Guru (1989 film)

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Guru
GuruMithun.jpg
Promotional Poster
Directed by Umesh Mehra
Produced by G. Venkateswaran
R.C.Prakash
Based onTamil film Kaakki Sattai
Starring Mithun Chakraborty
Sridevi
Shakti Kapoor
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Production
company
Shiv Shakthi Productions Pvt. Ltd. Madras
Release date
  • 24 February 1989 (1989-02-24)
Running time
165 min.
LanguageHindi
Budget Rs 5 Crores

Guru is a 1989 Indian Hindi-language film directed by Umesh Mehra, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Sridevi (in a dual role) and Shakti Kapoor. [1] [2] [3] The film was a major commercial success. Incidentally, after 18 years, Chakraborty worked in a 2007 film of the same name.

Contents

The film's plot is based on Kaakki Sattai starring Kamal Haasan, a 1985 Tamil hit. [4]

Summary

Gaurav Shankar Shrivastav aka Guru's ambition is to become an upright Police officer, but unluckily he is not getting selected. His sole strength is his lady love Uma. As Mithun's ambition fails, he turns to alcohol, dacoity, and thugism. He finally joins Manu's lethal gang to take revenge on the Police force, which blocked his ambition. Rama (Uma's lookalike), is Vicky's important gang member. One day, Vicky gets the confidential message about an undercover cop in his Gang.

Cast

Crew

Soundtrack

#TitleSinger(s)
1"I Am A Bad Girl" Shailendra Singh, Alisha Chinai
2"Ghayal Ghayal" Bappi Lahiri, S. Janaki
3"Jaiyo Na Jaiyo Na" Shailendra Singh, Lata Mangeshkar
4"Aai Aai Yo" Asha Bhosle
5"Daru Kharab" Kishore Kumar

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