Jungle (2000 film)

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Jungle
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Directed by Ram Gopal Varma
Produced by Ram Gopal Varma
Written by Jaideep Sahni
Starring Sunil Shetty
Fardeen Khan
Urmila Matondkar
Music by Sandeep Chowta
Cinematography Vijay Arora
Edited by Chandan Arora
Release dates
  • 14 July 2000 (2000-07-14)
Running time
153 mins
Country India
Language Hindi

Jungle is a 2000 Indian thriller film produced and directed by Ram Gopal Varma starring Sunil Shetty, Fardeen Khan and Urmila Matondkar. The ensemble cast film has received positive reviews upon release and was declared a Hit.[1] The film won the Bollywood Movie Award for Best Direction. [2]

Plot[edit]

Anu Malhotra and Siddharth Mishra (Sattu) are in love with each other and would like to get married. Anu is ready to inform her parents about her future life-partner, but everything is put on hold, as the family decides to go out on a group safari-like expedition. Siddharth decides to go incognito also. The group gets to view wildlife from fairly close distances. Tragedy strikes when the group (except Sattu) is kidnapped by the Bandit Durga Narayan Choudhary and his gang. The bandits commit atrocities on the kidnapped people and finally behead one of the women in order to terrorize the government and extract ransom as well as release of one of their men who is in police custody. Once their demands are met, the bandits release remaining hostages, except Anu, whom the chief Durga Narayan Choudhary has started liking. This is unacceptable by his girlfriend Bali, the only female bandit of the gang. When Sattu not find Anu among the released hostages, he sends the illegal arms supplier Dorai to request Durga Narayan Choudhary for Anu's release. He secretly follows Dorai and finally reaches Anu. In the ensuing commotion, he is able to run away with her, with the bandits in their pursuit. They keep searching their way out of the dense forest. Meanwhile the goons started to reduce in numbers as they get shot one by one during repeated police encounters. Finally, Durga is the only one left. Still mad about Anu, he searches for her. He is about to take Anu away once more but is intercepted by Commander Shivraj, whom he eventually murders, but finally Sattu kills Durga and re-unites with Anu and the movie ends on a happy note.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Music is composed by Sandeep Chowta with lyrics provided by Anand Bakshi

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Jaan Kahan Hai Tu" Kumar Sanu, Sunidhi Chauhan
2 "Aiyo Aiyo Rama" Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan, Sowmya Raoh, Makrand Deshpande
3 "Do Pyar Karne Wale" Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan
4 "Patli Kamar" Sukhwinder Singh, Sapna Awasthi, Sandeep Chowta, Jolly Mukherjee
5 "Pehli Baar" Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan
6 "Sorry Baba" Sonu Nigam, Sadhana Sargam

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