Kunukkitta Kozhi Trailer

Kunukkitta Kozhi Trailer (1992)

12 June 1992 Drama, Comedy

Jagadish is a poor man who gets by any way possible in life. At a job interview place he get a tip that the manager is a big cricket fan. So , Jagadish pretends to be one , but it backfires when the appointed manager does not come in and his father who hates cricket does the interview and he does not get the job. A woman pretends to be Jagadish's wife for her interview, to get sympathy for having a cricket crazed husband and gets the job. Jagadish finds out and demands 1/3 the payment every week from her for getting the job , by saying he was her husband. The rest of the story forms how they fight over the job/payment and the hilarious situations that happens when their lives intersect.

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Cast

Jagadish

as Unnikrishnan

Siddique

as Viswanathan

Parvathy

as Indumathy

Rupini

as Swarnalatha

Philomina

as Indumathy's Grandma

Crew

Viji Thamby

Director

International Releases Dates

India 12 June 1992

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