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3.50

A 'not to miss' college nostalgia tale

The film does fall under the category of some of the other films like Premam, Autograph and Kirik Party but has its own uniqueness in most aspects. In fact, it may even have a lot more relatable factors for those who studied at an Engineering college within Chennai. The USP though, being the secret ...(more)

Source: Akash, MovieCrow

3.50

A flavourful thali of campus days and the life after

This is the sort of movie one would take home with a smile on the face, silly campus memories and may be, a song on the lips, if you don�t care much about character evolutions. (more)

Source: Deepa Soman, Times Of India

3.00

Hridayam is a feel-good coming-of-age movie that will transport you to your college days.

Hridayam is a refreshing movie, one that will make you nostalgic for your college days and maybe even make you fall in love with Chennai. And in the process pull you into its world and away from reality throughout its runtime.(more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board, Behindwoods.com

3.00

Might not stir your soul, but will keep you entertained

Hridayam might not stir your soul, but Vineeth has delivered enough to keep you entertained, which is no mean task when you have a runtime close to three hours. (more)

Source: S. R Praveen, The Hindu

3.50

A marvelously structured memory piece on soul searching

Hridayam is a gigantic, ambitious puzzle of a narrative, built confidently around a certain time in a person's life that informs the type of person that you turn out to be in the future. The screenplay is infused with fifteen songs yet the interlacing works for the nature of the story, a character ...(more)

Source: Pinkvilla, Pinkvilla

3.00

Is An All-Heart, All-Soul Epic About Growing Up And Moving On

Vineeth does something clever here by finding interesting ways to bring back the seeds he'd planted early on. Some of them don't work at all like when an old enemy is brought back for a quick gag. But when they do, like when Arun's tempted to tell a lie, we get to see how he�s grown up without it se...(more)

Source: Vishal Menon, Filmcompanion.in