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Movie : Bangalore Naatkal
Directed by : Bommarillu Bhaskar
Produced by : Prasad V. Potluri
Written by : Anjali Menon
Cast : Arya, Sri Divya, Bobby Simha
Music by : Gopi Sunder
Release dates : 5 February 2016

Bangalore Naatkal serves up the purpose as the film offer fun and excitement. A colourful and youthful film strictly for the youth of current generation and is a sort of mini twenty twenty with the young brigade of Kollywood joining together, Bangalore Naatkal does not disappoint you.

For Bommarillu Bhaskar, the director of the film, coming back after the films Bommarillu, Parugu, Orange and Ongole Githa as a director, Bangalore Naatkal is an icing on the cake and trying out a different genre compared to her previous two films deserves praise.

The film is a official remake of the 2014 Malayalamfilm Bangalore Days written and directed by Anjali Menon. Featuring an ensemble cast consisting of Arya, Sri Divya and Bobby Simha in the lead roles, it also has Rana Daggubati, Samantha, Parvathy and Raai Laxmi, in other major roles.

About the movie, it is a fun film about dreams, relationships and friendship. But the running time close to three hours is a small negative factor going against the movie just like majority of long duration films going lag, the same applies to Bangalore Naatkal as well. A twenty minutes trimming would have been ideal to make the film look more crisp so that the small lag factor in the second half would have been avoided.

Divya Raghavan, a casual girl ( Sri Divya), Arjun, adventurous and daring (Arya) and Kannan, traditional but fun loving (Bobby Simha) are cousins and more like friends from their childhood and BN show how their relationship transform over the passage of time and also how the relationship shapes up with newer persons getting connected with their lives.

The film is a highly watchable one, thanks to Anjali Menon’s script along with it add K. V. Guhan’s camera work and Gopisundar’s music & BGM.

Arya, Sri Divya, Bobby Simha and Rana Daggubati performed their roles with lot of conviction and among them its Bobby Simha who scores the maximum points. That doesn’t mean the others are bad, its just my view if we compare the four. Parvathy Menon impressed as Saira and for me the romantic development and culmination of Arjun’s relationship with Saira was the favourite one.

Prakash Raj, Saranya Ponvannan, M. S. Bhaskar, Rekha, Pattimandram Raja and Sriranjini did their supporting acts well while Samantha appeared in a cameo.

As said earlier, the camera work of K. V. Guhan helped the frames to look vibrant. Though the film is not a musical, Gopi Sundar as usual impressed with the songs and background score.

Movie : Bangalore Naatkal Directed by : Bommarillu Bhaskar Produced by : Prasad V. Potluri Written by : Anjali Menon Cast : Arya, Sri Divya, Bobby Simha Music by : Gopi Sunder Release dates : 5 February 2016 Bangalore Naatkal serves up the purpose as the film offer fun and excitement. A colourful and youthful film strictly for the youth of current generation and is a sort of mini twenty twenty with the young brigade of Kollywood joining together, Bangalore Naatkal does not disappoint you. For Bommarillu Bhaskar, the director of the film, coming back after the films Bommarillu, Parugu, Orange and…

Bangalore Naatkal Movie Review – Arya, Sri Divya, Bobby Simha

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