Director Sekhar Kammula seems to have ignored the fact that it's a Tamil film and has used too many Telugu dialogues, much to the disgust of the audience.
Film: "Nee Enge En Anbe";
Cast: Nayantara, Vaibhav Reddy, Pasupathy, Harshvardhan Rane and Naresh;
Director: Sekhar Kammula;
Sekhar Kammula, known for churning out light-hearted campus love stories, treads a path no other filmmaker would dare to walk on. In this process, he attempts to prove himself in a genre one could never imagine to see him make films in.
Although he struggles to emerge victorious on the chosen path, he makes us take notice his willingness to go against the grain with the Tamil remake of Bollywood film "Kahaani", titled "Ne Enge En Anbe". This is not a solid remake of one of the best thrillers in Indian cinema, yet there are moments that will persuade you to watch it.
You know for a fact that Kammula never tried to capitalize on the success of "Kahaani" because he decided not to include the pregnancy part in his story, but he still manages to surprise viewers with something equally unpredictable (as long as you don't pay attention to details).