Release date18 March 1988 WriterRam Kelkar (screenplay), Ram Kelkar (story), Faiz Saleem (dialogue) GenresBollywood, Action Film, World cinema CastSunny Deol (Suraj/Ashok), Neelam Kothari (Aarti), Chunky Pandey Similar moviesBappi Lahiri composed the music for Paap Ki Duniya and First Love Letter
Paap Ki Duniya is an Indian film directed by Shibu Mitra and released in 1988. The movie stars Sunny Deol, Neelam, Shakti Kapoor, Chunky Pandey.
An honest jailer is thrilled when his sister tells him that she is in love with someone. However, the jailer's happiness quickly turns to shock and anger when he learns that the man that his sister is in love with is none other than the ruthless and notorious criminal Pasha, who he himself had arrested a short time ago.
Naturally the jailer immediately objects to this alliance, but his sister, blinded by her love for Pasha, leaves her brother and goes with Pasha. Almost a year later, the jailer's sister arrives at his doorstep, bruised, beaten and clinging on to life while carrying an infant in her arms. She reveals that Pasha only married her so that he may be able to manipulate the jailer. When that scheme of his failed, he sold her to a brothel. The sister hands over her infant son to her brother and dies in his arms.
Still hungry for revenge against the jailer, Pasha kidnaps the jailer's only son, Ashok. He then renames him Suraj and raises him as his own son, turning him into a professional thief and criminal. Meanwhile, the jailer raises his nephew and Pasha's son Vijay to be an honest police inspector.
A game of cat and mouse ensues between the criminal Suraj and Inspector Vijay with both trying to outsmart the other. Things get really heated when both fall for the same girl, Arti. To make matters worse, Pasha decides that it is time to complete his revenge on the jailer.
Sunny Deol ... Suraj / Ashok
Chunky Pandey ... Inspector Vijay
Neelam ... Aarti
Pran ... Jailer
Danny Denzongpa ... Pasha
Shakti Kapoor ... Kisna
The song "Chori Chori Yun Jab" was unofficially sampled from The Bangles' song "Walk Like An Egyptian".