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Gunehgar (transl. Wrongdoer) is a 1995 Indian Hindi-language action film directed by Vikram Bhatt, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Atul Agnihotri, Pooja Bhatt, Tisca Chopra and Kiran Kumar. This film was produced by Maann Singh Deep and Kalyani Singh.

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Directed byVikram Bhatt
Produced byKalyani Singh
Screenplay byIqbal Raj
Story byVikram Bhatt
StarringMithun Chakraborty
Pooja Bhatt
Atul Agnihotri
Tisca Chopra
Kiran Kumar
Music byShyam-Surender
lyrics by Maann Singh Deep
CinematographyBhooshan Patel
Edited byWaman Bhonsle,
Gurudutt Shirali
Release date
  • 5 January 1995 (1995-01-05)
Running time
125 min.


The film deals with the fight against terrorism, and Mithun plays the role of D.I.G. of Police. Ajay Thakur is a long-time employee serving with the Indian police force; his motive in life involves bringing justice to the freedom fighters ,who in reality are terrorists headed by Habibullah and his younger brother, Munna. All of them are in reality on a deadly mission namely to separate Kashmir from India. Ajay meets with partial success when he shoots Munna, injuring him and thus arresting him in the process. This success gets him promoted to Deputy Inspector General (D.I.G). Later Munna manages to escape from custody and assassinates Ajay's wife whilst on the run. Meanwhile Ajay's journalist sister, Pooja meets a guy, Rohit who rescues her from her car after realising its fitted with a bomb. Pooja falls in love with Rohit but unbeknown to Pooja, Rohit is a mere pawn in the hands of Habibullah. His gang is holding Rohit's father as hostage so that he kidnaps Pooja and delivers her to his gang. Once Rohit does what Habibullah asks, his gang hold both Rohit and Pooja as hostages. Ajay manages to find out the gangs where-about which is an old mosque and he must go to negotiate the release of his sister, Pooja.


  • Mithun Chakraborty... D.I.G. Ajay Thakur
  • Atul Agnihotri... Rohit
  • Pooja Bhatt... Pooja Thakur
  • Tisca Chopra... Priya (as Priya Arora)
  • Kiran Kumar... Habibullah
  • Baby Gazala
  • Mushtaq Khan... Maulvi
  • Anil Nagrath... Amirbaba
  • Vishwajeet Pradhan... Munna
  • Ishrat Ali... Mujihadeen member
  • Ram P. Sethi... Mujihadeen member
  • Girja Shankar... Indian Member of Parliament (Mantri)
  • Mahavir Shah... Noorudin "Noora"
  • Naresh Suri... Chachu


Soundtrack album by
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelTime Audio

The music of the film was composed Shyam-Surender and the lyrics were penned by Seema Janam, Maan Singh Deep, Mithlesh and Surendra Saathi. The soundtrack was released in 1994 on Audio Cassette in Time Audio/Tips Music, which consists of 6 songs[1] The full album is recorded by Kumar Sanu, Sudesh Bhosle, Alka Yagnik and Sadhna Sargam.

# Title Singer(s) Lyrics By Duration
1 "Wada Karo Yeh" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik Maan Singh Deep 06:35
2 "Dil Huwa Beqarar" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik Seema Janam 06:00
3 "Kasam Se Sari Raat" Vinod Rathod, Sadhna Sargam Surender Sathi 04:37
4 "Rain is Falling" Sudesh Bhosale Surender Sathi 05:29
5 "Roothega Rab Toh Mana Loonga" Sudesh Bhosale Mithlesh 04:08
6 "Keh Do Na Ki Tumse Pyar Hai" Kumar Sanu, Sadhna Sargam Maan Singh Deep 05:57

Box officeEdit

The film was a flop at the box office.


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