Nee Enge En Anbe is a 2014 Indian thriller film simultaneously made in both Tamil and Telugu language. It is directed by Sekhar Kammula, starring Nayanthara in the lead role. The film is a remake of the Hindi film Kahaani.
There was a bomb blast in People’s Plaza at Chennai before, Anaamika (Nayantara) an IT professional, comes to Hyderabad in search of her missing husband. As soon as she arrives in Hyderabad, she goes to the police station and waits to give a complaint. The police officers do not pay attention to her and almost faints. One policeman in the station named Sarathy (Vaibhav Reddy), decides to help her realizing that she was coming here for a huge reason; and the search for her missing husband begins. She goes to the hotel where her husband last stayed. While staying there, she makes the acquaintance of a little boy named Raju who tells her everything.
She goes to places with Sarathy in search of her husband. In once place she finds out that her husband has resigned 2 weeks prior to her coming to India. She also visits the head of a mosque where he tries really hard to find her husband but is soon after murdered. She continuously searches for her husband in various places, and at one point the police inspector proposes that Anaamika should have an affair with him at his guesthouse, and in return he’d find her husband. Anaamika rejects him, and at the same time that the inspector had told Anaamika to come to his guest house, he is mysteriously murdered. The reason was believed to be because they knew where Anaamika’s husband was.
The police find out that Anaamika is hiding something and tell Sarathy to lay off of her. As Anaamika was getting closer to revealing a plot of conspiracy, she was expected to be the third murder victim. A CBI officer Pasupathy, who was investigating the bomb blast, tells Anaamika that her husband resembles a terrorist named Milan Damji, who was the main cause for the bomb blast in Chennai, but she is able to justify that her husband was with her when the bomb blast took place. That night, the murderer comes to kill Anaamika. Stung by bees, he runs away.
Amongst all of these clues and confusing circumstances, how Anaamika finds her husband and what the truth is makes up the rest of the story.
Directed by Sekhar Kammula
Produced by Deepak Dhar, Sameer Gogate, Rajnish Khanuja & Sameer Rajendran
Screenplay by Sujoy Ghosh (original screenplay) Sekhar Kammula (adapted screenplay)
Story by Sujoy Ghosh & Advaita Kala
Based on Kahaani by Sujoy Ghosh
Starring Nayantara, Pasupathy, Vaibhav Reddy, Harshvardhan Rane
Music by M. M. Keeravani
Cinematography Vijay C. Kumar
Edited by Marthand K. Venkatesh
Production Logline Productions & Select Media Holdings
Distributed by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
Release dates 1 May 2014
Running time 145 minutes
Language Telugu / Tamil
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