Veetula Raman Veliyila Krishnan

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Veetula Raman Veliyila Krishnan
Directed byManivannan
Written byManivannan
Story byKodi Ramakrishna
Produced byPanchu Arunachalam
M. R. Krishnamurthy
Edited byK. Kesavakumar
Music byIlaiyaraaja
Panchu Movies
Distributed byPanchu Movies
Release date
  • 13 June 1983 (1983-06-13)
Running time
128 minutes

Veetula Raman Veliyila Krishnan (transl. Rama at home, Krishna outdoors) is a 1983 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by Manivannan and produced by Panchu Arunachalam. The film stars Sivakumar, Radhika, Suhasini and M. R. Krishnamurthy. The film had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja.[1][2] The film was a remake of the Telugu film Intlo Ramayya Veedilo Krishnayya.


Rajasekar (Sivakumar) arrives in a small village as the government contractor to build a new road and is invited to stay at Kallapetti Singaram's home. His daughter Jayalakshmi (Radhika), has a short temper and is initially upset at having to give up her room for the guest. She and Rajasekar eventually fall in love with the prodding of Jaya's neighbor Chitti (Suhasini). The two marry and move to the city where they rent a home from prominent businessman Subba Rao (M. R. Krishnamurthy). He's widely seen as a pious, generous man but that is an elaborate act. Subba Rao is a rapist and womanizer that uses his saintly image as a cloak to cover his misdeeds. Rajasekar and Jaya are generally very happy together but she often gets jealous of his friendships with women. Although he's never cheated, Rajasekar in turn teases her and feeds into Jaya's insecurities. Chitti runs away from the village with a man who claimed to be in loveR with her but has stolen her jewelry and abandoned her pregnant. Rajasekar runs into her in the city and arranges accommodations for her. He doesn't tell Jaya as he thinks she'll disapprove. Once she finds out, she is understanding of his good intentions but asks him to send Chitti home. He agrees but realizes she would not be welcomed back and that she's too naïve to truly comprehend the enormity of her situation. Rajasekar asks Subba Rao to house Chitti until he can plan out a more permanent solution. Subba Rao attempts to take advantage of the situation by attempting to rape Chitti but is stopped by Rajasekar. He retaliates by spinning a tale of a torrid affair between Chitti and Rajasekar to Jaya. Given her doubts as well as Rajasekar's lies, Jaya believes this to be true and separates from him. Rajasekar now must overcome Subba Rao's machinations to reunite with Jaya and help Chitti find a good life.



The music was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. Lyrics by Panchu Arunachalam and Gangai Amaran [3]

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 "Aathu Pakkam" S. P. Sailaja, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Gangai Amaran 04:28
2 "Manamum Gunamum" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Panchu Arunachalam 04:33
3 "Veetula Raman" Malaysia Vasudevan 03:58
4 "Yennamma Kobam" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam 04:15


  1. ^ "Veetula Raman Veliyila Krishnan". Retrieved 16 November 2014.
  2. ^ "Veetula Raman Veliyila Krishnan". Retrieved 16 November 2014.
  3. ^ "Veetula Raman Veliyila Krishnan Songs". Retrieved 16 December 2014.

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