Jabariya Jodi: Javed Jaffrey to play Sidharth's Father
Produced by Ekta Kapoor and Shailesh R Singh, the storyline is based in Bihar where Sidharth Malhotra plays a man who has made a business of abducting grooms with Parineeti Chopra as his childhood love

The shooting for Jabariya Jodi starring Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra has started this month. Javed Jaffrey who joined the crew recently and is coming back to big screen after 2 years will play the role of Sidharth’s father in the film.

Sharing details about his character, Javed shares, "My character in the film is that of a bad-ass gangster from Bihar. It's a very interesting, real, raw and fun character which adds a great dimension to the story."

The film is produced by Ekta Kapoor and Shailesh R Singh, the story follows the couple in Bihar who do the business of abducting grooms. Sidharth is playing the role of small-town Bihari and Parineeti’s character on the other hand is highly influenced by the west but stuck in Patna. 

Debutant director Prashant Singh who is helming the project recently revealed that the unusual romantic-drama grew from a one-line idea suggested by Sanjeev Jha, who co-wrote the script with Raj Shandilya.

Coax the actor if he had any apprehension in playing the role of a father on the big screen he shares, " There was no apprehension while deciding to play a father's role on the big screen as I believe it's time to reinvent and present a diverse, fresh outlook. "

The makers are aiming to wrap up the shoot in Lucknow by October-November. And will shot for some portions in Patna. When asked about collaborating and working with Sidharth Malhotra, Javed shares, "Working with Sid has been a wonderful experience. He has got a great personality and I was surprised to see him getting into the skin of his character so well. We share a unique father-son chemistry in the movie. The director, Prashant Singh has left no stone unturned to make this film into a full-on entertainer and it will be a treat for the audiences to watch."

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