Critics Review


Feels easy and organic while watching

Bangalore Days is one of those films that feels easy and organic while watching�contrived in retrospect. Still, it is a satisfying guided meditation featuring affirmations on how today�s youth really aspire to live.(more)

Source: Ashutosh Mohan,


Good movie

Bangalore Days is a young, vibrant film that is colourful and peppy. Grab a box of popcorn and enjoy this trip to Bangalore, the city of dreams for most Malayalis(more)

Source: Editorial board,


Highly recommended watch

Bangalore Days can be seen as an extension of that, where those children are grown up but still want to hold on to their childhood.Performance wise, the three lead actors get an equal share of the pie.Fahadh Faasil excels in portraying the silent character with bottled-up emotions.The film stretches to three hours but one doesn't feel it thanks to the even pacing.Bangalore Days is a highly recommended watch.(more)

Source: Editorial board,


Have a spectacular watch with your family

The gamble that made the film adorable is that each of the young actors are provided with roles that you identify with them on screen, often. Though it is predictable, the chemistry of this get together is what makes the audience go for it.At around 172 minutes and with four songs ,'Bangalore Days' is definitely a energetic movie that is best prescribed for a hassle free watch this rainy season. Have a spectacular watch with your family .(more)

Source: Editorial board,


Talks cheerfully about love and hope

This is a film that talks cheerfully about love and hope. What it misses is that effervescent sense of joviality even when some of the most dynamic young actors get together on screen, forcing us to wish, the smiles were heartier and the chuckles were louder.(more)

Source: Ashwin J Kumar, Times Of India