Guri (film)

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Directed byP. Vasu
Produced byParvathamma Rajkumar
Written byP. Vasu
Screenplay byP. Vasu
Pandari Bai
Jai Jagadish
Music byRajan-Nagendra
CinematographyV. K. Kannan
Edited byP. Bhakthavathsalam
Poornima Enterprises
Release date
  • 29 September 1986 (1986-09-29)

Guri is a 1986 Indian Kannada action film, directed by P. Vasu and produced by Parvathamma Rajkumar. The film stars Rajkumar, Archana and Jai Jagadish in the lead roles, with Pandari Bai in a guest appearance. The film has musical score by Rajan-Nagendra.[1] This was director P. Vasu's second movie as independent director in any language. The film was remade in Tamil in 1991 by P. Vasu himself as Adhikari. This was the last movie of Rajkumar which was remade in other language.


Customs Officer Kaliprasad is newly deputed and nabs a notorious gang of smugglers. While handing them over to police, he befriends the local police inspector. Living with his retired School Teacher father and young sister, he leads a contented life. His happiness doubles when the police inspector is engaged to his sister.

However, Rudrayya, the corrupt mafia leader is irritated by Kaliprasad's efficiency. Kaliprasad's work is threatening his illegal business and he wants to set Kaliprasad right. Kaliprasad snubs Rudrayya and kicks him out of his house, when he invites to Kaliprasad to the wrong side of the law.

Enraged, Rudrayya gets Kaliprasad framed on rape charges, leading to his sister's engagement getting broken. Kali's sister kills herself. Kali's father loses mental balance. Dejected as to where his ideals led him and his family, Kali escapes from Police imprisonment and plots his revenge against Rudrayya, taking the law into his own hands. Disguising himself as a Muslim Cleric, Military Officer and others, he breaks Rudrayya's illegal empire. He also rescues a village belle and loves her. However, nothing can deter him from his aim, Seeing Rudrayya's end. He kills Rudrayya, while he is watching the movie "Johnny Yuma" and himself succumbs to police fire.



The songs by the Rajan-Nagendra duo were instant hits and well received.

No. Song title Singer(s) Lyrics
1 "Thangaliyante Baalali Bande" Rajkumar, Rathnamala Prakash Chi. Udayashankar
2 "Allah Allah" Rajkumar
3 "Vasantha Kaala Bandaga"
4 "Kallina Veeneya"
5 "Vasantha Kaala Bandaga" (bit)


  1. ^ "Guri". Retrieved 11 August 2014.

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