Tiger Shroff’s post-debut film Baaghi has opened to an inviting gathering of people. The film’s young driving man is being applauded for his activity scenes and moving. On Friday night Tiger slipped into Mumbai’s massy single-theater Gaiety to gage the gatherings of people’s reaction.
What Tiger Shroff saw left him dumbfounded. Says the thankful performer, “I went in mask, half-trusting in any event some would remember me. Fortunately I was so all around camouflaged that no one remembered me. My heart was hustling like a speeding auto. I haven’t heard this much shrieking in the theater since my melody and move ‘Shriek Bajaa’ in my introduction film Heropanti.”
Audiences are comparing his dancing and action scenes to Hrithik Roshan. Tiger’s senior Riteish Deshmukh has labeled him the Van Damme of India.
Tiger can’t stop being grateful. “To be compared with Hrithik Sir is the biggest compliment ever. But I cannot accept it. There can only be one Hrithik Roshan. As for Riteish Sir’s compliment he is just being too too kind. I honestly didn’t expect so much love. But we did work very hard. So I am just relieved the audience has appreciated our effort.”
A few days before the release of Baaghi an interview where Tiger Shroff was quoted making reactionary statements on the kind of woman he’d like to marry, threatened to mar his film’s success. But all is well.
“To be very honest, the whole thing was blown out of proportions. I can never disrespect women. I am incapable of being rude, sarcastic or condescending about any human being. I can never play a character who disrespects women…..
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