Jackie Shroff took to his Instagram handle to share some adorable throwback photos of his darling daughter Krishna Shroff as he wished her on her birthday today.
Check out his post here:

One of the photos he shared was from Krishna’s childhood days and another from her grown up days. He captioned the photos, ‘Love you (infinity and heart emoji) @kishnushroff #HappyBirthday’.

As soon as he shared the post, likes and comments poured in from all sides. Suniel Shetty took to the comment section and wrote, ‘Happy happy birthday kishu’, followed by a red heart emoji. Sangeeta Bijlani also wrote, ‘Happy birthday to Kishu’. His fans also wished the star daughter on her special day.

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Jackie recently celebrated 40 glorious years of his iconic film, ‘Hero’. Jackie Shroff expresses interest in a sequel and envisions his son, Tiger Shroff, in the lead role. Reflecting on the milestone, Jackie also appreciates director Subhash Ghai for his pivotal role in making him an established star.
Thinking about the timeless cult status of ‘Hero,’ Jackie Shroff is keen on a remake and imagines his son, Tiger Shroff, playing the lead role. Jackie admires Tiger’s patience and believes he is well-suited for the iconic character. Hoping to witness Tiger continuing the legacy, Jackie looks forward to the same immense love for his son in a remake of the cherished film.

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