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Bangalore Naatkal
Directed byBhaskar
Produced byPrasad V. Potluri
Written byT. Gnanavel — Pon Parthiban (dialogues)
Story byAnjali Menon
Based onBangalore Days
by Anjali Menon
StarringArya
Bobby Simha
Sri Divya
Rana Daggubati
Raai Laxmi
Parvathy
Samantha Akkineni
Narrated byBobby Simha
Music byGopi Sunder
CinematographyK. V. Guhan
Edited byMarthand K. Venkatesh
Production
companies
Distributed byPVP Cinema
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Bangalore Naatkal (English: Bangalore Days) is a 2016 Indian Tamil comedy-drama film directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar, which is a remake of the 2014 Malayalam film Bangalore Days written and directed by Anjali Menon. Featuring an ensemble cast consisting of Arya, Bobby Simha and Sri Divya in the lead roles, it tells the story of three cousins who live their childhood dream of living and enjoying in the city of Bangalore. It also stars Rana Daggubati, Raai Laxmi, Parvathy (reprising her role from the Malayalam film), and Samantha Akkineni in other pivotal roles. Produced by Prasad V Potluri under his banner PVP cinema, the film released on 5 February 2016. Unlike the original, this movie received mixed reviews and failed at the box office, with critics and fans drawing comparisons with the original. Fifa 12 pc full game download.

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Plot[edit]

The film's story revolves around three cousins Arjun 'Ajju' (Arya), Kannan 'Kutty' (Bobby Simha), and Divya 'Ammu' Raghavan (Sri Divya), who share a close bond since their childhood. Kutty is a software engineer whose heart and soul is back home in his village. Ajju, whose parents are divorced, is a bike mechanic who lives his life on his own terms. Ammu has completed her B.Com and aspires to do her MBA from IIM but is compelled to get married to workaholic corporate executive Shivaprasad 'Prasad' (Rana Daggubati) because of her family astrologer's dire predictions. After their wedding, Ammu moves to Bangalore as Prasad is settled there. Kutty too relocates to Bangalore for his job, while Ajju joins a biker gang as a mechanic in the same city.

Ammu feels lonely as Prasad often goes on long corporate trips and ignores her. Her only solace is the time she gets to spend with her cousins. One day, upon inspecting a room in their apartment that Prasad never lets anyone enter, she is shocked to find it filled with photos, knickknacks and possessions of a woman (Samantha). In thought of not having a place in Prasad's heart and life, she leaves Prasad and returns to her village in sorrow.

Naive Kutty, who wants a traditional, modest, saree-clad girl for a wife, falls in love with an air hostess Lakshmi (Raai Laxmi) on a flight from Bangalore to Coimbatore. They date, and Kutty changes from a reserved and shy person to a trendy person to impress her, but his dreams are shattered when her ex-boyfriend (Arjun G Iyengar) arrives at her apartment, and he realizes that she was only trying to get back with him. He breaks off his relationship with her.

Ajju was a bike racer, but due to a misdemeanor, he is forced to serve a one-year ban from racing. Rakesh, who is now a top-bike racer, troubles Ajju. Ajju eventually hits him but is stopped by Coach Zachariah (Sijoy Varghese). Rakesh tells that Ajju is best at fighting, but he is best in racing. Ajju falls for RJ Sarah (Parvathy), but when he meets her in person, he finds she is a paraplegic. He starts to like her attitude and follows her. They become good friends, but Ajju is saddened when he learns that Sarah is to leave for Australia on a university scholarship.

Meanwhile, as Ammu and Prasad are in the middle of getting a divorce, Ajju learns that a few years back, Prasad was a bike racer. He then went by the name Shiva and was the leader of his biker gang. Shiva had given up on racing after he was involved in an accident that killed his girlfriend Grace (the girl whose photos and possessions that Ammu had discovered in Prasad's room). Upon knowing what happened, Ammu decides to return to Bangalore and works towards her MBA. She gradually wins over a repentant Prasad and soon arranges for him to meet Grace's parents (Prakash Raj and Vinaya Prasad). After the meeting, Prasad is able to let go of his past. Ammu forgives him, and they get their marital life on track.

