Is there any particle or anything that could attract and trap light or photon particle? Can anti photon particle attract photons and trap them ?
The photon is its own antiparticle -- an anti-photon is the same as a photon.
To be trapped in the sense we normally use it, the particle should experience a force or potential energy. The photon doesn't interact with electromagnetic fields that are used to trap matter, so it can't be trapped in that way. In general relativity, gravitational fields can deflect light, but not trap it.
According to special relativity, a photon can never be at rest. In any frame, its speed will be $c$.
Something that might be thought of as a 'trap' for a photon is an optical cavity. Here, a photon between two highly reflective mirrors can make many back-and-forth bounces before escaping/being absorbed, which you could think of of being trapped.