Jaal (2003)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Action, Drama, Romance, Musical
Critics Score
50%
Total Reviews: 6
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Review Summary: Sunny Deol won't rest in peace. Not until he has wiped out last of the nation's enemies in reel life from the snowcapped terrain of our northernmost frontiers. Suits us fine. Nothing like good old Dharam puttar going full blast after all. That's ho

Average Critic Rating: (2.50)
Cast: Sunny Deol , Tabu , Reema Sen
Director: Guddu Dhanoa
Release Date: 18 Jul 2003

Plot: After losing his vision during a storm, Carlos ( K.N. Singh ) lives with his sister, Maria ( Geeta Bali ), off the Indian coast in a fishing village. One day a mysterious young woman, Lisa, enters their lives, followed by a mysterious man, Tony Fernandes ( Dev Anand ). Read more

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Jaal - All Reviews

Jaal -The Trap, finally released this Friday after many postponments. Sunny Deol the leading man has been around for almost 22 years and is still acceptable to his fans across India as a hero.
Abid, Planet Bollywood
Guddu Dhanoa's Jaal-The Trap is a film about a young man trapped in a conspiracy and how he fights a battle to prove his innocence and mend things.
Kunal Shah, SIFY
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Guddu Dhanoa  Anand Raj Anand  Sameer  Sunny Deol, Jackie Shroff, Tabu, Reema Sen, Farida JalalBy Kshama Rao It's been barely a fortnight since we saw director Guddu Dhanoa's horrow film Hawa and we are subjected to y
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Sunny Deol won't rest in peace. Not until he has wiped out last of the nation's enemies in reel life from the snowcapped terrain of our northernmost frontiers. Suits us fine. Nothing like good old Dharam puttar going full blast after all. That's ho
NowRunning, Now Running
The film will earn good money at least in North India where Sunny's action films hardly fail and in the other territories too it is unlikely to be a loser
S Pankaj, Smash Hits
Newly reinstated Railway Minister Nitish Kumar might want to watch Guddu Dhanoa's Jaal – The Trap.
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