I will never produce a film for my son Tiger: Jackie Shroffon August 30, 2016 at 1:39 pm
Jackie Shroff is a proud father today as his son Tiger Shroff has been accepted by the public after his debut in the film Heropanti. He went on to deliver another blow, Baaghi, and is now playing a superhero in a flight Jatt.
Other than that, the Jackie itself is a great actor who has shaken 70 and 80 years with his charismatic personality.
He was recently seen in Housefull 3 playing the character of Urja Nagre. The film, which also stars Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Abhishek Bachchan, Nargis Fakhri, Lisa Haydon and Jacqueline Fernandez, went on to become one of the films grossing 2016. The film will be broadcast on September 4 to 13:00 Gold Star. in an exclusive conversation with IndianExpress.com, the only ‘Bhidu’ Bollywood talks about Tiger, Akshay Kumar and career.
Have you seen a saucer Jatt?
Yes of course. He is my son. The child in me really loved the movie. The child in me loved the sincerity and thoughts about environmental pollution that is what Swachch Bharat is talking about every time. Everywhere you can see, people are promoting cleanliness. So this film has a message that all children should understand and have in your mind. I think bachhe samajh Gaye, say the rahe samajh nahi. (Children have understood this message, but adults do not have).
How do you see the success of Tiger Shroff?
It has been immense. God has given much. What more can I ask my son? Tiger took his first steps and people accepted it with open arms. They have given so much love, they are talking so much about him that I think it is because of their good deeds. There is a kind of sincerity in his eyes that he has such a successful launch. I thank Sajid Nadiadwala for his release and I thank all of India and other countries in which my son loved and accepted him as his own son. And people have also been linked with him so strongly. It is a chief blessing, a blessing.