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DVD cover
Directed by Prem Lalwani
Produced by Prem Lalwani
Written by Abrar Alvi
Starring Shah Rukh Khan
Manisha Koirala
Deepti Naval
Music by Naushad
Release date
  • 11 August 1995 (1995-08-11)
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 2 crore (US$310,000)[1]

Guddu (Hindi: गुड्डु, Urdu: گُڈو‎) is a 1995 Bollywood romance film written by Abrar Alvi and directed by Prem Lalwani. The movie stars Shah Rukh Khan, Manisha Koirala, Deepti Naval, Mukesh Khanna and Mehmood. Its music was composed by Naushad. The movie bombed at the box office despite featuring top actors of the time. Shahrukh was 29 years and Manisha 25 years old when the movie was released.


Guddu Bahadur (Shah Rukh Khan) is the only child in the Bahadur family, consisting of Advocate Vikram (Mukesh Khanna) and his wife, Kavita (Deepti Naval). While Kavita is a devout and a religious Hindu, Vikram is an atheist. Guddu and Salina Gupta (Manisha Koirala) are in love. One day while driving, they have an accident and Salina loses her sight. Guddu blames himself and so do Salina's parents. Guddu is asked to keep away from Salina. Salina herself knows that the accident was not Guddu's fault, but would not like to meet Guddu and be a burden on him. Guddu overhears a conversation between their family doctor and his dad and he comes to know that he has brain tumor. He has only a few more months to live. He wants to donate his eyes to the hospital so Salina can benefit from them, but his dad will not even consider this. Things take a turn for the worse, when Guddu decides to go to court to assert his right to donate his eyes, his dad ends in the hospital and so does Guddu. Kavita couldn't bear the trauma of her husband's illness and her son's disease, thus she decides to devote herself to god for five days without drinking a sip of water. Her prayers get answered and her husband's life is saved and her son's operation is successful. She dies in the feet of god while praying and her eyes get donated to Salina. Salina and Guddu get married and are blessed with twins and they live happily ever after.



Soundtrack album by Naushad
Released 1995
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Naushad chronology
'Aawaz De Kahan Hai'
Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story

The soundtrack for the movie was composed by Naushad and lyrics penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri. The soundtrack consists of 7 songs, featuring vocals by Lata Mangeshkar, Kumar Sanu, Devki Pandit, Mohammed Aziz, Sadhana Sargam, Majid Shola and Suresh Wadkar.

  1. Hum Dono Panchhi - Kumar Sanu, Devki Pandit
  2. Daddy Se Poochh Lena - Kumar Sanu, Devki Pandit
  3. Dil Hai Pyare - Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam
  4. Gulashan-Gulashan Kali-Kali - Suresh Wadkar, Devki Pandit
  5. Mere To Radheshyam - Lata Mangeshkar
  6. Pyar Mera Zindagi - Kumar Sanu, Devki Pandit
  7. Dil Kahe Har Dum - Suresh Wadkar, Mohammed Aziz, Majid Shola


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