It is already announced that Bangalore Days is groomed for Tamil and Telugu remakes. There are numerous news emerging from multiple sources with regard to Telugu version. As per the reports, Venu Sriram helms the movie. Dil Raju is the financier of the movie. Varun Tej is earmarked to enact the role which was depicted by Dulquer Salmaan in the original version. Nithya Menen substitutes Nazriya Nazim for the role of the female protagonist. Nithya also participated in the original version of the movie. However, in the original version she only had a minor role to play and appeared as the love interest of Das. She is also expected to reenact the character she acted out in the original for the Tamil version.
Sharwanand takes the place of Fahadh Fazil and make his presence felt as the reclusive husband of Nithya’s character. Avasarala Srinivas replaces Nivin Pauly and picturizes the character of a naive person in the movie. Rakul Preet Singh is booked to demonstrate a physically limited girl, which was represented by Parvathy Menon. But, Parvathy will reproduce the character for the Tamil version. Aside from Parvathy, Tamil replication of the movie consists of Arya, Bobby Simha, Ranu Daggubati, Sri Divya in the focal roles.
Arya personates the character performed by Dulquer Salmaan whereas Sri Divya performs the character of Divya, which was characterized by Nazriya. Rana Daggubati comes as replacement for Fahadh Fazil. Bobby Simha personifies Nivin’s character. Raai Laxmi is speculated to do another relevant character. If the reports are true, she fills in for Isha Talwar. Bhaskar administers the movie and Prasad .V. Potluri finances the movie. PVP Cinemas controls the production works of the movie.
The movie focuses on three cousins who have various goals to accomplish and the movie unfolds their path towards the actualization of their aspirations. Before its release, the movie was widely assumed as something meant for youngsters, But, the audience was forced to change their opinion after watching the movie since it was not just about the youngsters but about the mental anguish of the grown ups as well. The movie gradually began to exert its ascendancy on the box office and became an avant-garde for the Malayalam film industry.