Uppukandam Brothers

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Uppukandam Brothers
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Directed by T. S. Suresh Babu
Screenplay by Kaloor Dennis
Story byThommichan Neendoor
Produced byMaruthi Pictures
Starring Jagadish
Captain Raju
Mohan Raj
Babu Antony
Rajan P. Dev
Jagathy Sreekumar
Cinematography J. Williams
Edited by K. Sankunni
Music by S. P. Venkatesh
Distributed byMaruthi Pictures
Release date
  • 5 October 1993 (1993-10-05)
Running time
137 min
Language Malayalam

Uppukandam Brothers is a 1993 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by T. S. Suresh Babu and written by Kaloor Dennis from a story by Thommichan Neendoor. It stars Jagadish, Captain Raju, Mohan Raj, Babu Antony, Baiju Santhosh, Geetha, Maathu, Siddique, Rajan P. Dev, Prathapachandran, and Jagathy Sreekumar. The film gave a breakthrough for Babu Antony's career. [1] The background score was composed by S. P. Venkatesh. A sequel, Uppukandam Brothers: Back in Action was released in 2011.




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