Nee Enge En Anbe Movie Review

Film: Nee Enge En Anbe
Starring: Nayantara, Vaibhav Reddy, Pasupathy, Harshavardhan Rane
Director: Sekhar Kammula
Producer: Endemol India Banner, Viacom18
Banner: Endemol India Banner, Viacom18
Music: Keeravani MM
Rating: 3/5

Cinediary brings you Nee Enge En Anbe Movie Review this week. Checkout Sekhar Kammula, Nayanatara combo film Nee Enge En Anbe review.


NRI Anaamika [Nayantara] flies to Hyderabad and heads straight to police station to file a missing complaint of her husband Ajay Swaminathan [Harshavardhan Rane]. Though the police don’t take her seriously, one young cop Saradhi [Vaibhav] helps her. While the duo tries to trace the case clearing the hurdles and getting the clues, they get to know that the National Security and anti terrorist Squad is involved in it. Anamika finds out that Ajay Swaminathan’s name is linked with Milan Damji, who is a dreaded terrorist. What does Anaamika do? Is Ajay really terrorist? How does she overcome hurdles and reach her goal forms rest.


Being a heroine-centric film, Nayanatara has large scope for performance and the actress delivers a neat and classy performance. She does the role in her style and justifies Anaamika characterization.

Vaibhav is quite impressive in his roles as Sarathi, Pasupathy as Khan is convincing, Harshavardan Rane is justifying in his brief role and others are adequate.

Technical Analysis:

Sekhar Kammula for the first time wielded the megaphone for a remake film that too a suspense thriller and yes he scores in direction. Though this is his first Tamil film he has billed it well, while screenplay could have been much racier in first half.

Among the technicalities, MM Keeravani scores big. The background score is the biggest asset of Nee Enge En Anbe. Despite slow proceedings, Keeravani has taken the film to another level.

Cinematography is on top-notch, Dialogues are crisp and neat. Production values are good. Editing could have been crispier in initial hour. There are few scenes that look repetitive in the first half and editing could’ve been better in this hour.


Despite the fact that Nee Enge En Anbe is Sekhar's first remake and thriller, he has executed some of the emotional scenes quite impressively including the climax. Like all other Sekhar Kammula films, Nee Enge En Anbe doesn’t rotate around youthful scenes or romance, but the director makes it a neat package.

Entire crew has done an impressive work including cinematography and music. Though the first half of the film moves at a slow pace, it’s the second half you’ll be glued to screens for its racy screenplay. Also, Sekhar could have revealed on how Nayan gets to know about Milan Damji or what happened to Hard disk and what is in it.

The run time is also an added advantage for Nee Enge En Anbe. Despite many implemented changes, few of the crucial twists in Kahaani and Nee Enge En Anbe remain similar.

Final Verdict: Worth watching classy suspense thriller...
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