Joshua gets a call from his family and it's a sad news. After finishing the work, he immediately heads towards home to see his loved one for the last time.
'This is not a love story but a story about love'. Like her previous movies, Anjali Menon shows little things also matters in the story which always gave me a good feeling. The thing that haunts me throughout the story was we will cry if something terrible happens to our loved ones, But some people hold that tears for a long time and at some point of their life they will break down which is obvious. The reason why I am telling is koode reminds me of that situation. The combo of Prithvi and Nazriya works perfectly fine from the moment Nazriya appears in the big screen. Finally, a good performance from Prithvi after a long time and it's not even comparable with Ayalum Njanum Thammil which is whole another territory to even compare. Nazriya shows the same energy that she had in her last films. Overall, it's a self-discovery of yourself if you like Joshua's character and I accepted this movie as a revenge story of Jenny or proving to Joshua she is worthy of tears.
Verdict : Good
Prithviraj Sukumaran, Nazriya Nazim, and Parvathy