Ajju gets a chance to race on the same day that Sarah has to leave for Australia. Rakesh also arrives. With Ammu, Kutty and Prasad cheering for him, he wins the race. After the race, Ajju realizes how important Sarah is to him and his life. He pleads with her not to go to Australia. Sarah forgoes her scholarship to stay with him in Bangalore. In the end, Kutty gets married to his neighbor in Bangalore, a European Bharathanatyam dancer Michelle (Paris Laxmi), who has embraced the culture of India. The film ends with Ammu, Prasad, Ajju, and Sarah breaking into Kutty's room and all of them posing for a photo.

Cast[edit]

  • Arya as Arjun 'Ajju', a bike racer and mechanic with a carefree attitude
  • Sri Divya as Divya 'Ammu' Shivaprasad B.Com MBA, a woman who gets married to Prasad
  • Bobby Simha as Kannan 'Kutty', a software engineer who does not like city life
  • Rana Daggubati as Shivaprasad ('Shiva'/'Prasad'), a worksholic corporate executive. (Voice dubbed by Azam Sheriff)
  • Raai Laxmi as Lakshmi, an air hostess who has a brief experience with Kutty
  • Parvathy as RJ Sarah Elizabeth, a paraplegic whom Ajju befriends
  • Samantha Akkineni as Grace Francis, Shiva's late girlfriend who died in an accident
  • Paris Laxmi as Michelle Kannan, a European Bharatnatyam dancer who has embraced Indian culture
  • Prakash Raj as Francis, Grace's father
  • Vinaya Prasad as Mrs. Francis, Grace's mother
  • Sijoy Varghese as Coach Zechriah
  • Saranya Ponvannan as Kutty's mother
  • M. S. Bhaskar as Kutty's father
  • Rekha as Sarah's mother
  • Sriranjini as Ammu's mother
  • Pattimandram Raja as Raghavan
  • Sajid Yahiya as Saamy
  • Arjun G. Iyengar as Lakshmi's boyfriend whom she wants to get back with despite meeting Kutty
  • Arjai as Prasad’s friend

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

The success of Anjali Menon's 2014 romantic drama film Bangalore Days, prompted producers Dil Raju and Prasad V Potluri to acquire the Tamil and Telugu remake rights for the film in June 2014. Bommarillu Bhaskar was signed on to direct the film, while the producers sought to cast the seven lead roles from actors who were renowned in both the Tamil and Telugu film industries.[1] Initial reports suggested that the main lead role portrayed by Dulquer Salman would be played by Arya and the roles of the other two cousins would be played by Naga Chaitanya and Samantha Akkineni.[2]Siddharth was also approached to portray the supporting role played by Fahadh Faasil, while Prasanna and Bharath were also linked to roles in the film.[3][4] Similarly reports suggested that Nani and Sharwanand were being considered to portray two of the lead roles instead. The team also approached Nazriya to be a part of the cast, but the actress was reluctant to feature in films after her marriage.[5] However a delay in casting led to the film being delayed till the following year.[6]

Casting[edit]

In January 2015, the official cast of the film was announced with Arya, Siddharth and Samantha selected, as initially expected. Nithya Menon was also added to the cast to play a different character instead of her role from the original.[7] Meanwhile, Bobby Simha and Sunil were also signed on to play the same role, with Simha in the Tamil film and Sunil in the Telugu version. Simha had requested PVP Cinemas to cast him in the role after being approached by the production studio for a different film.[8] However, by the end of the month, Siddharth and Samantha exited amidst speculation that the pair were uncomfortable to feature opposite each other, after a recent break-up.[9] Subsequently, Rana Daggubati and Sri Divya were bought into replace the pair, while Parvathy opted to reprise her role from the original ahead of Nithya. Raai Laxmi was signed on to portray the role played by Isha Talwar, while it was reported that Nayantara was in talks to portray a guest appearance in the film.[10][11] Nayantara eventually was replaced by Samantha, who worked on the film for a week, shooting for a guest role.[12] Despite indications that Santhosh Narayanan would be selected to compose the film's music, Gopi Sunder was retained from the original.[13] The film was launched in mid March 2015 in Chennai, with the cast attending the ceremony. It was revealed that the Telugu version of the film would be made by a completely different team led by Dil Raju and would start after the Tamil version.

