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Feel-good entertainer

Mili (Amala Paul) is an insecure, lonely girl who has a lot of issues as she lacks confidence, right from her schooldays. The sad state of affairs at home and the hatred shown by her roommates at a hostel doesn't help things much. Mili works as an inspirational movie and portrays the coming of age o...(more)

Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com


A simple and familiar tale well executed

The expectations from the Rajeesh Pillai stable have been quite high, after the thrilling �Traffic�. But �Mili� is an entirely different offering. Its simplicity and realism is laudable though some may find it slow and much too uncinematic in terms of the usual loud and thrilling sequences.(more)

Source: IndiaGlitz , IndiaGlitz.com


Mili reserves its best for the climax, which makes you applaud for the mere thought that took shape as this touching, simple film. It's a delightful watch for families, a must for parents.

A 'plain Jane turns cool' tale is given a facelift and unfolds as Mili. Rajesh Pillai's film is a sincere attempt to lay bare the plight of many browbeaten youngsters in this 'be-a-topper-or-live-pointless' era. They evolve as spiritless adults weighed down by expectations, while all they simply ne...(more)

Source: Deepa Soman, Times Of India