates to offend the gang and the nation." Koimoi rated the film 1.5/5, and wrote "Coffee With D is strictly avoidable. Don’t waste your money on this one!" Rohit Vats from Hindustan Times rated it 1.5/5, writing "A caricatured D and his antics, coupled with bad sound designing, make Coffee With D end nowhere close to a fun film it could have been." Financial Express rated it 1.5/5, and wrote "Spend your money on some cappuccino instead and save your brain cells." also rated it 1.5/5, writing "Coffee With D does not have a bad plot but it could do with a better on-screen trans