Jackie Shroff to go for a regional Cinema – portraying the character of Sardaar Saab on-screen


Regional Cinema in Bollywood has been gearing up slowly and actors have been choosing some iconic roles and are interested in portraying their characters on-screen. Recently Jackie Shroff has been roped up in a Punjabi Movie- Sardaar Saab where he will be seen portraying a character of a Sardaar. Previously the actor had done many Punjabi movies but his role in this one would be a completely different take.

The first poster of Jackie’s Punjabi film Sardar Saab was released.  He’s wearing a crisp grey colored shirt and the poster shows him wearing a turban that usually the Sikhs wear and a salt and pepper beard and a  kada that Punjabis usually wear.

The poster of film describes an intense look of Jackie Shroff as a Sardaar. ‘Jackie Shroff in and as Sardar Saab,’ says the poster.

“I play a Sardar role of a leader of truck driver union in the Punjabi film,” Jackie said in an interview.

The film is slated to release this year, 16 December.

Ayesha Shroff shares every picture and some interesting details about Sardaar Saab with her son Tiger Shroff on Twitter and also the Box Office collections of his movies too. , Ayesha also decided to do the same for her hubby and shared Jackie’s Punjabi movie poster with lot of love.

The film also stars Juhi Chawla who in past has done several movies with Jackie Shroff and share a good bond and this is the first time that both actors are going to share the screen for a Punjabi Film. Apart from Hindi movies, Jackie has acted in Bengali, Punjabi, Malayalam, Marathi films too and he will also be seen in a Konkani film now.

With Jackie Shroff doing a regional cinema, assumptions are being made on his son, Tiger Shroff that whether he will also explore regional Cinema and follow his father’s footsteps.

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