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Gully Boy is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language musical drama film directed by Zoya Akhtar and written by Akhtar and Reema Kagti. The film was produced by Ritesh Sidhwani, Akhtar and Farhan Akhtar under the banners of Tiger Baby Films and Excel Entertainment Productions, with Nas as an executive producer. It stars Ranveer Singh in the lead role and Alia Bhatt, Kalki Koechlin, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Vijay Varma, Amrita Subhash and Vijay Raaz in supporting roles. Inspired by the lives of Indian street rappers Divine and Naezy, the film follows the coming-of-age story of an aspiring street rapper from the Dharavi slums of Mumbai.

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  • Directed by Zoya Akhtar
  • Written by, Story and Screenplay: Reema Kagti, Zoya Akhtar
  • Dialogues: Vijay Maurya
  • Produced by Farhan Akhtar, Zoya Akhtar, Ritesh Sidhwani
  • Starring : Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Siddhant Chaturvedi
  • Cinematography : Jay Oza
  • Edited by Nitin Baid
  • Music by Songs - Score: Karsh Kale, The Salvage Audio Collective
  • Production companies : Excel Entertainment, Tiger Baby Films
  • Distributed by Zee Studios International, Cinestaan AA Distributors
  • Release date 9 February 2019 (Berlin), 14 February 2019 (India)
  • Running time : 153 minutes
  • Country : India
  • Language : Hindi
  • Budget : ₹84 crores
  • Box office : ₹238.16 crores

Principal photography for Gully Boy began in January 2018 and ended in April 2018. It premiered on 9 February 2019 at the Berlin International Film Festival and was released on 15 February 2019 to critical acclaim. With a global gross of over ₹2.38 billion (US$33 million), it emerged as the seventh highest-grossing Hindi film of the year.

Gully Boy won a record 13 Filmfare Awards, the most awards for a film in a single year, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor (Singh) and Best Actress (Bhatt), and became the second film to win all four. Went. Awards, 21 years after Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998). Internationally, it won the Netpack Award for Best Asian Film at the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival in South Korea. It was also selected as the Indian entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards, but was not nominated.


Murad Ahmed, a final year college student, lives in Mumbai's Dharavi slums. His abusive father Aftab Shakir Ahmed brings home a very young second wife, which causes great trouble for the family. Murad develops a passion for rap music. His longtime and openly possessive girlfriend Safina Firdousi is training to be a surgeon and regularly visits him in secret.

Forced to work part-time as a driver after his father was injured, Murad began writing, his songs about the disparities he had seen during the job. Introducing local rapper Shrikant "MC Sher" Bhosle, whom he had seen performing at his college festival, he was drawn to perform his songs in underground shows and rap battles, and eventually uploaded a video to YouTube. Is.
Berklee College student Shweta "Sky" Mehta, an evolved musician, reaches out to Murad and Sher after watching the video, offering to collaborate on a new song. The accompanying video, which was shot in Dharavi, is becoming increasingly popular. Murad shares an intimate moment with Skye, later lying to Safina about it. When Safina finds out, she reacts violently towards Skye by hitting a beer bottle on her head. As a result, he is brought in by the police but is not arrested because Skye does not lay charges against him. Murad eventually breaks up with Safina because of her possessive attitude. As Aftab's violence towards him, his brother and his mother increases, Murad decides to leave home with his mother and brother and work full-time for his uncle Ateeq Khan.

Later, when Skye expresses his romantic feelings for her, Murad rejects her advances because he still loves Safina and decides to reconcile with her. Murad and Sher enter a competition for Nas at their Mumbai concert, and Murad reaches the finals after a successful rap fight. Murad's confidence rises as he interacts with rap fans appreciating his performance, and when they let Aftab and Atiq's obsession subside, he finally stands. He later comes back with Safina. He wins the competition and becomes one of the top rappers of India. The film ends with his friends, family and Safina happily watching as he begins his winning opening performance.


  • Ranveer Singh as Murad Ahmed a.k.a. Gully Boy
  • Alia Bhatt as Safeena Firdausi
  • Siddhant Chaturvedi as Shrikant Bhosle a.k.a. MC Sher
  • Vijay Raaz as Aftab Ahmed
  • Vijay Varma as Moeen Arif
  • Amruta Subhash as Razia Ahmed
  • Ikhlaque Khan as Nasir Firdausi, Safeena's father
  • Sheeba Chaddha as Hamida Firdausi, Safeena's mother
  • Kalki Koechlin as Shweta a.k.a. Sky
  • Ayaan Zubair Rahmani as Safeena's brother
  • Rahul Piske as Chintoo
  • Jyoti Subhash as Dadi
  • Nakul Roshan Sahdev as Salman
  • Shruti Chauhan as Maya
  • Vijay Maurya as Ateeq Khan, Murad's uncle
  • Srishti Shrivastava as Albina Dadarkar
  • Malika Singh as Suhani
  • Tina Bhatia as Parveen
  • Rahil Gilani as Rishi
  • Svar Kamble as Suhail
  • Chaitnya Sharma as MC Checkmate
  • Jasleen Royal as Juhi
  • Michaela Tanwar as Gemma
  • Kubra Sait as Scarlett
  • Shah Rule as himself
  • Manj Musik as rap battle judge
  • KR$NA as himself
  • Omi Kashyap as Driver
  • Raja Kumari as rap battle judge
  • Bobby Friction as rap battle judge
  • Emiway as himself
  • Divine as himself
  • Brodha V as himself


