Bangalore Naatkal (2016)

Tamil 2 hrs 35 mins Romance, Comedy, Drama
Critics Score
58%
Total Reviews: 14
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: 'Bangalore Naatkal' has some good ideas and performances, but ultimately fails to bring it home.

Average Critic Rating: (2.75)
Cast: Arya , Bobby Simha , Rana Daggubati , Samantha Ruth Prabhu , Sri Divya
Director: Bhaskaran Natarajan
Release Date: 05 Feb 2016

Plot: The film's story revolves around three cousins Divya "Ammu" Raghavan (Sri Divya), Kannan "Kutty" (Bobby Simha) and Arjun "Ajju" (Arya), who share a close bond since their childhood. Kutty is a software engineer whose heart and soul is back home in his village. Ajju, whose parents are divorced, is a Read more

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Bangalore Naatkal - All Reviews

Bangalore Naatkal maybe a decent flick for the ones who skipped the original version
Source, Tharai Ticketu
'Bangalore Naatkal', turns out to be a refreshing outing
Source, PipingHotViews
At its heart, 'Bangalore Naatkal', is about change
Sudhir Srinivasan, The Hindu
Despite of few dull moments in the second half, the film is watchable one mainly because of the performance from the lead characters
Christopher Kanagaraj, Studio Flicks
'Bangalore Naatkal' , a feel- good, and eminently watchable entertainer for the young at heart
U Bharath, Newflicks.in
Remakes are never easy and director Bommarillu Bhaskar’s Bangalore Naatkal is far from perfect but the film does have its moments
S Saraswathi, REDIFF
A remake that largely conforms to its Malayalam original, except with its best track
Vipin, Music Aloud
This film is a must-watch for those who haven'€™t seen Anjali Menon'€™s Bangalore Days
Raisa Nasreen, BookMyShow
Praneeth, Belvoir Eagle
'Bangalore Naatkal', would be a fine watch for those who have kept themselves away from Anjali Menon's ostensibly superior version
Siddarth Srinivas, Only Kollywood
Bangalore Naatkal's soundtrack takes a few tunes from original, adds some food colour and ultimately ends up as middling material
Siddarth Srinivas, Only Kollywood
'Bangalore Naatkal', could have been shorter and little more crisp
Gautaman Bhaskaran, Hindustan Times
We are swept up by the narrative, despite the predictability, and start enjoying it
M Suganth, The Times of India
Bangalore Naatkal is a passable entertainer and can be definitely watched if you haven't seen the original version
Source, Now Running