Ustaad (1999 film)

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Ustaad (English: Master; Malayalam: ഉസ്താദ്) is a 1999 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by Sibi Malayil and written by Ranjith, who also produced the film with Shaji Kailas.wikipedia
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Indraja (actress)

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The film co-stars Indraja, Divyaa Unni, Narendra Prasad, N. F. Varghese, and Vineeth.
She was also cast alongside Mohanlal in the 1999 film Ustaad and Mammootty in Chronic Bachelor.

Ranjith (director)

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Ustaad (English: Master; Malayalam: ഉസ്താദ്) is a 1999 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by Sibi Malayil and written by Ranjith, who also produced the film with Shaji Kailas.
In 1999, Ranjith and Shaji Kailas produced the film Ustaad, directed by Sibi Malayil, starring Mohanlal.

Narendra Prasad

The film co-stars Indraja, Divyaa Unni, Narendra Prasad, N. F. Varghese, and Vineeth. Padmaja has fallen in love with her friend and dance teacher Nandan (Vineeth), who is the son of Koliyodan Shekharan (Narendra Prasad), a businessman who has not been doing so well, mainly because of the extravagant lifestyle of his older son Koliyodan Giri (Saikumar).
His hit films include Thalastaanam, Utsavamelam, Paithrukam, Sthalathe Pradhana Payyans, Ekalavyan, Yaadhavam, Aaram Thamburan, Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakalathu, Njangal Santhushtaranu, Ustaad, Vazhunnor, One Man Show, and Susanna.

Rajeev (Tamil actor)

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Rajeev as Yousuf Shah
He has also appeared in Malayalam language with hit films Ustaad, Elavamkodu Desam, F.I.R, Sathyam and Collector.

Alter ego

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The plot follows Parameshwaran (Mohanlal), a soft-spoken businessman, who leads a dual life as an underworld don named Ustaad.
The Malayalam movie Ustaad written by Ranjith and directed by Sibi Malayil and starring Mohanlal has a theme of alter ego.

Sibi Malayil

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Ustaad (English: Master; Malayalam: ഉസ്താദ്) is a 1999 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by Sibi Malayil and written by Ranjith, who also produced the film with Shaji Kailas.

Janardhanan (actor)

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Before he goes back he sends his people Sami (Janardhanan) and Sethu (Ganesh Kumar) to Yousuf shah associates where he wants to withdraw his share.
149) Ustaad (1999) .... Swamy

Vineeth

The film co-stars Indraja, Divyaa Unni, Narendra Prasad, N. F. Varghese, and Vineeth. Padmaja has fallen in love with her friend and dance teacher Nandan (Vineeth), who is the son of Koliyodan Shekharan (Narendra Prasad), a businessman who has not been doing so well, mainly because of the extravagant lifestyle of his older son Koliyodan Giri (Saikumar).

Divyaa Unni

The film co-stars Indraja, Divyaa Unni, Narendra Prasad, N. F. Varghese, and Vineeth. Back in Kozhikode, his hometown, Ustaad is merely Parameshwaran, an adorable brother, and guardian to his younger sister Padmaja (Divya Unni).

Vani Viswanath

Varsha (Vani Viswanath), a newly appointed police commissioner, does not like Parameshwaran.
28) Ustaad (1999) .... Police Commissioner Varsha

Shaji Kailas

Shaji Khailas
Ustaad (English: Master; Malayalam: ഉസ്താദ്) is a 1999 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by Sibi Malayil and written by Ranjith, who also produced the film with Shaji Kailas.
Ustaad

Innocent (actor)

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Innocent as Kunji Palu

Saikumar (actor)

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Padmaja has fallen in love with her friend and dance teacher Nandan (Vineeth), who is the son of Koliyodan Shekharan (Narendra Prasad), a businessman who has not been doing so well, mainly because of the extravagant lifestyle of his older son Koliyodan Giri (Saikumar).

Sudheesh

Sudheesh as Husband of Yousaf Shah's sister (Jomol)

Malayalam

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Ustaad (English: Master; Malayalam: ഉസ്താദ്) is a 1999 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by Sibi Malayil and written by Ranjith, who also produced the film with Shaji Kailas.

Action film

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Ustaad (English: Master; Malayalam: ഉസ്താദ്) is a 1999 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by Sibi Malayil and written by Ranjith, who also produced the film with Shaji Kailas.

Mohanlal

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The plot follows Parameshwaran (Mohanlal), a soft-spoken businessman, who leads a dual life as an underworld don named Ustaad.

N. F. Varghese

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The film co-stars Indraja, Divyaa Unni, Narendra Prasad, N. F. Varghese, and Vineeth.

Mafia Sasi

When Sulaiman (Mafia Sasi), Yousuf's manager, creates a problem, Ustad come directly and beats him and takes the money.

Kozhikode

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Back in Kozhikode, his hometown, Ustaad is merely Parameshwaran, an adorable brother, and guardian to his younger sister Padmaja (Divya Unni).

K. B. Ganesh Kumar

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Before he goes back he sends his people Sami (Janardhanan) and Sethu (Ganesh Kumar) to Yousuf shah associates where he wants to withdraw his share.

Maniyanpilla Raju

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Maniyanpilla Raju as Advocate