|Avan Chandiyude Makan|
|Written by||Babu Janardhanan|
|Produced by||Nirmal Roy G M|
|Starring|| Prithviraj Sukumaran |
|Music by||Sanjeev Lal|
Avan Chandiyude Makan is a 2007 Indian Malayalam-language film produced by Nirmal Roy G M, written by Babu Janardhanan and directed by Thulasidas. The film stars Prithviraj Sukumaran and Vijayaraghavan with a musical score by Sanjeev Lal. This film was released along with the Tamil film Pokkiri .   
Chandy, an adamant, unsocial father of a Christian family that lives in Central Travancore, is against the new thinking of the new generation in the family.
The music was composed by Sanjeev Lal and shot in Kochi and Karnataka. lyrics were written by Gireesh Puthenchery.
|No.||Song||Singers||Lyrics||Music director||Length (m:ss)|
|1||"Kuruthola"||Afsal, Sabitha, Shobha||Gireesh Puthenchery||Sanjeev Lal||4:04|
|2||"Maampoo Pookkum"||Jyotsna, Anwar Sadath||Gireesh Puthenchery||Sanjeev Lal||4:47|
|3||"Mantharakkolusitta"||M. G. Sreekumar, Sujatha Mohan||Gireesh Puthenchery||Sanjeev Lal||3:44|
|4||"Seenaimaamalakal Vaazhthum"||Adolf Jerome, P. V. Preetha||Gireesh Puthenchery||Sanjeev Lal||3:15|
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