Jaikishen Kakubhai well known as Jackie Shroff, who worked in more than 207 films in ten languages (Hindi, Konkani, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu) did it one more time. He proved that skills do not need any platform. Yes! this time it is the short film KHUJLI.

On March 31, 2017, Terribly Tiny Talkies published a new short film on Youtube named as KHUJLI. Do you want to know more interesting facts about it? Why it became so famous in just one day? Let’s find out.

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KHUJLI a TTT short film Jackie Shroff and Neena Gupta

KHUJLI Cast

Jackie Shroff who made his acting debut in Dev Anand’s movie, Swami Dada and Subhash Ghai cast him in lead role for the blockbuster movie, Hero, paired against Meenakshi Seshadri, is leading in this short film. Neena Gupta who won the 1994 National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for Woh Chokri is in the lead role.

  1. Jackie Shroff as Girdharilal
  2. Neena Gupta as Roopmati
  3. Rani Patwar as the old lady
  4. Archak Chhabra as Girdharilal’s son

KHUJLI Plot

Girdharilal is struggling with his Khujli (itching) problem. While searching in his son’s room, Girdharilal finds Handcuff used by BDSM. What happens when Girdharilal and Roopmati decide to scratch a 25-year-old itch? Secret desires come out, hidden fantasies are revealed, long-lost fire is rekindled, and things can’t help but get a little…kinky.

 

KHUJLI Crew

  1. Writer and Director: Sonam Nair
  2. Producer: Chintan Ruparel, Anuj Gosalia

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KHUJLI Review

The shot film is already viral over the internet. Social media has appreciated the skills of Jackie and Neena. Dialogues are funny and awesome. The screenplay has been done fantastically. At the end, you will feel both funny and erotic. Many middle-class old couples forget about their desires to fulfill in their young age due to overburdened with family responsibilities. KHUJLI gives them one opportunity to re-think their desires.

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