Music[edit]

The soundtrack features 6 songs composed by Gopi Sunder. The song I Want To Fly is the featured in the film as 'Unnodu Vazha' with lyrics completely in Tamil instead of the original English version.

Track list
Bangalore Naatkal
Soundtrack album by
Released2016
Recorded2016
StudioSound Factory, Cochin
GenreFilm soundtrack
LanguageTamil
LabelThink Music
ProducerGopi Sunder
Gopi Sunder chronology
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy
(2015)
Bangalore Naatkal
(2016)
Puli Murugan
(2016)
No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1.'Naan Maati Konden'Karthik3:05
2.'Aaga Motham Ennai'Gopi Sunder5:02
3.'En Vizhiyin Kanavu'Gopi Sunder, Anna Katharina Valayil5:17
4.'Thodakkam Mangalyam'Vijay Yesudas, Sachin Warrier, Divya S. Menon3:52
5.'Paraparapa Oru Ooru'Ranjith3:13
6.'I Want to Fly/Unnodu Vazha'Anna Katharina Valayil3:08

Critical reception[edit]

Hindustan Times wrote 'Bommarillu Bhaskar’s just opened Tamil work, Bangalore Naatkal -- which is a remake of Anjali Menon’s Bangalore Days in Malayalam -- also lends itself to a good measure of comparison. Honestly, the core idea behind Menon’s work -- about the average Keralite’s craze for Bangalore (Bengaluru) -- does not ring true in Bhaskar’s Tamil edition.'[14]The Hindu wrote 'Bangalore Naatkal quite worked for me, despite the aforementioned minor niggles. It made me well up at all the right moments, even if it didn’t get me laughing as much as the original.'[15]Times of India wrote 'this remake works to a large extent (if you haven't seen the original, even better), because the director, Bommarillu Bhaskar hasn't made any drastic change to the original script and manages to capture the emotional drama of the scenes.'[16]Rediff wrote 'Remakes are never easy and director Bhaskar’s Bangalore Naatkal is far from perfect, but the film does have its moments, especially for those who missed the original.'[17]Behindwoods wrote 'Overall, despite its lively storyline, Bangalore Naatkal is let down by the treatment and casual performances.'[18] IndiaGlitz.com gave 2.8/5 and wrote ' Bangalore days is fresh, youthful and certainly a good one time watch with family for its entertainment quotient is spot on[19]Cancion de cuna leo brouwer pdf files free.

References[edit]

  1. ^'`Bangalore Days` to be remade in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu?'. Sify. 1 July 2014. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  2. ^'Samantha, Arya, Siddharth and Naga Chaitanya in Bangalore Days'. The Times of India. 26 July 2014. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  3. ^'The stars in talks for the Tamil version of Bangalore Days'. Behindwoods. 8 August 2014. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  4. ^'Samantha, Arya, Bharath in Bangalore Days remake?'. Chitramala.in. 2 July 2014. Archived from the original on 2 April 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  5. ^http://behindwoods.com/tamil-director/bommarilu-bhaskar/-bommarilu-bhaskar-interview.html
  6. ^'No Hyderabad days yet'. Bangaloremirror.com. 6 January 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  7. ^'Nithya Menon in Bangalore days Telugu remake'. The Times of India. 18 December 2014. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  8. ^'Arya, Siddharth & Bobby Simha in `Bangalore Days` remake'. Sify. 9 January 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  9. ^'Siddharth, Samantha out of Bangalore Days'. The Times of India. 31 January 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  10. ^'Arya, Rana and Sridivya to kickstart from'. Behindwoods. 18 March 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  11. ^'Nayanthara in talks for Bangalore Days remake'. Onlykollywood.com. 6 March 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  12. ^'Samantha to play Nithya's role in Bangalore Days remake'. The Times of India. 30 July 2015. Retrieved 30 July 2015.
  13. ^'`Bangalore Days` remake to be set in Singapore?'. Sify. 20 February 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  14. ^http://www.hindustantimes.com/movie-reviews/bangalore-naatkal-review-an-engrossing-remake-of-bangalore-days/story-Pbg8TeHgZeHKzqYsBTyLnO.html
  15. ^http://www.thehindu.com/features/cinema/cinema-reviews/bangalore-naatkal-review-a-likeable-remake-despite-minor-casting-issues/article8202076.ece
  16. ^http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tamil/movie-reviews/Bangalore-Naatkal/movie-review/50875354.cms
  17. ^http://www.rediff.com/movies/report/review-bangalore-naatkal--disappoints/20160205.htm
  18. ^http://www.behindwoods.com/tamil-movies/bangalore-naatkal/bangalore-naatkal-review.html
  19. ^'Bangalore Naatkal review. Bangalore Naatkal Tamil movie review, story, rating - IndiaGlitz.com'. IndiaGlitz. Retrieved 22 February 2016.

