The good looking son of Jackie Shroff was shivering with tremendous nervousness while shooting a scene in which he had to play the flute. Read on to know why the young lad was so scared….
It’s not easy being a star kid. Such are the expectations of living up to the benchmark-if not exactly surpassing it-set by your parent star, that debut movies almost always bogged down star kids who are expecting their first break into the industry. Jackie Shorff’s son Tiger, in comparison, looks much more relaxed and at absolute ease in his debut movie Heropanti that will hit the screens on 23 May.
But Tiger maintains that even had his share of anxiety to become the character for which the lad had to do a lot of training. “I am very shy and reserved in real life, so to become this romantic person for the movie it required tremendous efforts. I had to do lots of workshops, look-tests and photo-shoots to be at ease in front of the camera. Also there was a sequence in which I was required to play the flute. I had to play the same tune my father played 30 years back in his debut movie Hero. So while filming that part I was shivering so badly. But later we managed to pull it off,” recounts Tiger.
Watch the video to get the whole story from the horse’s..err Tiger’s mouth!