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
464 Views

I'm Kuttan.

Also known as Krishnan P.P.

Mr. Krishnan P.P,

your father is a farmer.

But you opted for the

software industry. Why?

That is because, after a great

consideration and consultation...

...I came to the conclusion

that this socialist illusion was...

...a great botheration

to the Indian nation...

...whose basic occupation

was cultivation and irrigation.

But with further contemplation

and deliberation...

...I discovered that

without globalization and..

...exploration there can not

be optimization to make India's...

...transformation

to a super power nation.

So...

How about Bangalore for

yourfirst posting Mr. Krishnan P.P?

On asking like that.

Which Malayali can say, no, to that?

While in Kerala, we're

desperate to leave...

When outside, we're desperate

to get back, to native place.

As soon as weekend, comes I board

the first bus to go home to Kerala.

Whatever any one says.

Water, soil and women...

...are the best in our place.

Father!

I'm here, man.

How was yourjourney?

It was fine, father.

Brother Narayanan!

Hello!

My son, how is my cultivation?

Hey fellow!

Every week you bring

the soiled cloths from Mysore.

You, yourself does

the washing by battering.

Then why can't you do

this there itself?

What are you saying, mom?

The water out there, is

it like our water in here?

Mysore isn't our place,

our place is Kerala.

(singing a popular Malayalam song)

See the acts of this boy!

"Hi, tie, candy.

- Hi, tie, candy."

Liked on eating.

Liked on eating.

After eating it, it will

turn out to a dismay.

After eating it, it will

turn out to a dismay.

Do you know who wrote this poem?

Kunjunni master.

Yes, it is a poem

by Kunjunni master.

Let us read another one.

Kutta, the bus will arrive now.

Did you pack everything?

Don't forget anything.

If you sit with poetry like your

father, you won't reach anywhere.

This is our Kunju.

My father's sister's daughter.

Hi! I'm Divya Prakash.

Final year B.com.

Divya Prakash,

what is your ambition?

I want to do MBA from IIM

and start an independent company.

Who is your inspiration, Divya?

My parents.

They give their full

support to all my dreams.

What kind of change can

you bring in this world, Divya?

If you take the total

working labor in this world.

It's women who do 67% of work.

But if you calculate the

total assets, in the world.

Women don't have even 1 % of it.

That must change.

When I start my own company.

Will give more jobs to women.

This is the condition of, most of the

girls educated from Gulf countries.

By mixing up English

and Malayalam.

By rendering 2 long sentences.

They think they have

conquered this world.

Don't hear all this boosting.

she's just an innocent, dumb girl.

Mothers, smart daughter!

Give the paper to there.

I'll give.

Here, did you see this? See this.

My daughter has got first rank.

Pass it on to them.

Everyone is looking at you.

Until, monthly once if astrological

consultations are not done.

Aunty, won't be having

peace of mind.

Did you see a lame

person on your way here?

Yes, was seen here.

Yes. An omen.

Isn't he the peon here?

Whatever it may be... An

omen is definitely an omen.

Yes. Yes.

Did you understand? Hear!

When my brother had

a daughter, I foresaw.

Unlucky planets

in the seventh house...

A bad omen.

The very sight of unlucky planets.

I told him many times

not to educate her.

I, also warned that she will

create ill-fame, but in vain!

During degree studies.

Fell in love with a guy.

That too, one hailing

from another religion.

She eloped with him.

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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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