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Bangalore Days begins with an intro from Kuttan (Nivin Pauly) introducing himself and his cousins namely Divya (Nazriya) and Aju (Dulquer) who share a very friendly relationship right from the childhood.They get separated after their schooling but are reunited at Bangalore after the marriage of Divya to Das. The story revolves around how their life turns at Bangalore. Written by
Fahadh Faasil won the Kerala State Award for Best Actor in the year 2013 and Nivin Pauly succeeded him in 2014. Nivin Pauly's successor was Dulquer Salmaan who won the Best Actor title in 2015. Leading ladies Nazriya and Parvathi also won the Kerala State Award for Best Actress in consecutive years, 2014 and 2015 respectively. See more »
Each Maalyalam movie is a different experience, Bangalore Days was no different and a great experience that too!
Bangalore Days opens with a narrative style of Navin Pouli - the story is about 3 cousins and their different temperaments and lives.Though each personality is very different from one other, their bond which is portrayed through an excellent screenplay is what makes the film special. In these days where own families do not support each other when things get tough, this movie portrays how these 3 cousins stay together through thick and thin.
Coming to the characters: Divya/Nazriya - Resilient, sharp witted and independent in the true sense; is exceptional. Her portrayal of how a modern Indian woman is expected to conform is spot on but her free spirit is destined to do much more.
Kutta/Navin - The quintessential small town software engineer, who wants to explore new places, earn money but finally wants a homely girl who will cook for him and serve him.
Arjun/Dilquer - The romeo, the free spirit who doesn't care for rules or perceptions. Extremely impulsive, he does what his heart tells him to do. This character is the glue in the 3 lives, and brings the whole story to life.
Finally, Mr. Das/Fahd - the brooding/depressed/chauvinistic husband who is actually not any of the above but his past has made him who he is today. Well portrayed by Fahd.
The RJ and short appearance by Menon along with all the supporting family members add to the chutzpah of the movie. This movie will make you laugh and cry.
Go watch it, its 3 hours long but you would never look at your watch once and its worth every penny. I give it a 7.5 as some of the sequences could have been more real.
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