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Anamika Has Been Shot Separately In Tamil, Telugu: Sekhar Kammula

Updated: Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 13:03 [IST]

Filmmaker Sekhar Kammula has clarified that the Southern remake of Hindi film Kahaani, titled Anamika has been separately shot in Telugu as well as Tamil, and that it has not been dubbed from one language to the other. He has refuted rumours that the film was shot in Telugu and then dubbed in Tamil as Nee Enge En Anbe. Actress Nayantara steps into the shoes of Vidya Balan in the remake.

Sekhar Kammula is currently busy promoting the movie Anamika in both Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. In an interview to IANS, the director told, "We shot the film separately in Tamil and Telugu. The Tamil version has not been dubbed from Telugu as it is being speculated. Nayantara plays two different characters in both versions of the film. In Telugu, she plays a hacker, while in the Tamil version she plays a Tamil Brahmin."

Anamika Shot Separately In Tamil, Telugu: Sekhar

Both Tamil and Telugu versions of the film Kahaani are slated for release worldwide on Thursday. The film also features Vaibhav Reddy, Harshvardhan Rane and Pasupathy in important roles. Sekhar Kammula added, "Hyderabad becomes the backdrop of both the films because it adds a mystery element in the story. Moreover, the Tamil version is longer by four minutes vis-a-vis the Telugu version."

Topics: anamika, nee enge en anbe, sekhar kammula, kahaani, nayantara
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Story first published:  Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 12:12 [IST]
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