Akhtar weaves the story of two Mumbai-based MCs, Naezy and Divine, into a musical tale that portrays the struggles of an aspiring rapper and his surroundings that influence his journey. The principal photography of the film began in January 2018 and was completed by April 2018. American rapper Nas was the executive producer of the film.

  • Released : 12 January 2019
  • "Asli Hip Hop"
  • Released: 4 January 2019
  • "Apna Time Aayega"
  • Released: 11 January 2019
  • "Mere Gully Mein"
  • Released: 18 January 2019
  • "Doori"
  • Released: 26 January 2019
  • "Azadi"
  • Released: 8 February 2019
  • "Train Song"
  • Released: 17 February 2019
  • "India 91"
  • Released: 23 February 2019
  • "Jahaan Tu Chala"
  • Released: 23 February 2019
  • "Sher Aaya Sher"
  • Released: 26 February 2019
The 18-song soundtrack, which was released on 12 January 2019 across all streaming platforms, features an estimated 54 contributors, including rappers, DJs, music producers and beatboxers from across the country, such as Divine, Naezy, Says On The Beat, Rishi Rich, Dub Sharma, Jasleen Royal, Ace, Ishq Bector, MC Altaf, MC Todfod, 100 RBH, Maharya, Noxious D, Vivek Rajagopalan, and others. As music supervisor, Ankur Tiwari worked with a diverse group of artists in the studio, aiming to "bring together the two worlds of hip hop and Bollywood".
A promotional single for the film, "NY to Mumbai", was released on 9 February 2019 and was presented by Divine, Naezy and Ranveer Singh along with American rapper Nas. The track was produced by Toronto-based producer duo XD Pro Music and Il Veno.

Track listing

1."Asli Hip Hop"SpitfireSpitfireRanveer Singh1:40
2."Mere Gully Mein"
  • Divine
  • Naezy
  • Divine
  • Naezy
  • Sez on the Beat
3."Doori Poem"Javed AkhtarRishi RichRanveer Singh1:05
  • Javed Akhtar
  • Divine
Rishi RichRanveer Singh2:15
5."Train Song"
  • Javed Akhtar
  • Karsh Kale
  • Gaurav Raina
  • Tapan Raj
  • Raghu Dixit
  • Karsh Kale
6."Jingostan Beatbox"Dub SharmaDub SharmaDub Sharma2:21
7."Sher Aaya Sher"DivineChandrashekar KunderDivine2:14
8."Jahaan Tu Chala"Aditya SharmaJasleen RoyalJasleen Royal2:20
  • Divine
  • Dub Sharma
  • Divine
  • Dub Sharma
  • Divine
  • Dub Sharma
10."Kab Se Kab Tak"
  • Kaam Bhaari
  • Ankur Tewari
11."Kaam Bhaari"Kaam Bhaari
  • Ankur Tewari
  • Kaam Bhaari
Kaam Bhaari2:18
12."Ek Hee Raasta"Javed AkhtarRishi RichRanveer Singh1:11
13."Apna Time Aayega"
  • Divine
  • Ankur Tewari
  • Dub Sharma
  • Divine
  • Ranveer Singh
  • Divine
14."Jeene Mein Aaye Maza"Ankur Tewari
Ankur Tewari3:19
15."Har Gham Mein Khushi Hai"AceIshq BectorAce, Ishq Bector2:48
16."Jingostan"Dub SharmaDub SharmaDub Sharma2:34
  • Bhinder Khanpuri
  • Arjun
  • Blitz
  • Desi Ma
  • Prem
  • Hardeep
18."India 91"
  • MC Altaf
  • MC TodFod
  • 100 RBH
  • Maharya
  • Noxious D
  • MC Mawali
  • Viveick Rajagopalan
  • Akshay Dhawan
  • MC Altaf
  • MC TodFod
  • 100 RBH
  • Maharya
  • Noxious D
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Marketing and release

Gully Boy was confirmed to release on 14 February 2019 by Alia Bhatt

A.T. The first look official poster of the film was released on 1 January 2019 and the release date was confirmed to be 14 February 2019. Two new theatrical posters revealing the looks of the film's lead actors were unveiled to the public on 2 January 2019. The film was selected in the Berlinale Special Section of the 69th Berlin International Film Festival. The film was screened for its world premiere at the festival on 9 February 2019. It was released on 14 February 2019 in 3,350 screens in India and 751 screens in overseas markets, 4,101 screens worldwide.