External links[edit]

  • Bangalore Naatkal on IMDb
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This is a list of movies made by the Indian director Mani Ratnam featuring the Indian music composer A. R. Rahman. [1] They are considered to be one of the most successful Director- Music director combinations in Indian Film Industry.

History and significance[edit]

Mani Ratnam after his long relationship with Ilaiyaraaja, decided to drop him and introduce a newcomer, A.R.Rahman in Roja. He happened to listen to some ad jingles, composed by Rahman, in an awards function, where Rahman received the award for Best Jingle Composer.[2] Impressed with Rahman's works, Ratnam visited his studio and listened to a tune that Rahman had composed long back on the Kaveri River water dispute.[3] Ratnam signed him immediately for the film, which was the first one in his terrorism trilogy. Rahman, in spite of his reluctance to seriously take up work in films, accepted the offer since Ratnam had the reputation of a director with a good taste for music.[2] Rahman would later say: 'I wasn't sure myself why I accepted Roja. I was offered 25,000 (US$360) for it, a sum that I could make in three days composing ad jingles. I think it was the prospect of working with Mani that enticed me'.[2]

Roja was released in 1992 to universal acclaim. It is considered a milestone in Tamil and Indianfilm music that heralded the start of a new era.[4] It was subsequently listed in Time magazine's World's '10 Best Soundtracks' of all time.[5][6][7] As of April 2017, they worked together in 15 films altogether (out of which two are bilinguals and hence refer to the same soundtrack twice with a change in the language), with every soundtracks having marked a phenomenal critical and commercial success in Indian cinema. Rahman won two out of his four National Awards from his association with Ratnam. Bombay, the most significant work from their combination, is the largest selling Indian music album of all time, with an unprecedented sales of 12 million records.[8]

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List of films[edit]

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released
YearFilmOriginal LanguageDubbed Versions/ Re-make[A]Awards[B]
1992RojaTamilHindi
Malayalam
Telugu
Marathi
Cinema Express Award for Best Music
Cine Goers' Award for Best Music
Film Fans' Award for Best Music
Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Tamil
Kalasaagar Award for Best Music
National Film Award for Best Music Direction
SuMu Music Awards: R. D. Burman Award for Best New Composer
Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Music Director
1993Thiruda ThirudaTamilHindi (Chor Chor)
Telugu (Donga Donga)
MagnaSound Award
1995BombayTamilHindi
Telugu
Cine Goers' Award for Best Music
Film Fans' Award for Best Music
Kalasaagar Award for Best Music
Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Tamil
1997IruvarTamilTelugu (Iddaru)
Malayalam (Iruvar)
Sinhala (The-Duo)
1998Dil Se.HindiTamil (Uyire)
Telugu (Prematho)
Filmfare Award for Best Music Director
2000AlaipayutheyTamilHindi (Saathiya)[C]
Telugu (Sakhi)
Alaipaayuthey
Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Tamil
Saathiya
Filmfare Award for Best Music Director
IIFA Award for Best Music Director
Zee Cine Award for Best Music Director
Bollywood Movie Award for Best Music Director
MTV Award for Best Composer (Film Category)
2002Kannathil MuthamittalTamilTelugu (Amrutha)
Sinhala (A Peck on the Cheek)
National Film Award for Best Music Direction
2004Aayutha Ezhuthu / YuvaTamil / HindiTelugu (Yuva)Yuva
Sangeet Award for Best Music Direction
2007GuruHindiTamil, TeluguFilmfare Award for Best Background Score
Filmfare Award for Best Music Director
IIFA Award for Best Background Score
IIFA Award for Best Music Director
Screen Award for Best Background Music
Screen Award for Best Music Director
Zee Cine Award for Best Background Music
Zee Cine Award for Best Music Director
Nominated – Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer for 'Tere Bina'
2010Raavanan / RaavanTamil / HindiTelugu (Villain)Raavanan
Mirchi Music Award for Best Music Director – Tamil
Raavan
Nominated—Mirchi Music Award for Best Background Score[9]
Nominated—Screen Award for Best Background Score[10]
Nominated—GiMA Award for Best Background Score[11]
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Background Score
Nominated—IIFA Award for Best Background Score
Nominated—Zee Cine Award for Best Background Score
Nominated—Mirchi Music Award for Best Song in Sufi Tradition - 'Raanjha Raanjha'[9]
Nominated—Mirchi Music Award for Best Programmed and Arranged Song - 'Raanjha Raanjha'[9]
2013KadalTamilTelugu (Kadali)Norway Tamil Film Festival Award for Best Music Director
Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Tamil
Vijay Award for Best Music Director
Radio Mirchi Song Of The Year - 'Nenjukkule'
Behindwoods Gold Medal for Best Music Direction
Nominated—MTV Europe Music Award for Best Indian Act
2015O Kadhal Kanmani[12]Tamil


