Guddi (1961 film)

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Directed by Jugal Kishore
Produced by Chanan Oberoi
Vasdev Madan
Written by Aziz Kashmiri
Starring Daljeet
Madan Puri
Music by Hansraj Behl
Release date
  • 1961 (1961)
Country India
Language Punjabi

Guddi (Punjabi: ਗੁੱਡੀ) is a 1961 Punjabi film directed by Jugal Kishore,[1][2][3] starring Daljeet, Nishi,[1][2] Madan Puri, Khairati, Wasti and more.


The station master, Khushi Ram, gets retired from railway and a new station master, Chaman Lal, joins who soon fell in love with Khushi Ram's daughter, Guddi. Khushi Ram's friend, Nihala - a suspended guard of railway, knows that and want them to get married. Another girl, Gulabo, is also in love with Chaman Lal and expresses her love but he feels sorry for her. A proud person of the village, Namberdaar, also want to marry Guddi and on knowing about Chaman and Guddi's love, he have a fight with Chaman. In the fight Chaman got unconscious due to falling on something that hits his head. Taking advantage of the moment Namberdaar takes the keys of the safe from his pocket and, taking Gulabo with him, steals money from his office's governmental safe. Thus he make Chaman arrested and asks Guddi that he will save him if she is ready to marry him. Guddi, for his love's safety, says yes. At the end, on Nihala's request, Gulabo reveals the truth to the police and gets Chaman free. Thus finally, the lovers meets.


A noted music director, Hansraj Behl, composed the music.[1][2] Aziz Kashmiri and Varma Malik penned the lyrics for playback singers Mohammad Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar and Shamshad Begum.[1][2] Guddi remains famous for its lilting songs, and it is one of the movies where Bollywood legends lent their voice. An all-time hit is Pyar de bhulekhe kinne sohne sohne aa gaye which was sung by Mohammad Rafi and Lata Mangeshkar.


Actor/Actress Role
Daljeet Chaman Lal (station master)
Nishi Guddi
Madan Puri Namberdaar
Wasti Nihala (former guard)
Khairati Mehnga

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "GUDDI". Retrieved 18 April 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d Guddi - Part 1 on YouTube
  3. ^ "Upperstall Review". Retrieved 18 April 2012. 

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