Kiliye Kiliye Lyrics [English Translation] — Aa Raathri | S. Janaki

“Kiliye Kiliye” is a heartwarming Malayalam song that carries with it the essence of pure, unadulterated love and affection. With the legendary S. Janaki lending her mesmerizing voice, this song is a timeless gem that resonates with both young and old alike.

Kiliye Kiliye Lyrics English Translation Aa Raathri

The lyrics, penned by Poovachal Khader, are a testament to the enduring bond between a parent and their child. The song beautifully describes the parent’s desire to see their child happy and carefree, much like a colorful and free-spirited bird that soars through the sky.

The song’s composition by the maestro Ilaiyaraaja is a melody that tugs at the heartstrings. It captures the innocence and joy of childhood and the love that parents hold for their little ones. The music is so evocative that it transports the listener to a world filled with laughter and playfulness.

AA RAATHRI MALAYALAM MOVIE · KILIYE KILIYE SONG LYRICS ENGLISH MEANING


Kiliye Kiliye Mani Mani Meghathoppil
Oh, lovely bird, you fly to the beautiful clouds,
Oru Malar Nullan Pookum Azhakin Azhake
To drink honey, oh, the charming one!

Uyarangaliloode Pala Nadukal Thedi
You fly high to different places…
Oru Kinnaram Moolum Kulirin Kulire
By crooning in a soothing way.

Kiliye Kiliye Mani Mani Meghathoppil
Oh, darling bird, you soar to the gorgeous skies…
Oru Malar Nullan Pookum Azhakin Azhake
To sip honey, oh, the lovely one!

Palazhi Pal Kori Sindoorappoo Thooki
Gusting through the ocean of milk and caressing the blossoming flowers…
Ponkuzhal Oothunnu Thennum Thennal
The breeze blew like a serenade…

Minimol Than Sakhi Aavan Kilimakale Kalamozhiye
To become Minimol’s friend, oh, lovely bird, come flying.
Marivil Oonjalil Aadi Nee Va Va
And swaying on the swings of the rainbow.

Kiliye Kiliye Mani Mani Meghathoppil
Oh sweet bird, you soar to the wonderful heavens,
Oru Malar Nullan Pookum Azhakin Azhake
To sip honey, oh, the endearing one!

Uyarangaliloode Pala Nadukal Thedi
You get to several locations by flying high in the sky.
Oru Kinnaram Moolum Kulirin Kulire
By singing in a calming tone.

Ninneppol Thazhathu Thathamma Kunjonnu
Along with you, a young one of a parrot
Konjanam Kattunnu Enne Nocki
made wry faces looking at me.

Minimol Than Chiri Kanan Kilimakale Niralazhame
To just see Minimol laughing, the charming bird came flying.
Ninnomal Ponthooval Onnu Nee Tha Tha
Can you give me at least one feather, from your vibrant plumage?

Kiliye Kiliye Mani Mani Meghathoppil
Sweet bird, you soar above the wonderful sky,
Oru Malar Nullan Pookum Azhakin Azhake
To sip honey, oh sweet one!

Uyarangaliloode Pala Nadukal Thedi
To several locations, you soar high…
Oru Kinnaram Moolum Kulirin Kulire
by making a calming murmur.

Kiliye Kiliye Mani Mani Meghathoppil
Oh, lovely bird, you fly to the beautiful clouds,
Oru Malar Nullan Pookum Azhakin Azhake
To drink honey, oh, the charming one!


Kiliye Kiliye Full Song | Aa Raathri

In the movie “Aa Raathri,” Mammootty and Poornima Bhagyaraj play the roles of doting parents Ravi and Indu. The song serves as a beautiful backdrop to their on-screen moments with their daughter, Minimol. It’s a touching portrayal of family love and togetherness.

Aa Raathri Film’s Kiliye Kiliye Music Video | Mammootty | Poornima Bhagyaraj

The lyrics also contain a sense of longing and a desire to connect with the pure and carefree spirit of childhood. The request for a feather from the vibrant bird’s plumage is symbolic of the wish to capture a piece of that innocent joy.

Kiliye Kiliye Song Details
Track Kiliye Kiliye
Movie Aa Raathri
Lead Singer S. Janaki
Songwriter Poovachal Khader;
Instrumentalist Ilaiyaraaja
Star Mammootty


The translation of the song’s lyrics into English allows a broader audience to appreciate the depth of emotion and love conveyed in the song. It’s a reminder that love between a parent and child transcends language barriers and touches the heart universally.

The lyrics of this song are now available in multiple Indian languages, including Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and more. To choose your preferred language, click on the translation (beta) button located at the bottom right corner.