Tarap (film)

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Tarap
Tarap 2.jpg
Tarap DVD Cover
Directed by Sangeeta[1]
Produced by Mohammad Yaseen Malik
Written by Jaffar Arsh
Starring Resham, Saud, Sher Khan,
Cinematography Faisal Bukhari
Release date
24th October 2006[1]
Running time
135 min
Country Pakistan
Language Urdu
Budget PKR 25,000,000

Tarap is a 2006 Pakistani Urdu film directed by Sangeeta. The film was a flop in Lahore, but successful in Karachi. It was shot in Dubai and Lahore. It is known for its popular soundtrack.[1]

Release[edit]

The film was released on October 24, 2006 (Pakistan), Eid-ul-Fittar.[1] This is a big-budget film (by local standards at least) shot in beautiful locations in both Dubai and Pakistan. It was a hit, but flopped in Lahore. The film was hyped enough by local media due to its budget. and co-producer was M.Asif from London.

Trivia[edit]

With Tarap, Sangeeta seems determined not to repeat past mistakes. “It is a family-oriented film with a strong social message. If it fails, I will be forced to reconsider making Punjabi action movies once again,” she said.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music is composed by Wajid Ali Nashad and the film song lyrics were by Ahmad Anees.

  1. "Ishq Khana Khrab" - Babul Supriyo & Shreya Goshal (6:47)[2]
  2. "Teri Yaad" - Sadhana Sargam (5:44)
  3. "Aap Say Tum Huai" - Alka Yagnik & Kumar Sanu (5:05)
  4. "Mujhay Pyar Ka Nasha" - Shaan (6:14)
  5. "Badal Do Badal Do" Sadhana Sargam & Shreya Ghoshal (5:42)
  6. "Do Honthon Ki Piyas" - Alka Yagnik (5:49)
  7. "Tun Hoon Main Janiaan" - Kumar Sanu & Shreya Goshal (5:15)
  8. "Teri Yaad" - Kumar Sanu (5:44)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d http://www.walifilms.com/1996_2010.html, Film cast and release info on walifilms.com website, Retrieved 5 Nov 2016
  2. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqS-vI5r6aY, Soundtrack of 'Tarap' (film) on YouTube, Retrieved 5 Nov 2016

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