Mumbai, Nov. 13 -- Ever since he made his Bollywood debut, Tiger Shroff made news for his dancing skills. Soon after his launch, he even went on to record a video that paid tribute to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller', in which the actor danced to the singer's iconic track.
Choreographer turned- director Remo D'Souza was one of the many people in the industry who watched that video and was impressed with Tiger's moves. Soon after, rumours suggested that Remo was all set to rope Tiger in for his next film - a sequel to the dance hit, ABCD: Any Body Can Dance (2013).
There were reports that Remo had already cast Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor for the lead roles when he decided he wanted Tiger to be part of the film also. So, he had to make significant changes to the script to accommodate a new character for him.
And apparently, Tiger was supposed to play Varun's competitor in the film. But when we contacted Remo, the director denied the buzz altogether, saying, "This is not true at all; this is all rubbish."
However, that doesn't mean the two will not work together soon. They both have been signed by Ekta Kapoor's production house for an upcoming project. As of now, Tiger is preparing for his next film with director Sabbir Khan, who also helmed the actor's debut movie, Heropanti.