Bangalore Naatkal Movie Review: it’s a remake of the Malayalam movie “Bangalore Days”. The movie is written and directed by Anjali Menon. It is narrated by Bobby Simha.
Arya, Bobby Simha and Sri Divya are the three main characters. Rana Daggubati, Parvathy and Raai Laxmi played vital roles in the movie. Music of the movie is delivered by Gopi Sunder.
The story of three cousins who want to enjoy life together in Bangalore. The movie is based in search of friendship and love.
Dissection of The Movie:
Ajju, Kutty and Ammu were cousins. This movie is the story of those three cousins. The movie has motives for chasing dreams, being independent as a woman, loving others and forgiving mistakes.
You will enjoy the scenes between these three cousins and the bond they share with each other.
Arya acted as Ajju, a bike racer who leaves the study and chases his dreams. Arya performed well in the character. He suits the jovial character who also had his own motive in life. Arya nailed it!
Bobby Simha’s character has shades of innocence. He acted as Kutty in the film. He did an awesome job.
Sri Divya suited the Ammu character. She looked pretty good. She has to do some childish acts, where she did really well.
Rana Daggubati acted in Ajit’s Aarambam. This is another Tamil film of Rana. Rana acted as Shiva Prasad. He also did justice to the character.
Parvathy already did the same character in Banglore Days, so it is much easier to accept her. She acted as RJ Sarah Elizabeth, a physically challenged lady. Her acting is unsurprisingly awesome.
Direction, Technical and other departments:
The movie screenplay was good. The way the movie unit showed Bangalore city was amazing. Lighting and editing were also good.
The cinematography was done by KV Guhan. Songs were one of the main reasons to make the feel of the movie. Music was given by Gopi Sunder. Marthand K and Venkatesh edited the movie.
Overall rating of Bangalore Naatkal Movie: 3.5/5