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Jackie Shroff 'dreams of' film with Tiger: I feel even after I go away, at least our film will always be there

The 65-year-old veteran also singled out Pratik Gandhi and Shraddha Kapoor as young talents he wants to collaborate with more

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Published: 04th January 2023
Jackie Shroff

In a recent interview, Jackie Shroff said he wants to work with his son, Tiger Shroff, in a substantial way. The 65-year-old veteran also singled out Pratik Gandhi and Shraddha Kapoor as young talents he wants to collaborate more.

Tiger, Jackie's son, is an action star with franchises like Heropanti and Baaghi to his credit. However, besides a brief appearance in Baaghi 3, Jackie has never worked with his son onscreen.

Talking about the current crop of actors he wants to team with, Jackie said, “Pratik Gandhi is definitely one of them. I like him a lot. I also like Shraddha Kapoor. She's such a fantastic actress and a fine singer. Obviously, I would love to co-star with my son Tiger in a film. That's something I'm dreaming of. I feel even after I go away, at least our film will always be there.”

Jackie Shroff appeared as the villainous Tantrik Atmaram Dhyani in Phone Bhoot (2022). His next is Baap, an action homage co-starring Sunny Deol, Sanjay Dutt and Mithun Chakraborty.

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