Anegan (English: Multiple Single Person) is a 2015 Indian Tamil psychological thriller film directed by K. V. Anand. The film stars Dhanush, Amyra Dastur and Karthik, with Ashish Vidyarthi, Aishwarya Devan and Jagan in supporting roles. Produced by AGS Entertainment, the film features music composed by Harris Jayaraj, cinematography by Om Prakash and editing by Anthony. The visual effects were handled by V. Srinivas Mohan. The film was released on 13 February 2015, along with its Telugu dubbed version titled Anekudu.
Principal photography commenced on 2 September 2013 at Puducherry. Filming continued in Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia and Burma and was completed on 15 September 2014.
The film begins in a fantasy sequence taking place in Madhumitha’s (Amyra Dastur) imagination as she shares the story with her psychiatrist, Dr. Radhika (Lena): Munaruna (Dhanush) is a Tamil worker in Burma. His friend Saamuda (Jagan) falls in love with Mallika (Aishwarya Devan), but Mallika loves Munaruna instead. Munaruna saves Samudra (Amyra Dastur), the daughter of a Burmese army general, from a Ferris wheel accident and they fall in love. When Mallika learns about this, she is devastated and marries Saamuda. The Burmese general disapproves of the union between Munaruna and Samudra, and revokes the privileges that the Tamil immigrants had until then. Violence breaks out and the Tamil nationals flee Burma. Munaruna and Samudra also join the refugees on on a ship along with Saamuda and Mallika. When Samudra’s father comes looking for her, Mallika spitefully reveals where they are hiding. As Samudra and Munaruna try to escape by diving into the ocean, Munaruna is shot and killed. Samudra drowns after promising to be together forever.
Back in Dr.Radhika’s office, Madhu claims that it is the story of her previous life and she has already met Saamuda and Mallika as Jagan (Jagan) and Meera (Aishwarya Devan), who are fellow programmers in the same gaming company. Radhika dismisses this and gives Madhu medicine for stress. Madhu meets Ashwin (Dhanush) a new employee in her company. Madhu instantly realizes his resemblance to Munaruna and flirts with him relentlessly, all the while calling him irrelevant names.
Directed by K. V. Anand
Produced by Kalpathi S Aghoram, Kalpathi S Ganesh & Kalpathi S Suresh
Written by Subha (Dialogue)
Screenplay by K. V. Anand & Subha
Story by K. V. Anand & Subha
Starring Dhanush, Karthik, Amyra Dastur, Aishwarya Devan, Jagan, Ashish Vidyarthi
Music by Harris Jayaraj
Cinematography Om Prakash
Edited by Anthony
Production AGS Entertainment
Distributed by AGS Entertainment & Wunderbar Films
Release dates 13 February 2015
Running time 160 minutes
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