Theatrical release poster
|Produced by||M. G. Sekar|
|Written by||Gokula Krishnan (dialogues)|
|Edited by||T. R. Shekar|
M. G. Pictures
|Distributed by||M. G. Pictures|
|13 November 1993|
Chidambaram, a newly appointed school teacher, stays in an allegedly haunted house. He comes to an agreement living with the ghost of the house, Shivakami, who actually pretends as a ghost to him. The relationship builds on and both end up in love. Climax is an unexpected tragedy.
Release and reception
Kilipetchu Ketkava was released on 13 November 1993 as a part of Deepavali. The Indian Express wrote the day before, "The script is ingenious, is constantly engaging and makes the film a delight to watch".
|Soundtrack album by |
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|1.||"Adichu Viratuven"||Vaali||Mano, Surendar||4:08|
|2.||"Anbe Vaa Arugile" (Female)||Vaali||S. Janaki||5:08|
|3.||"Anbe Vaa Arugile"||Vaali||K. J. Yesudas||5:08|
|4.||"Sivakami Ninaipilae"||Vaali||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki||5:02|
|5.||"Vanthadhu Vanthadhu"||Vaali||S. Janaki & Chorus||3:57|
- "Kili Petchu Ketkava (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)". amazon.com. Retrieved 27 November 2013.
- "Kili Petchu Ketka Vaa". hummaa.com. Retrieved 27 November 2013.
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