Bumpy at times but lands safely
The Morning Standard|October 17, 2021
IT has been five years since Little Things first came out on YouTube and ever since then, its two leads, Dhruv and Kavya, have been giving relationship goals to Indian millennials. Times have changed, and so has the streaming platform. Having moved past their honeymoon phase, Dhruv and Kavya are now encountering real-world problems.
VIGNESH MADHU

IT has been five years since Little Things first came out on YouTube and ever since then, its two leads, Dhruv and Kavya, have been giving relationship goals to Indian millennials. Times have changed, and so has the streaming platform. Having moved past their honeymoon phase, Dhruv and Kavya are now encountering real-world problems.

The fourth season begins with the couple meeting after 14 months. It is interesting that the meeting location is neither Mumbai nor Nagpur. It is Kerala, and the first three episodes feel more like a State-sponsored tourism ad.

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