Gudgudee (lit. ‘Tickle’) is a 1997 Indian comedy film directed by Basu Chatterjee.
Naive, easily influenced Ajay Prasad has been married for several years and lives in a remote part of India with his wife and a son. Ajay always imagines absurd things and make himself ridiculous. His family receives an invitation to attend a wedding in Bombay. As his wife Sunita Prasad and their son are unable to attend, Ajay is asked to attend on his own. In Bombay, he is met at the airport by Ravindranath, alias Ravi, who welcomes him and drives him to his apartment, in an upper-class area. Ajay finds out that his next door neighbor Chandni is a single woman, jovial and beautiful who acts in commercials and short advertisements. Ajay has an affair with her, with hilarious results and extreme comedy.
Anupam Kher as Ajay Prasad
Pratibha Sinha as Chandni
Jugal Hansraj as Singer
Deb Mukherjee as Shekhar
Shahrukh Khan in a Special Appearance
Prateeksha Lonkar as Sunita
Satish Kaushik as Ravindranath “Ravi”
Mushtaq Khan as Dr. M. M. Surmawala (as Mushtaq Ahmed)
Naresh Suri as Manohar Lal
Dolon Roy as Mano, Office Secretary
Jaya Bhattacharya as Mohini
Indira Mukherjee as Room-Mate (as Indira Mukherji)
Murad Ali as Surat Smiling Model
Master Wajid as Raja