Seethakoka Chiluka (2006 film)

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Seethakoka Chiluka/Ilavattam
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Film poster
Directed by A. R. Rajaraja
Starring Navdeep
Music by Mani Sharma
Cinematography A. Selva
Edited by Raja Mohammed
Release date
  • 29 September 2006 (2006-09-29)
Country India
Language Tamil

Seethakoka Chiluka is a Telugu movie directed by A. R. Rajaraja. Navdeep and Sheela play the lead roles. Adolescent dreams and desires form its theme.[1] The film was simultaneously made in Tamil as Ilavattam.


Cheenu (Navdeep) and Lakshmi (Sheela) study in the same school and fall in love. Her brother-in-law Prithviraj lusts after her and even tries to rape her in front of Cheenu. Somehow the lovers escape and seek protection from Collector Suhasini. She advices them to finish their studies before thinking about the marriage. Accordingly, Cheenu starts to study under the protection of police. As soon as the flashback is over, Prithviraj starts chasing Cheenu again with weapons and so it goes on till the tedious end.



  1. ^ "Ilavattam". Retrieved 2014-08-11. 

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