Gundaraj (Rule of goons) is a 1995 Bollywood action film directed by Guddu Dhanoa. It stars Ajay Devgn, Kajol and Amrish Puri. The film premiered on 8 September 1995 in Mumbai. The movie became a commercial failure at the box office.
Ajay Chauhan lives with his parents and younger sister. He is in love with Pooja, and hopes to marry her someday. His father wants him to get a job and settle down, and then get married. Ajay applies for a job in Bombay, and soon receives a letter asking him to appear for an interview. He attends the interview, and is hired. Delighted to see all his dreams coming true, he goes to offer his thanks to God, and it is there a woman named Pratika Jetley sees him and notifies the police that he is indeed the one who had brutally raped three young women in a college campus. Ajay vehemently denies this, but is personally identified and criminally held responsible, convicted and sentenced to prison. Several years later he is released from prison, and finds out that his father and Pooja had committed suicide, his sister had become mentally ill while his mother was untraceable. He sets out to put his life together and meets with a ruthless police inspector, whose daughter was one of the rape victims. It is then Ajay finds out about the conspiracy behind this plot to frame him. A news reporter Ritu (Kajol) helps him track down the real culprits and bring them to justice.
Ajay Devgan as Ajay Chauhan
Kajol as Ritu
Anjali Jathar as Pooja
Amrish Puri as Police Inspector
G. Asrani as Gopal
Mohan Joshi as Raj Bahadur
Mohnish Bahl as Monya
Sharat Saxena as Dhika
Usha Nadkarni as Parvati Chauhan
Achyut Potdar as Amit Chauhan
Suresh Chatwal as Interviewer
Ahmed Khan as College Correspondent Jaitley
Sulabha Arya as Principal Pratika Jaitley
Madan Jain as Police Inspector Vijay Sharma
Kalpana Iyer as Public Prosecutor
Deven Verma as Ritu Boss Senior Journalist
Janardhan Parab as Police Constable
Shashi Sharma as young lady who is saved from being raped
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