Jackie Shroff Joins Rajinikanth-Starring, Makers Reveal Fierce First Look

On Sunday, the makers of Jailer, which stars Rajinikanth in the lead role, unveiled Jackie Shroff’s first look. The cast of the film also includes Tamannah Bhatia, Thalaivar himself, Shiva Rajkumar, Sunil and Mohanlal.

Sharing the poster, the creators wrote: “Jackie Shroff from the sets of #Jailer @rajinikanth @bindasbhidu @Nelsondilpkumar @anirudhofficial.” Netizens reacted to the poster, with one writing, “Tamil Nadu – Rajini North Indian – Jackie Shroff Andhra Pradesh – Sunil Karnataka – Shiva Raj Kumar Kerala – Mohanlal Sambavam by Nelson bro.”

The second said: “Loading BlockBuster”. The third said, “Nadipin Kalaigan yesterday I watched his very impressive film Aaaranya Kaaandam.” Another said: “I don’t know Wat Nelson cooks… but I need a comeback for these casts.”

Earlier, Tamannaah Bhatia took to her Instagram and announced that she will be a part of Rajinikanth Jailer’s upcoming movie. The actress shared her first look at the upcoming film, along with character posters of the film’s cast, including Thalaivar himself, Shiva Rajkumar, Sunil, and Mohanlal, who will be seen in a pivotal cameo in the film.

Alongside her message, the Babli Bouncer actress wrote, “Finally I can share this with you all… the news is out!!! I’m so happy and honored to be a part of this #Jailer movie with the one and only Thalaivar @rajinikanth sir directed by @nelsondilipkumar Can’t wait to share this experience with all of you.”

For the uninitiated, Jailer is Nelson Dilipkumar’s fourth film as director. After his last film titled Beast with Thalapathy Vijay was criticized in 2022, it was rumored that he could be replaced as the director of Jailer. However, the makers put an end to speculation when they revealed Rajinikanth’s first look at the film in August last year.

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