Jackie Shroff, who will be seen next in Sarkar 3 that is directed by Ram Gopal Varma, has refused to take offence with RGV’s quite unnecessary comment on Tiger Shroff‘s Baaghi pose. To give you a little insight on what happened, on his 26th birthday, Ram Gopal Varma posted a couple of tweets wishing Tiger Shroff on his birthday, but in his typical sarcastic style, his wish had a catch too. In his tweets, he berated Tiger for not being manly enough like his father, Jackie, and stop posing like Urmila Matondkar.

This was in reference to the still from Baaghi where Tiger is seen coming out of the ocean without his shirt on. While the girls may find it hot, RGV found it gay-ish. He later tried to defend the tweets, saying he was tweeting more like a fan and that Tiger’s parents shouldn’t take offence. Well, buddy, you must have heard of WhatsApp if you really want to give your personal opinion to someone close to you, instead of putting it up on a public platform.

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Well, so when Jackie was asked about his take on the whole issue by Times Now, he replied, “He spoke about my son but that doesn’t mean I will go and fight with him.” Perhaps, Jackie already has an idea on how eccentric a person Ram Gopal Varma is in real life, and doesn’t want to drag the issue any further. A phone call might have sufficed it all.

He also spoke about the recent controversy RGV landed himself in on Women’s Day when he tweeted, “I wish all the women in the world give men as much happiness as Sunny Leone gives.”. Jackie Shroff has this to say about the tweet, “He is a big boy. He knows what he is talking about. But I will not say such a thing about a lady. It’s his thinking.”

Well, not everyone is as cool-headed as Jaggu Dada. Hope RGV remembers that!

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Jackie Shroff refused to take offence with RGV's quite unnecessary comment on Tiger Shroff's Baaghi pose
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