- Actors: Dulquer Salmaan, Nazriya Nazim, Fahadh Faasil
- Directors: Anjali Menon
- Language: Malayalam
- Subtitles: English
- Region: Region 5 (Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: U (Universal)
- Studio: Movie Channel
- Product Release Date: 28 Aug 2014
- Run Time: 172 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 108 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00N53B35K
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,034 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
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The 2 stars is for the video quality. It is good, but a little soft when compared to any other blu-ray out there. Having shot the movie on a RED epic I expected a much better transfer to blu-ray.
Updated: I had a replacement ordered, and the sound is now perfectly fine across the entire movie. Also, outstanding customer service from the seller Aum Entertainment. 5 Stars for the seller, and 4 stars for the Blu-Ray.
Three cousins land up at Bangalore and experience love, joy, heartbreak and redemption while living their well entangled lives in the city. Newly wed Divya (Nazriya Nazim) has to win her hubby’s (Faahad Faasil) heart though he is supposedly still in love with his old flame. Drifter Arjun (Dulqer Salman), an Army Officer’s estranged son finds his calling among cars and bike racing, his attitude changes when he meets a paraplegic RJ called Sarah (Parvathi Menon) who holds a viewpoint towards life way different from his own. Kuttan (Nivin Pauly) who works for an IT company would prefer a traditional Keralite girl possessing deep rooted family values and ends up finding just the opposite after a brief affair which ends in disaster (atleast for him). Kuttan’s mother’s façade about leaving the rustic village with an intention to enjoy the charms of city life provides some comic relief though I found it to be more annoying than amusing since it didn’t gel with the theme of the movie.
All the three lead actors do justice to their roles and you would root for each one of them. Nazriya is a natural actress and her efforts to heal the old emotional wounds of her hubby raises the bar of this movie. I found Dulquer and Parvathi’s friendship cum romance to be a deep-rooted object lesson in “finding someone who completes you”. The lovely and melodious song “Ethu Kari Raavilum” sums up the whole essence of the movie in a few stanzas.
All in all, Bangalore Days is a feel-good movie with its base firmly rooted in themes of true friendship and pure love, the values, which on a personal level, I hold and cherish the most. As I mentioned at the beginning, for the moment, let me just pack my bags and move to the city of dreams called Bangalore!!!
P.S – I don’t understand a word of Malayalam (except the customary 1 to 10 counting). I watched this movie with subtitles. It may sound crazy but the song “Ethu Kari Raavilum” prompted made me to buy this DVD on Amazon!!!
Directed by Anjali Menon
Produced by Anwar Rasheed
Written by Anjali Menon
Starring Nazriya Nazim
Narrated by Nivin Pauly
Music by Gopi Sunder
Cinematography Sameer Thahir
Edited by Praveen Prabhakar
Anwar Rasheed Entertainment
Distributed by A & A Release Through
August Cinema & Tricolor Entertainments
30 May 2014
Budget 9 crore (US$1.3 million)
Box office 50 crore (US$7.4 million)
Bangalore Days is a 2014 Indian Malayalam-language romantic-comedy drama film written and directed by Anjali Menon, and co-produced by Anwar Rasheed and Sophia Paul under the banner Anwar Rasheed Entertainment and Weekend Blockbusters. The film features an ensemble cast consisting of Nazriya Nazim, Nivin Pauly, Dulquer Salmaan, Fahadh Faasil, Isha Talwar, Parvathy and Nithya Menen in pivotal roles.
The plot revolves around three cousins from Kerala who move to Bangalore, continuing Menon's trend of films about family relationships. The film received positive reviews from critics and collected 8.5 crore (US$1.3 million) in its first week. Its final gross collection was about 49.5 crore (US$7.4 million), making it one of the highest grossing films in Malayalam. The remake rights of the film, for Tamil, Telugu and Hindi languages, was jointly acquired by Dil Raju and PVP Cinemas.
The film received three Kerala State Film Awards including Best Actor and Best Actress awards for Nivin Pauly and Nazriya Nazim respectively, and Best Screenplay for Anjali Menon. The film was later remade in Tamil as Bangalore Naatkal (2016), directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar.
