Jackie Shroff turns traffic cop and clears jam on busy Lucknow street; video goes viral
Having been stuck in an unrelenting jam in Lucknow, Jackie Shroff got out of his vehicle to play traffic cop and began to direct traffic movement on the street.
On a busy weekend in Lucknow, Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff was seen clearing the traffic of the jammed roads in the city.
Having been stuck in an unrelenting jam near Rumi Gate in the famed city of Nawabs, the veteran actor got out of his vehicle to play traffic cop and began to direct traffic movement on the street. The video subsequently went viral
Lucknow Traffic Control... pic.twitter.com/axCnD3DYQy
— Jackie Shroff (@bindasbhidu) July 22, 2018
He later shared a video of the incident on Twitter and Instagram, with many applauding his actions.
That's the real dada,, from the front... Nice. Thanks — Vijay 39 (@Vijay3739) July 22, 2018
— DJ Akhil Talreja (@djakhiltalreja) July 22, 2018
DO TEEN vehicles KA challan BHI PHAD DETHE BHIDU..... KHARCHA PANI NIKAL JATA — Nk kataria (@24nareshkataria) July 22, 2018
With several films in the pipeline, Jackie is currently living one of the busiest phases of his career. He was recently seen in Phamous alongside Pankaj Tripathi, Jimmy Shergill, Kay Kay Menon and Mahi Gill.
He'll soon be seen in Life is Good, which also stars Suneeta Sengupta, Darshan Jariwala and Mohan Kapur. It delves into a subject which explores the relationship between Jackie's character and a six-year-old girl who suddenly comes into his life and ends up changing his outlook towards everything.
He has also been roped in for the Indian adaptation of the British television drama series Criminal Justice, which will be helmed by Tigmanshu Dhulia.
(With inputs from Indo-Asian News Service)
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