Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee

Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee ★★★½

A refreshing slice of life drama, that’s beautifully written with lovable characters and loaded with hearty feel good moments. The first half takes you on a breezy nostalgic journey into the 90s that’s so relatable and delightful, capturing the little nuances, banters, friendship, fun, love and heartbreaks surrounding the school life relationships, in an innocent yet sensible manner, leaving you with a warm smile.

The second half jumps into the reunion mode and starts in a bumpy way, but smartly ties its knots up and ends on a satisfying note in the final 45 minutes. Darbuka Siva’s cameo was surprising, with an entertaining fantasy twist. His mesmerizing music drives and enhances the narrative emotions beautifully. Kishen Das and the entire young cast is perfectly apt, delivering heartwarming performances, with Chinese played by Harish being my most favorite. Beyond the letdowns, its watchable for its simple, sweet and charming experience.