For the 2007 film, see Mahaguru (2007 film).

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Directed by S.S.Ravichandra
Produced by Chandrasekhar
Written by Kader Khan
Starring Rajinikanth
Rakesh Roshan
Meenakshi Seshadri
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Release dates
26 April 1985
Country India
Language Hindi

Mahaguru is a Hindi film directed by S. S. Ravichandra and written by Gyandev Agnihotri and Kader Khan. Meenakshi Seshadri and Rajinikanth play the lead roles.


Naag Raj Darbari and his associate Shyam Kumar Talwari rule over a small community in India with an iron hand. When former military officer, Subhash, comes home to his mother and sister, he is appalled at the conditions that the community is living in, and decides to do everything possible to improve their lot. This gets him in the bad books of Darbari and Talwari, who recruit a hit-man named Mahaguru to deal with Subhash. Mahaguru confronts Subhash, and severely beats him up, resulting in Subhash being crippled for life. Shortly thereafter, Mahaguru rescues Subhash's sister from some men who were molesting her. Village belle Basanti, a close friend of Subhash, decides to have a go at turning Mahaguru around. She starts a friendship with him, finds out his name is really Vijay, and he does respond positively and becomes attracted to her. This leaves Subhash free to assist the community, thus angering Darbari and Talwari all the more. They abduct Subhash and hold him prisoner, and then instruct Mahaguru to do away with him. Will Basanti's influence change Mahaguru? Or will he just act for anyone who gives him money?



It had four Hit Songs composed by Bappi Lahiri.The romantic song Phir Milne Aap sung by Shabir Kumar and Asha Bhosle became a big Hit.The song Phir Milne Aap is inspired by 70's number Achcha To Hum Chalte Hain from the Rajesh Khanna and Asha Parekh starrer Aan Milo Sajna Composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

# Title Singer(s)
1 Daloji Tum Jaal Daloji Amit Kumar, Asha Bhosle
2 Chikni Chikni Kawal Jaisi Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar
3 Phir Milne Aap Asha Bhosle, Shabir Kumar
4 Kuchh Din Pahele Asha Bhosle, Manhar Udhas

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