Series Review: Little Things

Series Review: Little Things

Directors: Ajay Bhuyan, Ruchir Arun

Starring: Mithila Palkar, Dhruv Sehgal, Navni Parihar, Rishi Deshpande, Loveleen Mishra, Pawan Chopra

Love is in the air with the netizen’s favourite couple Dhruv and Kavya coming together back on screen for one final take of ‘Little Things’. What began as a cute mini-series on YouTube has cultivated into a four-season not so fairytale-ish yet romantic Netflix show.

In season one, we meet our characters – Delhi boy Dhruv (Sehgal) and ambitious Kavya (Palkar) – get their love story rocketing after sharing a rickshaw as strangers in the city of Mumbai. The little details that sum up your love for someone are what gets the show going, in an attractively realistic manner. After all amour isn’t merely about happy days, is it? The writers navigate through the subtle shades that bring tears, fears and joy.

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From there onwards, we mature with the couple as we enter the season finale. Kavya and Dhruv having faithfully charmed us right from the first episode. Them, on a constant pursuit to find reasons to be together, amidst chaos and calm and learning to embrace each other’s faults.

Almost a year of long-distance on different continents and the protagonists seem to have learned their way through the hurdles. Finland-returned Dhruv reunites with his partner in Kerala only to appear distanced at the beginning. This vacation has only resolved conflicts and brought new perspectives into them, individually and as a pair.

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After years of job struggle and financial burden, Dhruv has finally secured his dream job, now having to lead a research team. Battling his ego wars and handling his delicate relationship with his father has come a long way for this young man. While Kavya turning 30 has added the uncertainty of life element that comes with age – health issues. Turning the attention to familial bonding, we are introduced to the families from both sides. Dads and mums mingling. Are the wedding bells ringing?

‘Little Things’ is a perfect pick with just the right dose of love, longing and lessons.

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