Jackie Shroff Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Jackie Shroff  Wiki and Biography: Jackie Shroff, whose real name is Jaikishan Kakubhai Shroff and who was born on February 1, 1957, is a well-known Indian actor and former model. As of the year 2020, he would have appeared in over 220 films in 13 different languages during his four decades in the Bollywood industry.

Jackie Shroff

Jackie Shroff Wiki: Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Real Name Jai Kishan
Nick Name Jagga, Jaggu dada
Profession Actor
Famous For Movies
Wife Name Ayesha Shroff
Physical Status
Age 65 Years
Height 6Feet 1 Inch
Weight 74 Kgs
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Salt & Pepper
Personal Information
Date of Birth 1 February 1957
Birth Place Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Nationality Indian
School Name NA
College Name NA
Qualifications 11th Standard
Family Profile NA
Father Name Kakabhai Haribhai Shroff
Mother Name Rita Shroff
Siblings  Hemant Shroff
Career Actor
Source of Income Movies, Commercials, TV Shows
Appeared In Movies, Commercials, TV Shows
Net Worth Salary 189 Crores+(Approx.)

Jackie Shroff  Biography

Jackie Shroff  Education

Jackie Shroff studies 11th standard, during the school time He used to be a child model for various companies, including Savage Perfumes. One of Shroff’s classmates named him Jackie, and when he made his film debut in Subhash Ghai’s Hero, the director kept the name, Shroff goes back to Teen Batti, where he grew up, quite often. On her birthday, June 5, 1987, Shroff wed his longtime fiancée, the former model and current film producer Ayesha Dutt. Together, they’ve established Jackie Shroff Entertainment Limited, a media company. From the time of Sony TV’s inception until 2012, when they sold their shares, they owned a combined 10% of the company. Bollywood actor Tiger Shroff is their son, while actress Krishna Shroff is their daughter.

Jackie Shroff  Early Life

Jaikishan Kakubhai Shroff, better known as Jackie Shroff, was born in Bombay  in India. Kakubhai Haribhai Shroff was born to a Gujarati father and a Turkmen mother who fled the then-Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic (Kazakh SSR) under the Russian Soviet Union during a coup.  His maternal grandmother and her seven daughters fled to Ladakh from Kazakhstan during a coup, as described in paragraph . They initially settled in Delhi, but then moved to Mumbai. His father belonged to a long line of Gujarati tradesmen. But they lost everything in the stock market, so his father left when he was only 17 years old. His parents wed when they were teenagers; he was the son of the younger of the two. 

Jackie Shroff  Career

Jackie Shroff left school after completing the 11th grade since his family could not afford to keep him there. As a result of his lack of experience, he was turned down for positions as an apprentice cook at Taj Hotels and a flight attendant at Air India. Near Jehangir Art Gallery,  he began working as a travel agent for a company he found through a friend. An accountant at an advertising firm saw him waiting for the bus and approached him to see if he was interested in modelling. After rescheduling the photo shoot for the following day, Shroff spent his lunch hour at the advertising agency (National advertising agency) that shares space with Davar’s college near Flora Fountain. Shroff’s modelling career began with a photo session for a suit shirt.

Jackie Shroff made his acting debut in the 1982 film Swami Dada, directed by Dev Anand. Subhash Ghai used him as the main character opposite Meenakshi Sheshadri in the movie Hero, released in 1983. The movie was highly praised by critics and audiences alike, and it ended up being one of 1983’s highest-grossing films. By the time of Hero, both Shroff and Seshadri were bona fide A-listers.  He kept taking whatever parts came his way in Subhash Ghai films. As well as Hero, he also appeared in films like Andar Baahar. Both Jaanoo and Yudh achieved their goals. His 1986 film Karma was the year’s biggest moneymaker. The movie Kaash was his subsequent offering. Dahleez and Sachché Ká Bol-Bálá, two later films, received rave reviews but bombed at the box office. On the other hand, he was able to regain his fame with films like Ram Lakhan, Tridev, and Parinda, for which he was awarded the filmfare for best actor. Many popular films from the 1990s featured him, including Saudagar, Angaar, Sapne Sajan Ke, Gardish, Khalnayak, 1942: A Love Story, Rangeela, Agnisakshi, Border, and Shapath.

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