Bangalore Days (2014) - Comedy, Drama, Romance

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Three cousins set out to fulfill their Bangalore dreams.

IMDB: 8.3
Director: Anjali Menon
Stars: Nazriya Nazim, Nivin Pauly
Length: 171 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 1 out of 35 found boring (2.85%)

One-line Reviews (21)

It is a good movie and is definitely worth watching

So as a whole its a very entertaining movie which you never want to miss..

Loved the cousin camaraderie and Bangalore parts, Hated that it turned into a candy-floss, cliché' ridden, Bollywood-ization of Malayalam Cinema.

Nasriya plays the lighthearted girl who gets into an arranged marriage way too early and to someone who doesn't make it easy, played seamlessly well by Fahad, despite the boring/unconvincing character (and that's where we get the half character and story arc).

htmlBangalore Days, a very youthful, vibrant, peppy and entertaining movie by director Anjali Menon.

Anyway, the huge amount of humor and for the charismatic visual extravaganza it is, Bangalore Days is one of the very, very, very few films that are both worth watchable & enjoyable.

Another great aspect of Bangalore days is how the female leads in the movie were not given the ditsy, self-indulgent, shallow personality most female actors in Malayalam films are insulted with.

Stunning Film of Three Cousins and their Three life partners .

Wait till the very end for a mind blowing twist or plot diversion.

Very pleasant & enjoyable ride....

the south Indian music.. its too lively and engaging!

A journey worth watching .

This movie is both a treasure and pleasure worth watching.

The film, according to me, is outstanding and an entertaining family movie.

AAA contemporary actors, well written characters, awe inspiring cinematography, good music a well paced narrative and chuckloads of humour.

It stretches so, especially the Nasriya-Fahad track which is the least convincing and boring.

worth watching again :) .

Anjali Menon fabulously handled her casting and struck the right chord with people who are now looking more for abstract, youth-driven films than boring dramas or idiotic slapstick.

Dulquer's track is predictable till the entry of Parvathy Menon.

The subtle yet stunning moments of warmth sum up the movie.

This film will keep you laughing hysterically while unexpected turns may leave you sad and perplexed.