Bangalore Days is a drama romance movie written and directed by Anjali Menon who had won much acclaim for her debut movie ‘Manjadikuru’ sweeping major awards at the 2008 International Film Festival of Kerala. The project is produced by Anwar Rasheed and Sophia Paul.
The movie’s star cast consists of Dulquer Salmaan, Nivin Pauly, Nazriya Nazim, Fahadh Faasil, Nithya Menen, Parvathi Menon and Isha Talwar. The music of the movie is composed by Gopi Sunder, while cinematography is done by Sameer Thahir. Now, let’s begin our movie review to analyse how well the movie has fared.
Bangalore Days is a story of three cousins, Arjun (Dulquer Salman), Kuttan (Nivin Pauly) and Divya (Nazriya Nazim), who crossover from Kerala to Bangalore. They start their new life with enthusiasm and start exploring the new avenues that have opened up in front of them. However, they also face some challenges and obstacles in their new found life. So, how they adapt and live while fulfilling their dreams is story of Bangalore Days.
Anjali Menon once again shows her tremendous talent and skill as she weaves a beautiful story and presents it on screen with flair and grace. The story of the movie is interesting and engrossing. Menon captures the simple aspirations and tribulations of human life in this sumptuous movie.
Fahadh Faasil, who had a sensational 2013, has his best role of the year so far and the hero is in full form. Nivin continues with his dream run after 1983 and Ohm Shaanthi Oshaana. In the film, he is the funniest of them all. Dulquer is back with a bang after some disappointing outings and looks absolutely stylish.
Among the girls, Nazriya is full of life and Parvathy comes up with another terrific performance. Isha Talwar and Nithya Menen have limited roles to play, but they suit their roles perfectly. The rest of the cast is good as well.
The entire star cast has also complimented director’s effort with great acting performance. Especially, the lead trio of the movie has done a solid job, their expressions and dialogue delivery is top-notch. All in all, Bangalore Days is a delightful movie.