Guru Dutt was, in the most complete sense of the word, a true legend of the Indian film industry. He will forever be remembered as a brooding yet intensely romantic lover. Through his works, he has captured the imagination of a country through lights and shadows. An original film-maker, but somehow ahead of his time. While other film-makers of his genre were busy cashing in on public preferences, he pursued his own creative excellence. Though his style of film-making was unique, still it didn’t appeal to the masses. As a result, there is a prevailing belief that he was a misfit. It was only much later that the newer generations explored cult films and discovered the gem called “Guru Dutt.” Here are the top 7 reasons, why Guru Dutt was a misfit in Bollywood.