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Bangalore Days Tamil remake titled as ADMK–Arjun Divya Mattrum Karthik

Bangalore Days Tamil remake titled as ADMK–Arjun Divya Mattrum Karthik

And at last the Tamil version of the Malayalam blockbuster Bangalore days has been titled and it is as ADMK- Arjun Divya Matrum Karthik. From the beginning of its filming there had been a lot of speculations and rumours about the title of the Kollywood remake of the Mollywood blockbuster released in 2014 named Banglore Days conceived by popular Mollywood director Anjali Menon and now putting to rest all that speculations and rumours the Tamil remake of the film had almost finished it shooting and the title also was announced which we just mentioned above.

As you all know in the Tamil version of the film Parvaty Menon was the only one who played the heroine of Dulquer Salman in the Malayalam version retained her role in Tamil as well. And all other actors and actresses from Malayalam version were replaced in the Tamil version and the new star cast in Tamil has actors like Rana Daggubati who is very popular in all over India with the success of Baahubali as he played the main villain in that, Arya, Bobby Simha and Sri Divya.

For you to comprehend easily we can share who is playing whose character from the original version. The character which young star Dulquer Salmaan played in the Malayalam version will be played by Arya in the Tamil version, the role played by Fahad Fazil will be enacted by Rana Daggubati in the Tamil and Sri Divya will replace Nazriya Nazim in the Tamil. The young sensation of Mollywood Nivin Pauly’s character in the Malayalam version will be done by Bobby Simha in the Tamil version of the film.

Apart from the artist the other one who was retained from the original Malayalam version by the makers of Tamil version is Gopi Sundar, the music director. Tamil remake of this film is conceived by the telugu director Bhaskar who has given successful films. Another notable change from the Malayalam version is that the plot background of the film was set in Singapore rather than in Bangalore and film will be financed by PVP films and Prasad Potluri. Film maker Anwar Rasheed was the financer of Bangalore Days in association with Sophia Paul of Weekend Blockbusters.

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