Mumbai, Oct. 24 -- Their last outing together was Eklavya: The Royal Guard (2007). Now, after more than seven years, actor Jackie Shroff and film-maker Vidhu Vinod Chopra are apparently looking at working together in a film yet again.
"Vidhu is planning to write a film where he might reunite with Jackie. The two had an excellent track record. All the films they did together were either critically acclaimed or box-office grossers," says a source.
When contacted, Jackie confirmed the development. "I just hope it happens soon. We would like to work together because we understand each other's working styles," he says, who first worked with Chopra in Parinda (1989), followed by 1942: A Love Story (1994) and Mission Kashmir (2000).
The actor reveals that Chopra is set to devote all his attention to this project once he releases his first English language directorial film that he is currently busy with. "Once his current project hits the screens, he will start working on the new script," informs Jackie, who himself is busy with four films at the moment that are all under production.