Seethakoka Chilaka Trailer

Seethakoka Chilaka Trailer (1981)

01 January 1981 Romance, Foreign 140 mins

Seethakoka Chiluka is a 1981 Telugu language film directed by Bharathiraja. It is a remake of Bharathiraja's Tamil film Alaigal Oivathillai. Karthik Muthuraman reprised his role from the original film. Aruna Mucherla did female lead character. The film has received a Swarna (Gold) Nandi Award for Best Feature Film.

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India 01 January 1981

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