Thursday, July 28, 2022

In "Bangalore Days," Dulquer Salmaan gives one of his most sincere, genuine, and unvarnished performance

 On Dulquer Salmaan's 36th birthday celebration, here's returning to his 2014 film Bangalore Days.

As the snappy tune "Mangalyam" from Bangalore Days starts to play, Dulquer Salmaan's Arjun approaches his cousin's home, wearing a somewhat rumpled way when contrasted with Nivin Pauly's Krishnan. Yet, he's as of now stood out, with his unkempt hair, worn-out shirt and pants. No other person is looking satisfied to see him, aside from Krishnan and Divya (Nazriya Nazim). Yet, he could do without any other person as of now. He's only here to praise his cousin's wedding. There is a grasping grin, trade of warm embraces and "Mangalyam" starts. The melody closes on a high, while Aju searches for Divya, who has been hauled off by her family for having a good time excessively much at her own wedding festivity. "Mangalyam" establishes the vibe for Bangalore Days, a healthy film with aches of self-contradicting. Furthermore, it is presumably quite possibly of the most genuine film in Dulquer's profession.

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