Checkout the first look of Jackie Shroff from Rajinikanth's upcoming 'Jailer'

    This will be the second time the duo will share the big screen.



    We finally get our first look at Jackie Shroff from the upcoming Rajinikanth mass-action movie Jailer . Jackie Shroff's look is similar to Bane's in the flashback sequences from The Dark Knight Rises.

    Since Jailer will be set inside a prison and Rajinikanth will be playing the role of its warden Muthuvel Pandian, Jackie Shroff could be playing the role of the villain in the movie.

    This will be the second time Rajinikanth and Jackie Shroff will be working together after the 1987 Bollywood movie 'Uttar Dakshin'.

    Uttar Dakshin was directed by Prabhat Khanna and starred Rajinikanth, Jackie Shroff, Madhuri Dixit, Bharati, and Anupam Kher.

    The movie also cast Kannada superstar Shiva Rajkumar in a major role, marking the first time the actor will be sharing the screen with Rajinikanth and his Tamil debut.

    Jailer will be the first time Rajinikanth will be working with director Nelson, The director's last movie was the Beast which starred Vijay in the lead role.

    The release of Jailer was pushed back recently to avoid clashing at the box office with director Mani Ratnam's magnum opus Pooniyen Selvam 2.

    Recently the director Nelson roped in Malayalam superstar Mohanlal for a cameo in the movie. The movie was announced by Sun Pictures in February and production officially started in July with shooting taking place in Chennai, Hyderabad, and Coimbatore.

    The movie has an ensemble cast that includes Shiva Rajkumar, Ramya Krishnan, Vasanth Ravi, Yogi Babu, and Vinayakan.

    The music for the movie is composed by Anirudh, making it his third collaboration with Rajinikanth, after Petta and Darbar. Cinematography is handled by Vijay Kartik Kannan and R. Nirmal is in charge of the editing.

    Jackie Shroff

    Plot details about the movie still remain under wraps but we are sure to know more details once the first trailer for the movie drops.

    Jailer will be dubbed in all major Indian languages and is expected to hit theaters worldwide in August of 2023.