Jackie Shroff reveals the moment when he slapped Anil Kapoor 17 times

The actors have also featured together in films like 'Ram Lakhan', '1942: A Love Story' and 'Kabhi Na Kabhi'


IANS/ Entertainment Desk March 02, 2018
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Actor Anil Kapoor actually received 17 slaps from his co-star Jackie Shroff while shooting for the 1989 film Parinda.


In the upcoming episode of BFFs with Vogue, Jackie was asked to share his experience about working with Anil.

Talking about a scene, Jackie said that regardless of the shot being approved by the film's director Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Anil kept asking for retakes as he wanted to make sure everything was perfect.

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Jackie said, "I slapped him 17 times but didn't slap him so hard that he would fall."

The actors have also featured together in films like Ram Lakhan, 1942: A Love Story and Kabhi Na Kabhi.

The latest episode also features Juhi Chawla where the veteran star has uninhibitedly spoken about Madhuri Dixit and their equation during their reigning 90s period.

The host, Neha Dhupia questioned the Yes Boss actor about spilling some beans from her past. Neha asked Juhi, “Your most bitter-rivalry was with which star?”


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Obviously the sweet-natured actor, she was quite hesitant about answering this one. Hence, Dhupia decided to tone it a little further.


She later changed the word ‘bitter rivalry’ to ‘healthy competition’. After the change, Juhi smiled and quipped ‘Madhuri Dixit’. Well, this answer definitely deserves an award for its honesty!




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COMMENTS (1)

fresh | 3 years ago | Reply Anil Kapoor and Jackie Shroff have also featured together in the lead roles in movie "Andar Baahar" released in year 1984 in which some fighting scenes also recorded between them.
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