In Dangal director Nitesh Tiwari’s new film Chhichhore, nostalgia is the sauce that brings flavour to a fairly straightforward story. A bunch of friends in their forties reunite some 20 years after they passed out of engineering college to help their own in the time of crisis. But from its very opening scene in which a student, seeking a break from his books late at night, sets off a full-blown ‘water war’ in the hostel, you’re transported to the wonder years of these friends as they look back fondly at their best times. The film is all about its characters, frankly, and the hoops they’re made to jump. In them you’ll likely find traces and memories of your own youth. I’m going with three-and-a-half out of five for Chhichhore; it’s good, harmless fun. I had a big smile plastered on my face throughout, and I think you will too.