Ente (film)

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Ente
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Directed by Rajesh Touchriver
Produced by Sunitha krishnan
Starring Siddique
Anjali Patil
Lakshmi Menon
Nina Kurup
Music by Sharreth
Background Score :
Shantanu Moitra
Cinematography Ramathulasi
Edited by Donmax
Release date
  • 4 January 2013 (2013-01-04)
Country India
Language Malayalam

Ente (Malayalam: എന്റെ; English: my or mine; Hindi: मेरा) is a 2013 Malayalam film co-produced, written and directed by Rajesh Touchriver. It features Siddique, Anjali Patil, Lakshmi Menon, Rathna Shekar Reddy and Neena Kurup. [1] The soundtrack was composed by Sharreth,the background score was provided by Shantanu Moitra. The film was simultaneously produced in Telugu as Na Bangaaru Talli.[2] [3]

Plot[edit]

Provocative, shocking and surprisingly tender amidst an explosion of unbridled emotions, "Ente…"(Mine…) explores the consequences of sex trafficking, testing the vulnerability of trust in human relations. Srinivas(Siddiq) is a wonderful and devoted father to Durga(Anjali Patil), and he provides her the best. Working in the city and maintaining his family in a small town works well for him for years. One day everything is shattered when Durga comes unannounced to the city to appear for an interview concerning her college admission. Durga’s life is brutally torn apart as Srinivas wrestles with grief, remorse, self-pity and guilt. Ente marks the Malayalam debut feature for Anjali Patil. The filmmaker Rajesh Touchriver of the "In the name of Buddha" fame has specialized in innovative pictures that takes challenging risks.[4] The film stars Siddiq, Anjali Patil, Lakshmi Menon, Ratnashekhar, Anup Arvindan, Nina Kurup, Warren Joseph and Sunil Kudvattoor. The cinematography is by the very talented Ramathulasi with Rajiv Nair as the art director. Don Max is the editor. The background score is composed by Shantanu Moitra of the ‘Three Idiots’ fame.[5] [6]

Critical reception[edit]

Rasheed of tikkview.com gives 4/5 for this movie and in his review it says that "Ente is a gritty gruelling story that will stay with you and make you feel extremely uncomfortable about the society of which you are a part of. Cinema has always been a medium for a momentary escape from reality, but Ente is not some fictitious piece of work that you will forget after sometime"[2][4] [5]

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