Jaal (1986 film)

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Jaal
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DVD Cover
Directed by Umesh Mehra
Produced by F.C. Mehra
Parvesh C. Mehra
Starring Jeetendra
Mithun Chakraborty
Rekha
Vinod Mehra
Moon Moon Sen
Mandakini
Sharat Saxena
Vinod Mehra
Tanuja
Music by Anu Malik
Release dates February 14, 1986 (India)
Running time 130 min.
Language Hindi
Budget Rs 3.5 Crores

Jaal is a 1986 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Umesh Mehra, starring Jeetendra, Mithun Chakraborty, Rekha, Moon Moon Sen, Mandakini, Vinod Mehra, Sharat Saxena and Tanuja.

Plot[edit]

Jaal is an action thriller, featuring Mithun Chakraborty, Moon Moon Sen, Mandakini, Vinod Mehra, Ranjeet, Sharat Saxena and Tanuja.

Summary[edit]

Shankar Verma's father leaves the family for a courtesan, Meenabai. Now Shankar has grown into a handsome young man and he is loved by Sunita and Madhu. Shankar is hired to do spywork on Bhanu Pratap and his family by Amita. One day Shankar finds about the whereabouts of his father and his search leads him to central jail, but is devastated to know that, his father has been already dead. Now Shankar sets out to find out Meenabai, but he did not know that, Meenabai and Amita are the same person. Would Shankar forgive Meenabhai forms the Climax.

Cast[edit]

  • Jeetendra ... Shashi Pratap Singh
  • Mithun Chakraborty ... Shankar S. Verma
  • Rekha ... Amita S. Singh / Sundari / Meenabai
  • Vinod Mehra ... Sathpal Verma
  • Tanuja ... Shanti
  • Mandakini ... Madhu
  • Moon Moon Sen ... Sunita P. Singh
  • Gulshan Grover ... Balram
  • Roopesh Kumar ... Kedar
  • Jagdeep ... Khatarnak Khan - Shankar's friend
  • Sharat Saxena ... Hariya
  • Tej Sapru ... Jackie
  • Amrit Pal ... Bhanu Pratap Singh
  • Ila Arun ... Tara
  • Birbal ... Dalanani
  • Mohan Choti ... Khatarnak's assistant
  • Javed Khan ... Gundhu
  • Mahesh
  • Makhija
  • Yunus Parvez ... Doodhwala
  • Praveena
  • Baby Shabana ... Child artist
  • Sukhminder
  • Master Vijay ... Child artist

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