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Jaal (1952 film)

Jaal (, translation: Net/Trap) is a 1952 Bollywood film starring Dev Anand and Geeta Bali, and directed by Guru Dutt. This was Guru Dutt's second movie, after Dev Anand's production Baazi Guru Dutt was trying to find his bearings through commercially successful movies. After Baazi, this was the second film in which Dev Anand also came through as an actor with a unique style of his own.


Jaal may refer to:

  • Jaal (1952 film)
  • Jaal (1967 film)
  • Jaal (1973 film)
  • Jaal (1986 film)
  • Jaal: The Trap (2003 film)
  • Jaal (book) – A 2012 fantasy novel by Indian author Sangeeta Bahadur.
Jaal (1973 film)

Jaal, a 1973 Pakistani Urdu colour film, is a romantic musical film produced by Waheed Murad and directed by Iftikhar Khan. It was the first colour movie that was produced by Waheed Murad. The film was released on 31 August 1973. It starred Waheed Murad, Nisho, Husna, Shaista Qaiser and Nanna. It was the second film of Waheed Murad with Nisho, first being Mulaqat (1973) (released during the same year).

Jaal (1986 film)

Jaal ( English: Trap) produced by F.C. Mehra, Parvesh C. Mehra on Eagle Films banner, directed by Umesh Mehra. Starring Jeetendra, Mithun Chakraborty, Rekha, Moon Moon Sen, Mandakini in the lead roles and music composed by Anu Malik. The film was remade in Telugu as Kirai Dada (1987), starring Akkineni Nagarjuna, Krishnam Raju, Jayasudha, Amala Akkikeni, Kushboo in pivotal roles.

Jaal (1967 film)

Jaal is a 1967 Hindi suspense-thriller film directed by Moni Bhattacharjee. The film features Biswajeet and Mala Sinha in lead roles.

Usage examples of "jaal".

Soon even Jaal, distracted by the fiery eyes of Sura, would forget this place existed.

In a way it had put the jaal seal on his emotions: it had buried, as it were, the tender thoughts of her that he still harboured.