Tiger Shroff

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Tiger Shroff is son of Indian film actor Jackie Shroff. He is making debut with Sajid Nadiadwala's upcoming film Heropanti opposite to Kriti Sanon.

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Every year in Bollywood brings with it the promise and the excitement of new films and new faces.
Tiger Shroff shoots exclusively for HT Café, as we get him talking about his upcoming Bollywood debut this year, on competition, and having “big shoes to fill”.
Tiger Shroff, who will perhaps be seen doing a lot of action sequences in his debut film, has apparently been training hard to be an action hero.
The haunting background tune from the 1983 hit, Hero, which starred Jackie Shroff, continues to be popular even today. A melody played on the flute, it went on to feature in many modern-day compositions as well.
Actor Jackie Shroff's son Tiger is all set make his Bollywood debut with Heropanti and says he will be happy if he is able to do only half of what his father has attained.
His dancing prowess is being talked about quite a bit post the launch of his first song in an upcoming film. And debutant Tiger Shroff is all set to show off his moves in front of a live audience on International Dance Day (April 29).
Attempts to pull down Tiger Shroff, son of Ayesha and actor Jackie Shroff, have left his family unperturbed, if not downright amused.
"I have really red lips so they say I wear lipstick; they say my dance is very feminine and a lot of people think I look like a girl. But that’s fine," says the 24-year-old. He has been getting a lot of criticism online for his looks, ahead of his big debut.
Bollywood filmmakers have decided to steer clear of releasing their films on coming Friday, May 16, the day the country will be hooked to the television screens to keep a tab on the results of the 16th Lok Sabha polls.
His name caused a bit of a stir when he first came on the scene, and it spawned a few jokes as well. Now, Tiger Shroff seems to be giving everyone more scope for humour and puns.

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