Yes, Shraddha Kapoor would have a special appearance in Remo D'souza directorial movie, A Flying Jatt.
Shraddha Kapoor, would have a cameo role in Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez starrer A Flying Jatt. The movie, is directed by Remo D'souza.
A Flying Jatt
Since Remo D'souza and Shraddha Kapoor are in good terms with each other, she happily agreed to be a part of the super hero film.
A Busy 2016
Shraddha Kapoor, has a lot of roles in hand for 2016. The actress would be seen in Rock On 2, Baaghi, Half Girlfriend, Karan Johar's next and a cameo in A Flying Jatt.
Shraddha Kapoor, says she feels nervous and pressurized as she has so many movies in the pipeline, but we're sure the actress will pull it off and make all the movies a superhit.
Tiger Shroff, is super busy shooting for his upcoming films, A Flying Jatt and Baaghi. The actor, would showcase a lot of stunt scenes in both the movies and entertain the audiences.
The Heropanti debutante, Tiger Shroff is paired opposite Jacqueline Fernandez in, A Flying Jatt and for the movie Baaghi, Tiger would be seen romancing Shraddha Kapoor.
The director of A Flying Jatt, Remo D'souza was quoted as saying,
"I'm happy to have my lucky mascot back but it's not a singing-dancing part. Shraddha and I share a close bond. I asked her to do the part just last week and she agreed immediately."
It's good to see that Remo D'souza and Shraddha Kapoor have a very good understanding, and work with each other with so much co-operation.
Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez starrer, A Flying Jatt, is a superhero movie and the slogan of the film reads as, 'Hope Has A New Name'.
Remo D'souza directorial movie, A Flying Jatt, starring Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez is slated to hit the theatres, mid-2016.
Bollywood Superhero Movies
Bollywood, has a very few superhero movies such as Krrish, Ra.One and A Flying Jatt, would add on to the list of superhero movies. Hrithik Roshan's Krrish franchise did well at the box office, but Shahrukh Khan starrer Ra.One was a huge disappointment and a flop.
We're sure, Tiger Shroff's A Flying Jatt, would do really well at the box office.