The first look poster of Dulquer Salmaan-Nithya Menen starrer "100 Days of Love" has been released. Directed by Jenuse Muhammed, he film is touted as a metro-centric romcom entertainer with some breezy moments. The story of the film is based in Bangalore and revolves around the events happening in a period of 100 days.
The poster design has stuck to the warm colour of yellow and its variants. It reflects the mood and tone of the film, which echoes romance in it.
Dulquer plays the main character of a feature writer in a leading national daily. His life takes a turn when he meets a mysterious girl (played by Nithya) and what follows is a series of hilarious, charming tale of romance.
Meanhwile, sources close to Dulquer Salmaan says that the teaser of the movie will be released on 14 February, Valentines Day and the movie will hit theatres by March.
Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menen have last appeared together in Anjali Menon's blockbuster, "Bangalore Days" (2014), but did not have any combination scenes.
They previously appeared as a pair in "Usthad Hotel" (2012), directed by Anwar Rasheed and scripted by Anjali Menon. The film was well-received by critics as well as audience. It opened breaking all the records made in the Malayalam industry till then. The film ran in theatres for more than 100 days and became the highest grossing film of the year.
"100 Days of Love" too has had its share of rumours and speculations around it. The film its due in gossip columns when rumours were doing the rounds that the makers of the movie were planning to re-shoot the film as the story of the movie bears similarities to Vineeth Sreenivasan starrer "Ormayundo Ee Mugham", which was later proved wrong.
There were also rumours that the film had surpassed its budget and that the shooting of the movie was stalled. However, all the rumours surrounding it was later cleared by the director and the actor.
The music of the film is composed by Govind Menon of "Thaikkudam Bridge" fame and lyrics are written by Rafeeq Ahmed, Santhosh Varma and Vibin Ram. The cinematography is handled by Prajeesh Varma, who has cranked the camera for "1983", "Ezhu Sundhara Rathrikal", "Kili Poyi" and "Manglish."
"100 Days of Love" is produced by K Vijayakumar under the banner of Aishwarya Sneha Movies.