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Jaal: The Trap (2003)

When his girlfriend is kidnapped by Kashmiri terrorists, a commando is tasked with kidnapping the Home Minister's daughter in order to secure his lady love's release.


Guddu Dhanoa
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sunny Deol ... Ajay Kaul
Tabu ... Neha Pandit
Reema Sen ... Anita Saxena
Anupam Kher ... R.K. Sharma
Farida Jalal ... Sudha Kaul
Ashish Vidyarthi ... Naved Rabhani
Mukesh Rishi ... Juded Afghani
Amrish Puri ... Major Amrish Kaul
Virendra Saxena ... Bhagwat Saxena (as Veerendra Saxena)
Shahbaaz Khan ... Capt Amarjeet Singh
Ragesh Asthana Ragesh Asthana ... Ajay's brother-in-law
Amit Bhalla Amit Bhalla
Kishori Jaywant Kulkarni Kishori Jaywant Kulkarni
Bobby Sainy Bobby Sainy
Preen Lala Preen Lala


Major Amrish Kaul resides in Kashmir, India with his family consisting of his wife, Sudha, a daughter and his unemployed son, Ajay. Ajay meets with an accident on 2 occasions as a result of the carelessness of Neha Pandit, a school teacher. Ajay then takes a liking to her and arranges their meeting at a near-by restaurant. They both gets acquainted with each other with Ajay getting to find out that Neha is a widow. She eventually reciprocates his love and they begin to plan their wedding. Neha's father-in-law, R.K. Sharma is against this relationship at first and refuses to permit the couple to marry but eventually they convince him. A few days later Neha is abducted by a group of terrorists and Jihadis headed by the notorious Juned Afghani who is on a mission to free their leader, Naved Rabhani. Ajay is tasked with kidnapping Anita, the only daughter of India's Home Minister, Bhagwat Saxena, in exchange for the safe return of Neha. Anita is under strict security in New Zealand under ... Written by Soumitra

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Action | Drama | Romance


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8 September 2003 | by booksmooviesnwhiskySee all my reviews

Typical Sunny Deol movie. But some good stunts and photography. For a change he doesnt shout patriotic dialogues. Not a great film in any meaning of the word but better than "The Hero"

Most of the stunts are copied from one English movie or another but then isnt that a routine with our movies. Atleast, they are well executed. And Sunny Deol doesnt fly as he did in "The Hero".

I would recommend this movie on a VHS so that you have the Fast Forward at your command, because the courtship scences suck, bigtime!

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Release Date:

18 July 2003 (India) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bikaner, Rajasthan, India See more »


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Parth Productions See more »
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Dolby Digital


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