Malayalam film "Bangalore Days" is making waves with its box office collection. The film, directed by Anjali Menon, stars Dulquer Salman, Nivin Pauly, Nazriya Nazim, Fahadh Faasil, Isha Talwar, Parvathi Menon and Nithya Menen in pivotal roles.
The multi starrer film is made with a budget of ₹8.5 crore and according to online portal Box office Capsule, the film has collected ₹21.10 crore by the 12th day of its release in theatres. "Bangalore Days" is making history in the Malayalam film industry with its record collections.
The film which released on 30 May is expected to cross the collection of Mohanlal starrer "Drishyam," which stands close to ₹50 crore.
The film was released in more than 200 screens across India and is now screening with English subtitles.
"If u liked Bangalore Days do bring non-Malayali friends along now! All screens outside Kerala carrying subtitles from today! :-) RT away!" tweeted director Anjali urging wide range of viewers and cine goers to watch the multi starrer. It has now received pan India attention and is expected to break all theatre record ever by any Malayalam film. With its huge release with subtitles, the film have opened new markets for Malayalam film industry.
The film, a romantic comedy entertainer, has received an overwhelming response from the audience and critics alike. Anjali has managed to get youth as well as family crowd to the theatres for her fun-filled entertainer.
Like her other films, "Bangalore Days" also deals with relationships and family bonds. The film is about friendship and is handled with lots of peppiness and freshness.
The film revolves around three cousins, Arjun (Dulquer Salman), Kuttan (Nivin Pauly) and Divya (Nazriya Nazim) who move to Bangalore to define their future. Arjun is a bike mechanic, Kuttan is a software engineer and Divya gets married to workaholic Das played by Fahadh Faasil. The film is all about dreams and aspirations of these three cousins and what happens to them during their life in Bangalore.
The characters of Isha Talwar, Nithya Menen and Parvathy Menon are also blended well with the story line. The crisp and funny dialogues of the film are already creating roars of laughter in theatres.
With "Bangalore Days," Anjali is setting her foot strong in mainstream cinema as a hit movie maker. The music of the film, composed by Gopi Sunder, is already a hit. Cinematography is done by Sameer Thahir and the film is produced by Anwar Rasheed and Sophia Paul.
Industry insiders are keeping track of the youthful entertainer to see how it performs after Mohanlal's "Koothara" hits the screens this weekend.