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Directed by Dayaram Dahal
Produced by Drupada Bajagai Ram Krishna Bajgain
Story bySunita Bajgain
Starring Shiv Shrestha
Jal Shah
Niruta Singh
Sunil Thapa
Dayaram Dahal
CinematographySambhu Sapkota
Jaya Chamunda Mai Films
Distributed byJaya Chamunda Mai Films
Release date
1 November 1999 (Nepal)
Running time
138 min
Country Nepal
Language Nepali

Thuldai (Nepali : ठुल्दै, translation: Big Brother) is a 1999 Nepali film directed by Dayaram Dahal and features music by Shambhujeet Baskota. The film has a star cast that includes Jal Shah, Shiv Shrestha, Niruta Singh, and Sunil Thapa.



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