Soon after, Vivek heads to America after he gets a job offer. He then gets an opportunity to come back to India few years later and decides to meet Neha once again and manages to find her address. Upon arriving at her place, he notices her keeping a distance from and not mingling as she used to before. A maid along with her daughter are also living with Neha in her home. Realizing that he doesn't belong there, a heartbroken Vivek decides to leave the place.
In the meantime, the servant's daughter is attracted to Vivek and is convinced she has fallen in love with him. The servant lady then says that she has a job out of town to tend to and advises her daughter to stay overnight with Neha. On the other hand, Neha is in an intoxicated state that night and says she is going to slash her wrists. Vivek realizing the situation getting out of hand attempts to get the knife off Neha's hands and in turn ends up spilling the liquor she was holding all over her. She too falls asleep after this and Vivek decides to get her cleaned up and soon after leaves the place. The rest of the story revolves around what happens to Neha next and what ever happened to her husband along with the answer to whether Vivek helps in solving her problems.
Vivek Sekar has done a commendable job as a heartbroken lover by performing as required for the role. Even when she's depressed, Neha Saxena looks hot and oozes sensuality throughout the course of the film. Other artistes in the film have done a decent job.
Although SR Balaji has attempted to make a film that has commercial elements such as love, friendship and glamor, he falls short on the screenplay front and has faltered by placing several unnecessary scenes. David Bharath Kumar's songs are average and scores top points in the background score department. Rathan Santhavath's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has shot the film in an amicable manner.
In short, Nee Enna Maayam Seidhai needs improvement.