Kashillatkeyum Jeevikkam is a 2002 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jose Puthussery and produced by Baiju Perumbavoor.The flim stars Agathy Sreekumar, Kalpana,Salim Kumar,Pradeep,Ajith & Rahul Rajwi in lead roles.The music of the film was composed by Shakeer Jackson.
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