|Directed by||I. Sasi|
|Produced by||Sherly Joseph, Sivachandvyde|
|Written by||Suraj Dev|
|Screenplay by||I. Sasi|
|Music by||Berny Ignatius|
|Cinematography||Utpal V. Nayanar|
Thudakkam is a 2004 Indian Malayalam film, directed by I. Sasi and produced by Sherly Joseph and Sivachandvyde.The film stars Siddhique and Saikumar in lead roles. The film had a musical score by Berny-Ignatius.
The music was composed by Berny-Ignatius.
|1.||"Amme Ennoru"||Sujatha Mohan||Kaithapram|
|2.||"Chirichenne Kudukkiya Midukkanalle"||K. S. Chithra, Karthik||Kaithapram|
|3.||"Kochiyilum Kandilla"||Afsal, Chorus||Kaithapram|
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