Jassa is proud to announce that his self-penned directorial debut Heart's Ease is in pre-production.Read More
Jassa features on the cover of Pukaar Magazine's 21st edition.Read More
Wipers was named Best Stage Production at the Asian Media Awards 2016. Jassa starred in the world premiere of the play earlier this year...Read More
Jassa has recently wrapped principal photography on a groundbreaking video game that will accompany War for the Planet of the Apes...Read More
Building on this widespread festival programme, a global distribution deal for the film with Netflix has been announced...Read More
After a sell-out run at Vault Festival 2016 and winning "Pick of the Year", Skin A Cat returns as the inaugural show at brand new theatre The Bunker...Read More
Jassa stars as ex-boyfriend Greg, "a walking, talking reminder of how much better she can do." Greg is a douchebag...Read More
The Rezort is set to premiere in England this weekend at Horror Channel FrightFest. (Read More)Read More
Critically acclaimed ITV drama series Unforgotten starring Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar returns... (Read More)Read More
Wipers is inspired by the true story of Khuddadad Khan, the first South Asian soldier to... (Read More)Read More
Jassa was in attendance last night at the InStyle EE BAFTA Rising Star Party 2016... (Read More)Read More
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ITV has confirmed that a second series of the six-part crime drama Unforgotten has been commissioned... (Read More)Read More
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Jassa is set to appear in the second series of Legends in a Russian speaking role... (Read More)Read More
Jassa joined director Mo Ali and National Youth Film Festival award-winning filmmaker Agi K at the International Youth Arts Festival... (Read More)Read More
Jassa attended the opening night gala of the East End Film Festival last night. The event at the acclaimed independent cinema Genesis marks the beginning of twelve days of film premieres, industry master classes and free screenings in venues across East London.
The opening night film was One Crazy Thing, directed by fellow Leicesterian Amit Gupta. Starring Ray Panthaki and Daisy Bevan, the heartwarming romantic comedy was praised as an insightful commentary on modern life in London and the hollow satisfactions of fame.
Other festival highlights include Panic, starring Jassa’s The Whale co-starDavid Gyasi (Interstellar, Cloud Atlas). This feature debut from director Sean Spencer is a blistering neo-noir tale of redemption and a cutting commentary on urban isolation.