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Thoma Kandamchadi & Family

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Thoma Kandamchadi & Family
Written byShaiju Vattakunnathu , Abhilash kochupurackal, Chandu Cirayil, Teenu Chirayil
Directed byAbhilash Kochupurackal
  • Sudheesh Scaria
  • Leena George
  • Roshan Palatty l
  • Vivik Irumbuzhi
Country of originCanada, India, England
Original language(s)Malayalam
Producer(s)Frame Productions
CinematographyRoshan Mathews, Abhilash Kochupurackal
Editor(s)Abhilash Kochupurackal

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Thoma Kandamchadi & Family is a Malayalam comedy web series by Frame Productions. It was released to YouTube on 10 January 2019. Malayalam is a official language in Kerala[1]


Thoma and his wife Maria are immigrants who are settled in Canada. Thoma's greatest passion is to do video and photos and to become famous among his community and is lazy to do a regular Job. His wife Maria works as a nurse and is the sole bread winner of the family. This web series is directed by Abhilash Kochupurackal. His previous malayalam short film Canadian Thaaravukal was released in Telus world of science|Edmonton|Alberta. Sajay sebastian who was the co producer of malayalam movie uncle which had a rating of 4/5 [2] <gallery> <gallery>

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  • Sudheesh Scaria as Thoma Kandamchadi
  • Leena George as Maria
  • Roshan Palatty as Roshan owner of "chakka"channel
  • Vivik Irumbuzhi as Tintumon
  • Richey Annet Stanley as Sonia
  • Hubert as Eldo
  • Sreedharan Nair as Sasi Muthalali
  • Bineesh Pillai as Tik Tok Suku
  • Alex Paikada as DJ

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  1. "Malayalam official Language". The Hindu News. Retrieved 23 April 2019. |Authors list= missing |1= (help)
  2. "Uncle malayalam movie review". Times of India. 28 April 2018. Retrieved 23 April 2019. |Authors list= missing |1= (help)

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