Helmed by Laurens C Postma, the movie is an official remake of the Dutch film, The Interview
In a recent chat with Bollywood Hungama, actor Jackie Shroff opened up about the embarrassment in playing intimate scenes. Jackie, who plays a major role in the upcoming movie The Interview: Night of 26/11, also added he got flustered while doing the scenes, yet he did them being an actor.
Helmed by Laurens C Postma, the movie is an official remake of the Dutch film, The Interview. Jackie plays the role of a journalist in the movie, who interviews a Bollywood star. Soon he realises that there is more about her to be concerned of.
About the scenes, the actor further said that with many people watching him on the camera, right from the assistant to the film’s crew to the entire world, it was not easy to pull off. Though he was embarrassed, the job of the actor is to make the scenes look convincing according to the character’s demand, added the actor.
Jackie had multiple projects this year, including Prabhudeva’s Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. Alongside Salman Khan and Disha Patani, he played the role of a police officer in the movie. He was also seen in Hello Charlie, with Aadar Jain. Jackie made his digital debut, too, this year with the show, OK Computer, which premiered on Disney+Hotstar. Besides that, he also appeared as a special guest on Dance Deewane 3, with Suniel Shetty.
He is going to star next in Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi alongside Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif.