Jackie Shroff has been all-time famous for his “Bheedu” style in Bollywood. He has brought the same style of his acting in Punjabi movies as well. His work in Punjabi movies like “Sardar Saab” and “Lucky Di Unlucky Story” was much appreciated and he successfully established himself as the comic don in Punjabi movies. Now, he is all set for his third Punjabi movie. This movie is coming up with a different subject and storyline.
Jackie Shroff is coming up as the Yamraj of 21st Century in the movie “Jagga Jiunda Ae”. This is the first ever Punjabi movie that will be touching the subject of Yamraj. The star cast of the movie is quite amazing and ensembled. Jackie Shroff will be playing Yamraj and the Chitragupt part will be played by Gurpreet Ghuggi. Reportedly, the Yamlok in the movie is designed to look modern and digitally occupied by everything.
Earlier we had news of Miss Pooja and Harish Verma for getting into trouble for depicting Yamraj in the negative sense in their song “Jeeju”. So, this time the makers of “Jagga Jiunda Ae” have been very careful in profiling the characters of Yamraj and Chitragupta. the sensitivity and the sentiments of the characters are taken good care of by the makers of the movie. Jackie Shroff will be seen wearing the trendy outfits and will effectively be using all the modern pieces of equipment. He will be seen handling the Yamlok digitally.
As far as the concept is concerned, it looks quite interesting and amazing. And to add some more sugar, our Pollywood Industry has not brought any movie based on this subject by far.
Daljeet Kalsi is in the lead role opposite Kainaat Arora in the film. While talking to the media, he said, “Ours is the first Punjabi film touching the subject of Yamlok. Jackie’s portrayal will not hurt any religious sentiments. We kept every aspect, religious or social, in mind before assigning things. We are showing progress keeping Yamaraj and Yamlok as the base.It took us longer to zero in on the actor to play Yamaraj. And Jackie, being Bollywood’s bindaas guy, turned out to be an ultimate choice.”