Netflix’s Little Things Season 4 Review: Goodbye Sweethearts

Little Things Season 4, starring Dhruv Sehgal and Mithila Palkar, is now out on Netflix. Created by Dhruv, the fourth and final season has 8 episodes of 25-30 minutes each. Started in 2016, it’s time to say goodbye to our beloved Kavya and Dhruv, who made us fall in love with love. Is the last season good enough to win hearts again? Read our full review below.

The synopsis for the fourth season reads – Little things, Big emotions. Is it really time to say goodbye? Join Dhruv & Kavya on their final journey.

Little Things Season 4 Review Contains Mild Spoilers

In the latest season, Kavya visits Dhruv in Kerala, and together they have a good time. However, a lot has changed in their lives after the long-distance relationship. Along with their relationship, there’s individual and career change too. Everyone’s favourite Biryani and Momo monster have a lot to discuss – their relationship, their changing behaviours, careers, their family and marriage.

Travel enthusiasts will like the first two episodes of Little Things Season 4 on Netflix. The pair steals some lovely moments amid the scenic splendour of Kerala while also having some tensions and discussions. Well, that’s how most trips happen, even with friends. You smile and relish in the wonderful times at the end of the day. I really enjoyed the first two episodes, and I’m going to start planning my vacation to Kerala right away!

The series takes a dramatic turn for Kavu-Dhruv starting with episode 3. Although I understand that problems do not occur with prior warning, there is a lot of conversation between the characters. These confusing discussions hamper the narrative flow. The series would have finished after 5 episodes with a solid screenplay, if it hadn’t been for these talks between them. Some were needed, some could’ve been edited a bit.

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Given that this is the final season, I wish the writers had given viewers more romantic moments. Thankfully, they make up for it in the last episode, which will make you smile. However, the normalcy of their lives was missing in episodes 3-7. Dice Media’s Little Thing started off as a feel-good, modern couple show in a live-in relationship. The series explored several stages of a healthy relationship. But third and fourth seasons got very serious. Som not everyone can find themselves interested in their multiple conflicts.

Little Things Season 4 Review: Final Thoughts

So, is Little Things’ final season worth watching? Yes, it is! M Mithila Palkar and Dhruv Sehgal have natural chemistry and charisma that makes you fall in love with them right away. Their conversation about marriage and divorce was the best part. It’s a crucial discussion, whether it’s a love marriage or arranged marriage. The music used perfectly complements the scenes on the screen. The show’s ending could not have been more wonderful.

The series is now streaming on Netflix.

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Little Things Season 4 Review: Dhruv Sehgal and Mithila Palkar are back to make us fall in love with love for the last time.

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