Hindi (OK Jaanu)[C]
Telugu (OK Bangaram)
Vikatan Award for Best Music Director
iTunes music award for best Indian album
iTunes Best Artist of the year- A. R. Rahman
iTunes Best selling album of the year- O Kadhal Kanmani
Nominated- Filmfare Award for Best Music Director -Tamil
Nominated- SIIMA Award for Best Music Director -Tamil
2017Kaatru VeliyidaiTamilTelugu- (Cheliyaa)

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Vikatan Awards For Best Music Director


Vikatan Awards For Best Music Director


Vijay Award for Best Music Director


Nominated- Filmfare Award for Best Music Director - Tamil

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Nominated - SIIMA Award for Best Music Director


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2018Chekka Chivantha VaanamTamil
Notes
  • A ^ Many of Mani Ratnam's movies are in the Tamil language and are released simultaneously or later in multiple languages, usually Telugu and Hindi.
  • B ^ Only the major awards won for Best Music Direction are listed here. Several featured artists from the films have won numerous other awards.
  • C ^Alaipayuthey and O Kadhal Kanmani had Hindi remakes titled Saathiya and OK Jaanu respectively, those were scored by A.R. Rahman but direction credited to his assistant Shaad Ali. Story, screenplay & produced by Mani Ratnam himself.

References[edit]

  1. ^Meera Srinivasan (14 March 2009). 'Music of the soul'. Frontline. Chennai, India: The Hindu. Retrieved 19 January 2011.
  2. ^ abcN. Ravikumar (10 February 2010). 'Golden Grammy boy'. The Tribune. Retrieved 19 January 2010.
  3. ^'Artist of the Month: AR Rahman'. TFM Magazine. Retrieved 19 January 2010.
  4. ^Saraswathy Nagarajan. 'Of rhythm and soul'. The Hindu. Retrieved 16 June 2006.
  5. ^Corliss, Richard (12 February 2005). 'Best Soundtracks – ALL TIME 100 MOVIES – TIME'. Time. Retrieved 24 February 2008.
  6. ^Corliss, Richard (2 June 2005). 'That Old Feeling – Secrets of the All-Time 100 – TIME'. Time. Archived from the original on 16 February 2009. Retrieved 24 February 2008.
  7. ^''All-TIME' 100 Movies'. Time. 12 February 2005. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
  8. ^Surajeet Das Gupta, Soumik Sen. 'A R Rahman: Composing a winning score'. Rediff. Retrieved 21 September 2002.
  9. ^ abc'3rd Uninor Mirchi Music Awards 2010 - Nominations and Winners'. 2011. Retrieved 24 August 2011.
  10. ^'17th Annual Star Screen Awards 2011 Nominations'. 2011. Retrieved 17 May 2011.
  11. ^'Chevrolet Star GiMA Award Nominees 2011'. 2011. Archived from the original on 15 July 2014. Retrieved 17 May 2011.
  12. ^'Mani Ratnam begins new film, a Tamil-Malayalam bilingual'. Hindustan Times. 10 October 2014. Archived from the original on 3 December 2014.
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