Some writers speculated about a similarity between Gully Boy and 8 Mile (2002) starring Eminem. Writer Aditya Magal in The Quint praised the film as "entertaining", after outlining many similarities, "an engineered, Indian version of 8 miles", while The Week's journalist Rachna Tyagi, more harshly, as that she rates. This 2.5/5, calls it "a copycat Indian version". Refuting the claims, director Zoya Akhtar replied that "I understand it (the comparison). I understand it completely, because it is the reference point and that is what they have seen, that is the immediate reference point and here People just like to do it."

Home video

The film was made available as VOD on Amazon Prime Video on 16 April 2019.


Critical response

Gully Boy received positive reviews from critics, with Akhtar's direction, Maurya's dialogues and Singh, Chaturvedi and Bhatt receiving praise for their performances on Rotten Tomatoes, with the film receiving a score of 95% based on 21 reviews, with an average Rating is 7.3/10. .

Anna M. M. Vaticad of Firstpost gave Gully Boy four out of five stars, writing, "Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt are devastatingly good in Zoya Akhtar's final anthem for Rebel". Raja Sen of Hindustan Times called it "the first great Hindi film of 2019", while Taran Adarsh ​​of Bollywood Hungama called it "Akhtar's best film till date". Rachit Gupta of Times of India also gave four stars. Sukanya Verma of also gave four stars. "It's a hard-won change - very hard - and it's true", Livemint wrote. Anupama Chopra commented, "By the end, I was wiping tears and cheering enthusiastically to find happiness not only for Murad, but for each of these characters".

Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV said, "Gully Boy can be wholeheartedly appreciated for its craft, engaging characters and Ranveer Singh. He absolutely kills the slow-burn rapper act. What's more, he has a lot of energy. does with." Writing for Film Companion, Bardwaj Rangan gave Gully Boy three stars out of five and found it to be "softer than expected, but extremely entertaining and beautifully made". India Today's Ananya Bhattacharya gave it three out of five stars. Mayur Sanap of Deccan Chronicle also gave three stars. The Wire felt that the film tackles Bollywood tropes.

Manjusha Radhakrishnan of Gulf News rated the film 4/5 and wrote, "When he breaks up, you break up with him and it's one of Gully Boy's biggest wins". Among international critics, Lee Marshall of Screen International wrote, "Singh busts rhymes with the best in this energetic, gripping film". Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian gave the film three out of five stars. The Hollywood Reporter's Deborah Young praised Akhtar for his direction. Anita Iyer of Khaleej Times gave the film four out of five stars. Variety's Jay Weisberg wrote, "Zoya Akhtar's most successful film to date is a mainstream rap musical about a working-class Muslim boy from Mumbai, determined to break free from the rigors of hope and class. Conceptualized, all worked up with a generous helping of cleverly written hip-hop lyrics and a largely well-woven narrative "Ranveer Singh In All Charms" starring Ranveer Singh. NDTV's Raja Sen rated the film 4 out of 5 stars and said, "Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy, a Dalit story that throws light on India's early hip-hop subculture, is the first great Hindi film of 2019 and is a story of courage. An exhilarating celebration. The writing is charming, the textures are brilliant, and this world is a revelation. There are characters without space to breathe who express themselves breathlessly through a style of music that has always been marginalized. Disagreements find a way out - and a beat."

Box office

Gully Boy debuted on the first day with a collection of ₹194 million (US$2.7 million). In two weeks of release, the film grossed ₹2.2 billion (US$31 million). The film grossed ₹1.66 billion (US$23 million) in India and $9.6 million (₹725.8 million) overseas, taking its worldwide total to ₹2.38 billion (US$33 million). It is the ninth highest grossing Bollywood film of 2019 worldwide.

Awards and nominations

The film won 13 awards at the 65th Filmfare Awards, the most awards for a film in a single year, breaking Black's record that won 11 awards in 2006. It also became the second film to win all four acting awards, 21 years after Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998). The film won 12 awards at the 26th Screen Awards and 9 at the Zee Cine Awards.

Internationally, it won the NETPAC Award for Best Asian Film at the 2019 Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival in South Korea. The film was also India's official entry to the 92nd Academy Awards for the Best International Feature Film category, although it was not a nomination.


Gully Boy attracted controversy with its 13 wins at the 65th Filmfare Awards. Many Twitter users and fans were extremely disappointed and called for a boycott of the awards, with #BoycottFilmfare trending on the micro-blogging site. While many thought the film was a worthy winner, others were displeased and even dubbed the awards "snub fair", a move to "justify sending it as a nomination for the Oscars". Told steps.

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