Kili Poyi

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Kili Poyi
Directed by Vinay Govind
Produced by Siby Thottupuram
Joby Mundamattom
Screenplay by Joseph Kurian
Vivek Ranjit
Vinay Govind
Starring Asif Ali
Aju Varghese
Sampath Raj
Sreejith Ravi
Music by Rahul Raj
Cinematography Pradheesh M. Varma
Edited by Mahesh Narayan
SJM Entertainment
Distributed by SJM Entertainment
Release dates
  • 1 March 2013 (2013-03-01)
Running time
76 minutes
Country India
Language Malayalam

Kili Poyi is a Malayalam stoner film directed by debutant Vinay Govind, a former associate of V. K. Prakash. The film stars Asif Ali, Aju Varghese, Sampath Raj, Raveendran, Samata Agrawal, Sabreen Baker, Sandra Thomas, Sreejith Ravi, Joju & Mridul Nair in major roles.[1] The film features music and background score composed by Rahul Raj.

Plot summary[edit]

Chacko and Hari are two young ad professionals who are fed up with their boss (Sandra Thomas) and her tantrums. They decide to take a break and head to Goa, where Chacko ends up meeting a beautiful foreigner (Sabreen Baker). The rest of the story revolves around their return from Goa, a mysterious bag and an extremely angry boss. Chacko & Hari is played by Asif Ali and Aju.



The principal photography commenced in December and was completed in mid-January, with Bangalore being the primary location.

The film is produced by SJM Entertainment Ltd and written by Joseph Kurian, Vivek Ranjit & Vinay Govind. Pradheesh M. Varma has helmed the camera for this one with editor Mahesh Narayan. Art direction has been handled by M. Bawa, who has also done a small role in the film. Costumes has been handled by Siji Thomas while make-up has been taken care of by Rasheed Ahmed. The production controller for the film is Noble Jacob.

Kili poyi was tagged an 'A' Certificate.

Release and reception[edit]

The movie was released on 1 March 2013. Paresh C. Palicha of gave the film a rating of 3/5, saying the film is enjoyable.[2]


All music is composed, arranged and produced by Rahul Raj. The Hindu identified Kili Poyi as a song that was well liked in 2013.[3] Rahul Raj's background score was described as having a "freshness" and "funk".[4]


Original songs

No. Title Performer(s) Length
1. "Kili Poyi"   Rahul Raj, Vinay Govind  
2. "Kattil Payum"   Sricharan, Yasin Nizar  

Original background score

No. Title Performer(s) Length
1. "Kili Poyi - Opening Theme"   Rahul Raj  
2. "Off to Goa"   Rahul Raj  
3. "Beautiful Girl"   Rahul Raj  
4. "8'inte Pani"   Rahul Raj, Joslee Lonely Doggy [Rap]  
5. "Bad Bad Feeling"   Rahul Raj, Jecin George, Aloshya Peter  
6. "Psytrance Party"   Rahul Raj, Jecin George  
7. "Disco Douglas, Alavalathi Shaji & The Kolla Sangam"   Rahul Raj  
8. "Manali Cream"   Rahul Raj, Aloshya Peter, Rex George  
9. "Imma Doped"   Rahul Raj, Aloshya Peter, Jecin George, Joslee Lonely Doggy [Rap]  
10. "The Chase"   Rahul Raj, Prashanth John, Joslee Lonely Doggy [Rap]  
11. "Don Pandey Theme"   Rahul Raj, Prashanth John  
12. "Jomol a.k.a Jo"   Rahul Raj, Rex George  
13. "Shades of Kili Poyi"   Rahul Raj