100 Days Of Love Review
The movie revolves around Balan K Nair aka BKN (Dulquer Salmaan), who works as a columnist in National daily. He lives with his best friend Ummer (Shekhar Menon), who is a gamer. BKN, who is recovering from a painful breakup, encounters Sheela (Nithya Menen) in a rainy night, who leaves her camera in the taxi. He immediately falls in love with her and searches for her with the help of Ummer. Thus forms the crux of the story.
The film starts with the story of two friends; BNK (Dulquer Salmaan), a Bangalore based newspaper columnist and his friend Ummer (Shekhar Menon), a foodie and a gamer.
As both are having a wonderful life; BNK happens to meet Sheela (Nithya Menon) and he fells in love with her instantly.
After the stage of a good friendship relation; Sheela accepts BNK’s love and enjoy the life with him and Ummer. The events following the love story, forms the basic plot of the movie.The film is handled so carefully that, it avoided the usual turnings and events seen in a movie; marked as a romantic one.
Technically cinematography was nice along with not so bad edits. Music is by Govind Menon and the songs with their visuals looked nice on screen. Overall, 100 Days of Love is an average rom-com for me and the rating for this Jenuse Mohamed film is two and a half out of five.
Dulquer is sparkling in a role that demands something from him and he cuts a pretty pair with the gorgeous Nithya Menen. Their chemistry looks natural and is the lifeblood of the movie. Shekhar Menon is decent in a rather lengthy role, while Vineeth, Praveena etc. make their presence felt. Rest of the cast including director V. K. Prakash and the antagonist are good as well.
The story of the film tells the 100 days of love of the protagonist named B K N or Balan K Nair played by Dulquer Salmaan. The story does not boast of any kind of freshness or something extra ordinary in it. It is a usual love story starts with a love at first sight and then the boy tracks down the girl, there comes another boy who is engaged to the so called love interest of the protagonist and later the girl realizes that her true love or what we call her better half is the protagonist and after some confusions the story ends in a railway station or bus stand. But the makers are tried their best to tell it in a fresh manner even though the backdrop of Bangalore city is a now a days is a cliché setting for all love stories.