Bangalore Days

Synopsis: Bangalore Days begins with an intro from Kuttan (Nivin Pauly) introducing himself and his cousins namely Divya (Nazriya) and Aju (Dulquer) who share a very friendly relationship right from the childhood.They get separated after their schooling but are reunited at Bangalore after the marriage of Divya to Das. The story revolves around how their life turns at Bangalore.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Anjali Menon
  3 wins & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
8.3
Year:
2014
171 min
413 Views

Once everything was

over, he deserted her.

I asked him then, didn't I warn you?

Your daughter also, has the

same kind of horoscope.

Aunt will only listen

to the astrologer.

Uncle will listen only to aunt.

Is there, any need to say more?

Isn't there a remedy to this?

Can find a remedy and all.

But...

Within two months.

This girl's marriage

should be conducted.

Oh! My heavens.

Otherwise...

As someone said in some movie...

...this is fate, my dear.

No one can stop that.

In one look of the unlucky

planets, MBA dreams vanished.

In its place arrived

an MBA guy...

28 years old.

Good looks. Good habits. Das.

Have one nibble...

It was made by Divya.

Have tea.

Divya, sit there, dear. Go, dear.

When did you return from the USA?

Last week.

Okay then.

Where are you based in the USA?

Los Angeles.

My sister's daughter is there.

Is it?

Where are they, over there?

In US, 'Oklahoma'.

Oklahoma. Do you

visit, those places?

No...

No. They don't go there.

We have been there.

Yes, we have many photos of that.

Come, will show you.

Let us see the photos.

- Let them talk to each other.

Children, come along.

Son, she has appeared

for MBA entrance exam.

Which University

have you applied to?

I have been enlisted at IIM.

Waiting for the interview call.

Nice.

Divya?

Divya...

I, was having a serious

relationship with a girl.

Even though it is in past...

I don't think I'm over it.

I really don't know

if I'm ready for this.

When my parents and

others compelled me...

It is nothing personal.

I felt, Divya, should know all this.

Divya, do you have anything to say?

That is...

I didn't make that nibble.

So then I don't have

to struggle with it?

Mother's nibbles are eaten by him.

Like that.

Kunju's fate was also decided.

While others decided, both

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Anjali Menon

Anjali Menon is an Indian film director and screenwriter who made her writing and directional debut with the feature film Manjadikuru (Lucky Red Seeds), for which she got the FIPRESCI award for the Best Malayalam film and Best Indian Debut Her second feature film is Bangalore Days and she has written the critically and commercially acclaimed Ustad Hotel. She grew up in Dubai. She did post-graduation work in communication studies from Pune University. Anjali graduated from the London Film School in 2003, with distinction honours in editing, producing and directing film. Her graduation film Black Nor White, (credited as Anjali), featuring Rez Kempton and Archie Panjabi with Asif Kapadia as Executive Producer was premiered at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.Anjali started her career with short fiction and documentary projects in India, Middle East and UK. In 2006, she and Vinod Menon started Little Films India, a film company in Mumbai. Anjali is a published writer with her screenplays as well as Monsoon feast – a collection of short stories where she has contributed a story. She lives in Mumbai with her husband and son. She wrote a story for Malayala Manorama Onam Special publication Named 'Tea and Toast' more…

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