The first song of "100 Days of Love', which begins with the words "Hridayathin Dhalamayi" featuring Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menen has been released. Themed on the concept of "old school returns", debutant director Jenuse Muhamed takes the audience to the good old romantic songs of cinema with its visuals.
The visual of the song in black and white is matched well with the thematic music composed by "Thaikkudam Bridge" fame Govind. The song, which begins as a dedication to the epic romantic song scene of "Pyar Hua Iqrar Hua" starring Raj Kapoor and Nargis Dutt from the movie "Shree 420", asserts again that the movie is going to be a romantic tale.
The visuals that go from rain, autumn, sunny evening, misty morning to snowy nights add charm to the cinematographic feel of the song.
Cinematography by Pratheesh Varma and the elegant and the colonial setting blends well with the melodious voices of Vijay Yesudas and Mridula Warrier. With nostalgic and simple frames, the director has caught the imagination of all romantic film lovers.
Talking about the lead actors of the movie Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menen, they have proved it again that they are the best young onscreen pair with their sizzling chemistry. Their screen presence adds magic to the whole feel of the song.
"100 Days of Love" as per the latest reports is scheduled to hit screens on 20 March.
Dulquer plays the main character who is 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.
The film is a metro-centric romcom entertainer with some breezy moments. The story of the film is based in Bengaluru and revolves around events happening in 100 days.