The story revolves around three cousins Divya 'Kunju' Prakash (Nazriya Nazim), Krishnan 'Kuttan' P.P. (Nivin Pauly) and Arjun 'Aju' (Dulquer Salmaan) who share a close bond since their childhood. Kuttan is a software engineer whose heart and soul is back home in his village. Arjun, whose parents are divorced, is a bike mechanic who lives his life on his own terms. Divya had completed her graduation and aspired to do her Master of Business Administration from Indian Institutes of Management but is compelled to get married to workaholic corporate executive Shivadas 'Das' (Fahadh Faasil) because of her parents astrologer's suggestions. After their wedding, Divya moves to Bangalore as Das is settled there. Kuttan does the same for his job while Arjun joins a biker gang as a mechanic in the same city. Divya feels emotionally alone as her husband Das continues to ignore her. Her only solace is the time she gets to spend with her cousins Aju and Kuttan. Naive Kuttan, who wanted a traditional, modest, saree-clad girl for a wife, falls in love with an air hostess called Meenakshi (Isha Talwar) on the Bangalore to Kochi flight. They date and Kuttan changes from a reserved and shy person to a trendy person to impress her. But his dreams are shattered when her ex-boyfriend arrives at her flat and he realizes that she was only trying to get back with him. He breaks off his relationship with her. Divya and Das's personal life keeps falling into despair and after an argument. One day, divya upon inspecting a room in their apartment that Das never lets anyone enter, is shocked to find it filled with photos, knick knacks and possessions of a strange girl (Nithya Menon). In thought of not having a place in Das's heart and life, she leaves Das and returns back home to Kerala in sorrow, with kuttan. There they are still pulled into despair as kuttan's father has abandoned his rich family and gone for a permanent pilgrimage, willing all his wealth and its rights to Kuttan and his sister. Kuttan and his mother convince divya to return to bangalore. Kuttan also brings his mom to bangalore. Arjun was a bike racer but due to a foul incident, he is forced to serve a one year ban from racing. He falls for a radio jockey named Sarah (Parvathy) but when he finally meets her in person, he finds that she is a paraplegic. He starts to like her attitude and starts to follow her. They became good friends but Arjun is saddened when he learns that Sarah is to leave for Australia on a university scholarship. Meanwhile as Divya and Das were in a middle of getting a divorce. Arjun learns that a few years back, Das was an ex-bike racer. He then went by the name Shiva and is a leader of his biker gang. Shiva had given up on racing after he was involved in an accident that killed his love Natasha Francis (Nithya Menon). Upon knowing what happen, Divya decides to return to Bangalore and takes up her MBA. She gradually win over by a repentant Das and arranges for him to meet Natasha's parents. After the meeting, Das is able to let go of his past. Divya forgives him and they get their marital life on track. Kuttan's mom gets to know about the urban indian culture much with her neighbours and after 3 months decides to visit her daughter in Oklahoma, USA. In the airport, kuttan and his mom see meenakshi, who will be an air hostess in kuttan's mom's flight to London. Meenakshi approaches kuttan and reveals that her relationship with the old boy friend has broken permanently and she will be waiting for his call. Just seconds after that, kuttan goes by and talks with her. Though what he talks is not revealed, it is clear that he replied in negative and he tells his mom to go to the flight. Arjun gets a chance to race on the same day that Sarah has to leave for Australia. With Divya, Kuttan, and Das cheering for him, he wins the race. After the race, Arjun realizes, how much important Sarah is to him and by meeting her changed his life. He asks her not to leave to Australia. Sarah forgoes her scholarship to stay with him in Bangalore. In the end, Kuttan gets married to his neighbour in Bangalore, a foreigner named Michelle (Paris Laxmi), an European Bharathanatyam dancer. Who has embraced the culture of Kerala. The film ends with Divya, Das, Arjun, and Sarah breaking into their room and all of them posing for a photo.
Nazriya Nazim as Divya 'Kunju' Prakash Nivin Pauly as Krishnan 'Kuttan' P.P. Dulquer Salmaan as Arjun 'Aju' Fahadh Faasil as Shivadas 'Das' & 'Shiva' Isha Talwar as Meenakshi Parvathy as RJ Sarah Nithya Menon as Natasha Francis Paris Laxmi as Michelle, Kuttan's wife Maniyanpilla Raju as Prakash, Divya's father Praveena as Shobha, Divya's mother Vijayaraghavan as Kuttan's father Kalpana as Kuttan's mother Prathap Pothen as Francis, Natasha's father Vinaya Prasad as Mrs Francis, Natasha's mother Rekha as Sarah's mother Sijoy Varghese as Coach Zechriah Vivas as Divya's brother Thrissur Balan as Das's father Bindu as Das's mother Mridula as Das's sister Krishna Prasad as Kuttan's uncle Shishira as Rhea, Sarah's cousin Sajid Yahiya as Saami, member of Storm Riderz
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