Jackie Shroff is one such artist of the 80s, who not only created history in his career but has also given new heights to Hindi cinema. Now he may be about to step into his 65th year of age, but his dominance among the people is evergreen. However, to reach this height, he had to stand in the toilet line and wait for hours. The story of Jackie Shroff's career is no less than the story of a movie. The way Jackie found her place in movies by rising above the era of poverty and hardship, she really achieved a new example. Before emerging as an actor, he lived his life in a chawl.
The actor himself had told in an interview that due to the public bathroom in the chawl, Jackie had to wait in line for her turn to use the toilet. By then he had started making his mark in Bollywood with Movie Hero. In such a situation, he used to get the benefit of being a star only sometimes that people used to give him an opportunity to be ahead in the line because he had to go on shooting. He used to request people to let them use the bathroom early, otherwise they might be late.
Significantly, Jackie, who started his film journey with Hero in 1983, has spent more than 38 years in the industry. Meanwhile, he has worked in about 220 films, including 'Karma', 'Khalnayak', 'Ram Lakhan', 'Saudagar', 'Border'. Movies like 'Rangeela' are included.