After lot of speculations and rumours, the Tamil remake of Malayalam superhit movie "Bangalore Days" has been launched in Chennai. The pooja function of the multi starrer flick was held on 18 March.
Except for Parvathi Menon, the Tamil version of the movie has an entirely new star cast comprising Arya, Rana Duggabati, Bobby Simha and Sri Divya. Arya will play the character played by Dulquer, Rana Duggabati will reprise Fahadh Faasil, Bobby Simha will play Nivin Pauly's character and Sri Divya will portray the character played by Nazriya Nazim.
The makers of the movie have also retained Gopi Sunder as the music director of the movie.
Bhaskar, who is known for superhit films like "Bommarillu" and "Parugu", will direct the Tamil version.
Earlier, it was reported that the producers of the movie had decided to make both the Tamil and Telugu versions with the same director, but latest reports suggest that they will have separate directors for the versions.
Unlike the Malayalam version, the Tamil film will be set in Singapore and will be jointly produced by Prasad V. Potluri of PVP Cinema and Dil Raju.
Directed by Anjali Menon, the romantic comedy entertainer "Bangalore Days" had received overwhelming response from both critics and the audience.
The multi starrer film was made with a budget of ₹8.5 crore and made a record collection of more than ₹10 crore within a week. The film was released in more than 200 screens across India; it is now being shown with English subtitles for the non-Malayali audience outside Kerala and abroad.
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 motor racer, Kuttan a software engineer and Divya gets married to workaholic Das played by Fahadh Faasil. "Bangalore Days" is all about dreams and aspirations of these three cousins and what happens to them in Bangalore.