Guru (soundtrack)

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Soundtrack album by A R Rahman
Released18 November 2006 (India)
RecordedPanchathan Record Inn, AM Studios
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelSony BMG
ProducerA. R. Rahman
A R Rahman chronology
Singles from Guru
  1. "Barso Re"
    Released: 2007
  2. "Tere Bina"
    Released: 18 November 2006
  3. "Mayya"
    Released: 18 November 2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Planet Bollywood08/10 stars[1]

Guru is the soundtrack to the 2007 film directed by Mani Ratnam. The soundtrack was released on 18 November 2006. Guru's music is composed by A. R. Rahman with lyrics provided by Gulzar.


Like many of Rahman's soundtracks, Guru comes with a variety of songs. The songs vary in their musical style, from the Turkish inspired "Mayya Mayya" to the folk-ish "Ek Lo Ek Muft", the love ballad "Tere Bina" and rain-themed song, "Barso Re".

The song "Tere Bina" is dedicated to the memory of Pakistani qawwali singer Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan since it was the 10th anniversary of his death.[2] Gulzar also adapted the lyrics of "Ay Hairathe" from the lyrics of Hazrat Amir Khushroo's "Ay Sarbathe Aashiqui". Rahman personally trained Egyptian singer Maryem Tollar to sing "Mayya", a song which Rahman wrote while on Hajj in Makkah. After he heard a man near a river who was continually repeating "maya maya maya" (water in Arabic), he told Gulzar to incorporate the word into the tune he had created while touring in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[2]

The soundtrack has proved a success, staying at the number one spot thirteen weeks after its release, despite receiving stiff competition from other albums released.[3]

The song "Shauk Hai" has been used in the movie, but was not released on the audio CD.

The soundtrack release of Guru also incorporated bonus tracks from Rahman's other albums Rang De Basanti, Lagaan, Kisna, Zubeidaa and Meenaxi.

Usage in media[edit]

The song "Tere Bina" was used in the 2013 American 3D computer-animated adventure sports comedy film Planes, produced by DisneyToon Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

Hindi Version[edit]


Track Listing
1."Barso Re"Shreya Ghoshal & Uday Mazumdar5:29
2."Tera Bina"A. R. Rahman, Chinmayi, Murtuza Khan & Qadir Khan5:09
3."Ek Lo Ek Muft"Bappi Lahari & K.S.Chithra4:58
4."Ey Hairathe"Hariharan, Alka Yagnik & A. R. Rahman6:09
5."Mayya"Maryem Tollar, Chinmayi & Keerthi Sagathia6:02
6."Baazi Laga"Udit Narayan, Madhushree, Shweta Mohan & Bhargavi Pillai4:59
7."Jaage Hain"K.S.Chithra, A. R. Rahman & Madras Choral Group6:33
8."Shaouk Hai"Sowmya Raoh4:32
9."Dhoom Dhoomaka"Chorus--

Tamil version (Dubbed)[edit]

Lyrics : Vairamuthu

Track Listing
1."Ven Megham"Shreya Ghoshal & Uday Mazumdar5:29
2."Aaruyire"A. R. Rahman, Chinmayi, Murtuza Khan & Qadir Khan5:09
3."Rendu Maangai"S.P.Balasubrahmanyam & K.S.Chithra4:58
4."Ey Maanburu Mangaiye"Srinivas, Sujatha Mohan & A. R. Rahman6:09
5."Mayya"Maryem Tollar, Chinmayi & Keerthi Sagathia6:02
6."Paisa Paisa"Karthik & Madhushree4:59
7."Orey Khana"K.S.Chithra, A. R. Rahman & Madras Choral Group6:33
8."Rathriyin"Sowmya Raoh4:32
9."Kan Vizhithal Vennilavu"Priya Himesh3:46
10."Guru Bhai Guru Bhai"Chorus--

Telugu version (Dubbed)[edit]

Lyrics : Veturi Sundararama Murthy

Track Listing
1."Merisisndi Megham"Shreya Ghoshal & Uday Mazumdar5:29
2."Nuvvu Leka"A.R.Rahman, Chinmayi, Murtuza Khan & Qadir Khan5:09
3."Jodi Cheseyi"S.P.Balasubrahmanyam & K.S.Chithra4:58
4."Ey Hayillo"Hariharan, Sujatha Mohan , A.R.Rahman & Md. Aslam6:09
5."Mayya"Maryem Tollar, Chinmayi & Keerthi Sagathia6:02
6."Adeyyata"Karthik & Madhushree4:59
7."Innalla"K.S.Chithra , A.R.Rahman & Madras Choral Group6:33
8."Guru Bhai Guru Bhai"Chorus--


Filmfare Awards

Star Screen Awards

IIFA Awards

Zee Cine Awards


  1. ^ Planet Bollywood review
  2. ^ a b "Rahman on how the music of Guru was born". The Telegraph. Retrieved 18 February 2007.
  3. ^ "Top Ten albums for the week". IndiaFM. Archived from the original on 18 February 2007. Retrieved 18 February 2007.