Movie Love Today

Review of the Movie Love Today 2022

Review of the Movie Love Today

Love Today Movie Review: Love Today is a film that is relatable and has normal, flawed characters who are trying to become better at their center.

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Pradeep Uthaman to his girlfriend Nikitha whom he believes to be his world. After a couple of cliched romantic sequences between them, we are introduced to Nikitha’s Strict, Orthodox father who brings about a major twist in their love story. He made the couple exchange their phones for a day, promising that he’d get them married if all went well.

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Trouble begins in the story when Pradeep and Nikitha discover some dark secrets about each other. While Pradeep explores Nikitha’s phone in the first half, Nikitha finds out that her boyfriend is worse than she ever imagined in the second. What do you think they will come to terms with despite all the differences and opinions and win back the trust they had in each other?

Love Today is a fun-filled take on modern-day love and how mobile phones can tell who we really are when we are alone. If this story had been a sided affair, it would have been the most toxic screenplay ever written.

In the process, he also conveys how trust can make any relationship a successful one.

Though the film has some exaggerations and flaws, they are forgivable as the film is entertaining for the most part. Pradeep seems to have understood the pulse of his audience and incorporated many fun moments.

As an actor, he has done a wonderful job. Though his screen presence is good, he will need to work a little bit more when it comes to handling emotional sequences. He is just perfect and makes things more interesting. Yuvan Shankar Raja’s background score helps elevate the emotions towards the climax.

Coming to an end overall Love Today is an interesting and entertaining watch and is the perfect outing for the weekend.

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