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Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee (2022) full Movie Download in Dual Audio 720p: ‘Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee’ tries to ride the nostalgia wave but director Siva makes this Tamil film a lifeless experience for the audience.

The excitement and dread of watching A-rated and pornographic material behind closed doors is one of the most relatable memories for millennials.

Thiagarajan Kumararaja wrote a hilarious scene in ‘Super Deluxe’ (2019) to express this idea. Darbuka Shiva, in contrast, shoots a similar scene with zero creativity. This is the biggest problem of the film.

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Movie Name: Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee
Directed By: Darbuka Siva
Release Date: 21 January 2022
Size: 400 Mb

It is as if the director made a list of the elements that defined the 90s and felt compelled to show everything, forgetting to make memorable moments out of them.

The reason for their break-up exposes lazy writing, as opposed to how Gautam Menon convincingly shows the same problem in ‘Nee Thane En Ponvasantham’ (2012).

The farewell party plays out dully when compared to the terrific Rockaankuthu sequence in ‘Premam’ (2015). The film is too simplistic.

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Several years later, the friends meet in reunion and Darbuka Siva tries to show the realities of adults in an unbelievably long and boring sequence.

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This is where the film had to burst with energy. The coming-of-age films are out there in plenty. The above-mentioned films have set the bar very high. A comparison with them is inevitable.

Kishen Das’s sincere performance is the only consolation. Watch it if childhood nostalgia is your favourite genre but keep your expectations in check.

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The end-product does have a messy feel to it. For those sold on a cogent structure, there are two social gathering—a passing-out farewell party at school and a long but richly reflective and revealing old students’ reunion at the end—which book-mark the proceedings.

The song that Vinoth sings for his lost love at the reunion is so beautifully composed and positioned in the plot, that not for a second do we feel manipulated into a collective meltdown.

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Oh yes, there is also Cupid in the film, played as a Woody Allen-ish romantic worrier by the director himself. Cupid is called in to mend Vinoth’s broken heart. But the belated attempt for a happy ending is most welcome.

MNMN gives us a fresh-faced dewy-eyed rose-tinted look at life and love at an age when nothing else matters. Frozen in time.

This is an exhilarating liberating joyride into a past when Archies cards expressed love far better than the movies. This is a thoughtful winsome cinematic ode to an era of corny courtships.

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“How quickly the years seem to have passed.” This line invariably makes its way into coming-of-age dramas. In Darbuka Siva’s Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee, this line gets said as a passing comment, and yet, with the potency to make you well up.

It helps that till then, we are transported back to a simpler time by this film that captures the simple, forgotten details that lead into the chaos of adulthood.

Darbuka Siva transports us to a world in which we all feel like high-school students. When Rahman music was heard over a shared walkman set. When adult films were watched secretively with friends.

When a simple ‘vaapas’ absolved you from all mistakes. The film is set in 1997, and talks of the new batch of 11th-grade students from St Martin’s Matriculation Higher Secondary School, who are all still reeling from the vacation hangover.

We are first introduced to Vinoth (Kishen Das), Chinese (Harish Kumar), Durai (Sharan Kumar) and Surendhar (Goutham Raj), as they eagerly check the new admissions list to ‘reserve’ girls.

We get simple, cheesy one-liners about physical appearances, but this too is an attempt to capture what passes for humour in the 11th grade. When this gets problematised, Chinese wonders how else a person could be dissed. It’s a line that spells innocence.