Malayalam movie Bangalore Days, which has been directed by Anjali Menon and produced by Anwar Rasheed, has created a big sensation not just in the Kerala film industry, but also across the nation. There was a huge demand for its remake rights and PVP Cinema was in race for the rights. Taking the tinsel world by surprise, PVP Cinema and Dil Raju have jointly acquired its rights for all Indian languages.
Dwelling on emotions like friendship, relationship and
commitment, Bangalore Days has managed to tug the heart
strings of viewers across the nation (the sub-titled version was
released in a significantly higher number of screens outside Kerala
than within Kerala). Boasting a dream ensemble cast of the Young
Brigade of Malayalam cinema represented by Dulquer, Fahad, Nivin
and Nazriya, the film has connected immensely with audiences across
all age groups and established itself as one of the all-time
Blockbusters of Malayalam cinema.
While the movie is making waves at the Box Office, here comes
the sensational news that PVP Cinema and Dil Raju have partnered to
acquire the rights and remake it in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi. PVP
Cinema is one of the leading corporate houses with a significant
presence in both the Telugu and Tamil film industries. Dil Raju is
the man with the Midas touch and he is a leading exhibitor,
distributor and producer in the Telugu film industry.
With a strong belief in the content, in a path-breaking move, two of the leading lights in the media and entertainment space have joined forces to remake a highly successful movie in all the three main languages of the Indian film industry. Bhaskar, who has directed trend setting blockbusters like Bommarillu and Parugu has been entrusted with the job of directing both the versions. Discussions are at a very advanced stage with three leading heroes and heroines to replicate the roles in both Tamil and Telugu.