Jitendra is considered to be the evergreen actor of Bollywood. There was a time when the magic of this actor used to work on the big screen. He has given many great films to Bollywood in his time.
Presently he is not active in films. Now information is coming out that he will be seen in the second season of his daughter and producer Ekta Kapoor’s web series ‘Apharan: Sabka Katega’.
It is being told that he will play a cameo role in this series.
Ekta gave information on social media
Ekta has informed about her father Jitendra’s involvement in this series on her official Instagram handle. Sharing the picture of his father, he has told the fans that Jitendra will be seen in the upcoming season of ‘Apharan: Sabka Katega’.
In this picture, Jitendra is seen in a cream-coloured jacket and white T-shirt. In this post, fans are wishing actor Jitendra all the best for this project.
See Ekta’s Instagram post here
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Fans reacted on social media
Many people have expressed their happiness on social networking sites to see this actor in a new avatar. Many artists have also congratulated Jitendra on social media.
Commenting on Ekta’s post, actor Siddhant Kapoor wrote, ‘Wow! It would be wonderful to see him again on screen. A fan wrote on social media, ‘Good luck, sir. Can’t wait to see him in ‘Apharan’.
‘Apharan’ was released in 2018
Jeetendra took everyone by surprise with his cameo role in the series ‘Baarish’ released last year. After a long time, he appeared on the screen while acting. Now it has to be seen how Jitendra’s character in ‘Apaharan 2’. The first instalment of this web series, ‘Apharan’, was released in 2018. It starred Arunoday Singh, Mahi Gill, Nidhi Singh and Varun Badola in the lead roles.
Such was the film journey of Jitendra
Jitendra has acted in superb films like ‘Farz’, ‘Humjoli’, ‘Parichay’, ‘Khushboo’, ‘Priyamma’, ‘Dharam Veer’ and ‘Tohfa’. Jitendra gained a lot of popularity with the film ‘Aadmi Toy Hai’ in 1993. Actor Govind was also seen in this film.
Jitendra enthralled the audience with his dance and fashion on songs like ‘Nano Mein Sapna’, ‘Taki O Taki’ and ‘Dhal Gaya Din’. He was named Jumping Jack because of his dance.