Nee Enthan Vaanam
Nee Enthan Vaanam (English: You are my sky) is a 2000 Tamil thriller film directed by R. K. Suresh. The film features Vignesh, Reshma and Charan Raj in lead roles, with Vadivelu, Rocky, Telephone Satyanarayana, Bhaskar, Kumarimuthu and Omakuchi Narasimhan playing supporting roles. The film, produced by N. Babu Rao and V. Udaya Kumar, had musical score by Sangeetha Rajan and was released on 22 December 2000.
The film begins with three terrorists robbing an armoured government van full of cash, in the process, they kill the police officers in the vehicle. The police department is now looking for the three culprits, the police even set monetary reward offered to whoever catches the wanted criminals. Prakash (Rocky), the head of the terrorist group, has no choice but to take refuge in Pasumalai forest with his partners Siva and Guna. According to a reliable source, the police department under the orders of Sathya (Vignesh) and Alex Pandian (Charan Raj) set a camp in the forest. Sathya is an upright and calm sub-inspector while Alex Pandian is a disrespectful inspector. In Pasumalai forest, a small tribal group lives there and the tribe welcomes the police force with respect.
Thereafter, Sathya falls in love at first sight with the tribal girl Meenu (Reshma), Meenu eventually accepts his love. In the meantime, the tribal women are mysteriously killed one by one the night. Sathya first suspects Alex Pandian (Charan Raj), who has this irreverent attitude to women. Prakash who prowls around in the forest has an eye on the tribal women. Afterwards, Sathya finds a tree house in the middle of the forest and finds the killer’s personal diary.
In the past, Dheepan (Bhaskar), the killer, was a happily married man but he had sexual problems. His wife Megha then had an affair with his best friend, when he knew the matter, he killed both of them and was sentenced to life imprisonment. Dheepan managed to escape from jail, he then became a member of the tribe.
Dheepan next target is none other than Sathya’s lover Meenu. The rest of the story is how Sathya and Alex Pandian arrest the three terrorists and the misogynist psychopath Deepan.
The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Sangeetha Rajan. The soundtrack, released in 2000, features 6 tracks with lyrics written by Piraisoodan and Mayil.