Enga Amma Rani

Synopsis: When one of her daughters dies and the second one is diagnosed with the same illness, single mom in Malaysia takes her to a hill station, where the girl stars behaving mysteriously.
Genre: Action
 
IMDB:
6.2
Year:
2017
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All the lives ever lived,

Are contained in one word:

And that one word, Is 'Mother'.

Good morning, uncle.

- Good morning, dear.

Have you eaten, uncle?

Not yet, Tara.

I'm not Tara. I'm Meera.

Hey, don't lie.

See, I knew it!

Mom, the bus...

Okay, uncle. Bye.

Bye, uncle. Bye, mom. - See you.

Careful.

I haven't received any new

information about your husband.

In fact, we've been updating you about

it for the last couple of weeks.

He travelled to Cambodia

on your company's work.

How could you not know?

We're talking to our

Cambodia office everyday.

They've filed a complaint

with the local police there.

If we receive any news, we'll

surely get in touch with you.

Is this your answer?

What else do you

expect us to do?

After moving from

Malaysia to Cambodia, he

spoke to you over

phone for two months.

The past ten days you haven't

heard anything about him?

Yes, sir.

We could have helped you if

he went missing in Malaysia.

He's gone missing in Cambodia.

What can we do?

Even you can't do anything,

then what can I do?

You're an Indian.

So, go to the Indian

High Commission.

Explain your situation.

Only they can help you.

Tulasi...

Yes?

Please come.

Where are you from?

I'm from Siruthaiyur,

near Kanchipuram.

When did you move to Malaysia?

- It's been eight years now.

Why did you get married in

Malaysia, and not in India?

Sathya and I fell in

love back in college.

But both our families

were against it.

Sathya got a job and

moved to Malaysia.

Then he made me move here as marrying

in India would cause problems.

So we got married here.

Our marriage affected our

families very badly.

But at that point, Sathya was

the most important thing to me.

Sathya's family was

furious with him, too.

We knew Sathya's uncle would

create trouble at my home...

Sathya consoled his

uncle over the phone.

We slowly started losing hope about

our families getting together.

We decided to go back to India only

after they approve of our marriage.

We haven't gone there yet.

Okay. We'll do our level best.

In any case, submit a report at the

Cambodian High Commission Office.

Hello?

I don't know, Durga.

I haven't stopped trying.

I just reported it at the

Cambodian High Commission.

How is everyone there?

We're all fine.

I came to mom's

place this morning.

How is Tarun?

- He's doing real good.

Mom is just feeding him now.

Will you listen to me?

Offlate I'm listening to

everything you say. Tell me.

I am sure he will return.

You should come back

home until then.

You're struggling alone

with the children.

You think I'm

enjoying life here?

I won't come back to

India without Sathya.

Good morning, sister.

- Good morning, Tulasi.

Good morning. - Good morning.

Go make some coffee for me.

What? Coffee?

Or even tea would do!

Jogging isn't enough.

If you want to stay slim, you should

do some household chores like me.

Where are you off to?

Sathya's manager had

asked me to come.

I'm sure he has good news.

How are you travelling?

- By cab.

You have a car at home,

and you're taking a cab?

Learn to drive, Tulasi.

That's the first thing on

my agenda, when he returns.

It's late. I need to get going.

Bye. - Bye.

Welcome.

Have a seat.

How are you?

I am doing good, sir.

Well... what is it?

It's been three months.

We haven't heard

anything about Sathya.

His visa is also about

to expire next month.

Without his presence, we

can't extend the visa.

I'm sure he will return. Can't

we do it after he's back?

We can extend his visa after he's back.

That's not a problem.

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