Gurudev (film)

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Gurudev, 1993 film.jpg
Release poster
Directed by Vinod Mehra
Raj Sippy (uncredited)
Produced by Vinod Mehra
Written by Prayag Raj (screenplay and story)
K.K. Shukla (screenplay)
K.K. Singh (dialogue)
Starring Sridevi
Anil Kapoor
Rishi Kapoor
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Cinematography Baba Azmi
S. Pappu
Release date
03 September, 1993 (India)
Running time
180 mins
Country India
Language Hindi

Gurudev is a 1993 Bollywood film produced and directed by Vinod Mehra. The film started production in the late 1980s and was left unfinished after Vinod Mehra's death in October 1990. Raj Sippy took over as director and completed it for release in 1993.

The film stars Anil Kapoor as Guru and Rishi Kapoor as Dev. Sridevi plays a double role as Guru and Dev's love interests named Sonia and Priya. Pran, Kader Khan, Laxmikant Berde and Kiran Kumar appear in supporting roles.


Inspector Dev Kumar and Gaurav (alias Guru) are childhood friends. While Dev Kumar is with the police, his dad, Parshu Ram, works with the underworld and is the right-hand man of Kakhan, a criminal don who is Guru's dad.

When Inspector Khan is assigned the case of apprehending Kakhan, his first suspect is Dev himself. Dev must prove to Khan that he is earnest and will not hesitate to arrest Kakhan. It remains to be seen if Dev will apprehend his friend's dad or just play around.



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