Yousaf Bokhari has acted as Line Producer and/or Unit Production Manager on film projects in Spain for a who's who list of premiere filmmakers. Titles include Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, Ridley Scott’s Exodus and The Councelor, F.F. Copolla’s Tetro, Carlos Saura’s Iberia, The Gunman with Sean Penn, Ken Loach’s Land and Freedom and Carla´s Song, John Malkovich’s The Dancer Upstairs, Paul Greengrass’s The Green Zone, Danis Tanovich’s Triage. Other titles include The World is Not Enough, The Welles Mystery, Asterix at the Olympic Games, Blueberry, Lucky Luke and the Daltons, Territorio Comanche, with directors such as Álex de la Iglesia, Daniel Monzón, Gerardo Herrero, Michael Apted, Jan Kounen, Paul McGuigan.
Yousaf is a member of the Board of the Spanish Film Academy. In 1982 he began his professional career as a feature film assistant director. Yousaf started alternating this position with that of production manager in 1995, to eventually dedicate himself fully to the latter, in both Spanish as well as international productions. He has also worked on TV series and countless TV commercials.