Actors Arya, Rana Daggubati and Sri Divya will start regular shooting of PVP Cinemas' Tamil remake of the hit Malayalam movie "Bangalore Days" from April. The event was launched in Chennai on 18 March.
PVP Cinemas recently bought the remake rights of both Tamil and Telugu versions of "Bangalore Days". Reports suggest that both versions will have different cast and crew. The production house held a grand opening ceremony for the Tamil version, which was attended by many Kollywood celebrities.
The Tamil remake of "Bangalore Days", which happens to be the 11th production of PVP Cinemas, features Arya, Bobby Simha, Rana Daggubati, Sri Divya, Parvathi and Raai Laxmi in the lead roles. Bhaskar, who is directing the movie, has reportedly made few changes in the script to cater to Tamil movie buffs. He has also roped in Gopi Sundar to compose music for the film.
Besides posting the photo of the launch on the official Twitter account of PVP Cinemas, the bosses confirmed its shooting, cast and crew details in their tweet: "We had launched our 11th venture starring Arya, Bobby Simha, Rana, Sridivya, Parvathi, and Raai Laxmi in lead roles!!"
They added: "This movie is the Tamil remake of Malayalam blockbuster #BangaloreDays and the shooting will begin the first week of April.. The movie would be shot in exotic locales in Bangalore, Kasi and Pune. Directed by Baskaran. Music by Gopi Sundar , K V Guhan is the DOP."
Written and directed by Anjali Menon, Malayalam film "Bangalore Days" revolves around the story of three cousins from Kerala, who move to Bangalore. The movie is about family relationships and portrays the intimacy, love and care among the cousins. Nazriya Nazim, Nivin Pauly, Dulquer Salmaan, Fahadh Faasil, Isha Talwar, Parvathy Menon and Nithya Menen have played the lead roles.
Released on 30 May, 2014, "Bangalore Days" received positive reviews from critics and viewers. It was a blockbuster success, with box office collections crossing ₹50 crore.
Its remake rights for Tamil, Telugu and Hindi were jointly acquired by Dil Raju and PVP Cinemas. Its Telugu version will reportedly be directed by "Oh My Friend" fame Venu Sreeram.