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V. I. P

  • 04 Jul 1997
  • 0m
  • Romance
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V. I. P. is a 1997 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film directed and co-written by Sabapathy Dekshinamurthy. The film features Prabhu Deva, Abbas, Simran, and Rambha in the lead roles, while Rami Reddy, Anupam Kher, and Manivannan play other pivotal roles. Ranjit Barot composed the music, while Arthur A. Wilson handled the cinematography. The film was released on 4 July 1997. This is one of the first two Tamil films of actress Simran, along with Once More.




  • Status Released
  • Release date 04 Jul 1997
  • Running time 0m
  • Genres Romance


Guru is a graduate but cannot find a job because employers are looking for experience. He and his pickpocket and bike thief friend Indhu live along with the mechanic Nizam Bhai and his wife. The couple is a Muslim, and the lady wears a purdah, and it is shown that whoever lifts her purdah and sees her face faints immediately. Nizam Bhai himself has seen his wife's face only during their first night. This provides comic relief.

There is a wealthy businessman, but his business is about to topple when he invites his nephew Santhosh from America to save it from loss. Priya is his daughter, and she expects to marry Santhosh when he arrives. Meanwhile, Guru steals a car from a businessman who refused to employ him and when the goondas chase, he and Indhu enter into the airport. In a series of comic events, Guru ends up in Priya's house as Santhosh, and Santhosh, who tries to save Indhu, lands up with her in Mizoram.

The businessman introduces Guru (now Santhosh) as the new managing director of the company to his employees. He also encourages Santhosh to take up the new assignment. Guru, who is a talented youth, works hard and brings the company back to business; meanwhile, the real Santhosh struggles with Indhu to get back home. When Santhosh gets back to Chennai, he collects his bags and passport from the airport.

By now, Santhosh has fallen in love with Indhu, and Priya has fallen in love with Guru. Indhu and Guru meet up and find out about Guru acting as Santhosh and that the real Santhosh is with Indhu. When Santhosh finds out that Guru has taken the company to greater heights than he would have, he accepts Guru as his friend and does not reveal his true identity to his uncle's family. In the end, all confusions are cleared, and the lovers unite.

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