Jaal: The Trap

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Jaal: The Trap
Jaal, The Trap.jpg
Promotional poster
Directed byGuddu Dhanoa
Written byRajeev Kaul
Praful Parekh
Produced byHarish Shah
Vinod Shah
StarringSunny Deol
Reema Sen
Anupam Kher
CinematographySripad Natu
Edited bySanjay Verma
Music byAnand Raj Anand
Parth Productions
Distributed byB4U Entertainment
Release date
  • 18 July 2003 (2003-07-18)

Jaal: the trap is a 2003 Indian Hindi-language action-thriller film directed by Guddu Dhanoa. It stars Sunny Deol, Tabu, Reema Sen and Anupam Kher.[1] It was released on 18 July 2003.


In troubled Kashmir reside the Kaul family, consisting of Major Amrish, his wife Sudha, a son, Ajay, and a daughter. Ajay meets with two accidents on his motorcycle due to the carelessness of Neha Pandit, this leads to their meeting again, and both fall in love. Ajay finds out that Neha has been widowed, but this does not deter him, and he convinces her father-in-law R. K. Sharma to bless them, which he does. Shortly after his approval, Neha is abducted by terrorists headed by Juded Afghani, who demand the release of their accomplice Naved Rabhani, and in exchange of Neha, Ms. Anita Choudhary, the daughter of India's Home Minister's Bhagwat Choudhary. Ajay must abduct Anita if he is to ever see Neha alive again, but amongst Anita's bodyguard is Major Amrish Kaul, who has now re-located to New Zealand. Ajay travels to New Zealand, and does abduct Anita, only to find out that he is nothing more than a pawn in the hands of terrorists, and Neha herself, who is not what she claims to be. She's also a terrorist. Then Ajay tries to set things right and he finally kills all the terrorists including Neha and saves Anita.



Jaal: The Trap
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 2002
GenreFeature film soundtrack

The Soundtrack for the album has been composed by Anand Raj Anand. The track "Indian Indian" gained popularity during the release.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Ek Ladki Bas Gayi" Udit Narayan
2 "Humsafar Ke Liye" Alka Yagnik, Kk
3 "Indian Indian" Anand Raj Anand
4 "Jo Pyar Tumne" Zubeen Garg, Chitra, Anand Raj Anand
5 "Pehla Pehla Pyar Ho Gaya" Kumar Sanu
6 "Sona Sona Soniye" Udit Narayan


  1. ^ Jaal: The Trap Movie: Showtimes, Review, Trailer, Posters, News & Videos | eTimes, retrieved 11 May 2020

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